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INDEX  OF  PATENTS 


ISSUED  FROM 


THE  UNITED  STATES 
PATENT  OFFICE 


1922 


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INDEX  OF  PATENTS 


ISSUED  FROM 


THE  UNITED  STATES 
PATENT  OFFICE 


1922 


WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT  PRINTING  OFFICE 

1923 


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DECISIONS  PRINTED  IN  THE  OFFICIAL  GAZETTE  IN  1922. 


Ahlteen.     Ex  parte.     304  O.  G.,  447. 

Anderson  v.  Symons.     303  O.  G.,  624. 

Associated  Mortgage  Investors,  Inc.    Ex  parte.    295  O.  Or., 

227.   . 
Automatic  Pencil  Sharpener  Co.  v.  Boston  Pencil  Pointer 

Co.     299  O.   G.,  659. 
Baumgardner  v.  Hudson.     296  O.  G.,  837. 
Baus  v.  Copony.     296  O.  G.,  219. 
Belber  Trunk  &  Bag  Co.  v.  Bag  Corporation.     304  O.  G., 

831. 
Bijur  v.  Kennington.     295  O.  G.,  887. 
Borger.     In  re.     296  O.  G.,  457. 
Boston  Pencil  Pointer  Co.  v.  Automatic  Pencil  Sharpener 

Co.     297  O.  G.,  398. 
Bungay  v.  Grey.     305  O.  G.,  207. 
Carroll.     In  re.     297  O.   G.,   189. 
Chalman  v.  De  Voe.     303  O.  G.,  623. 
Chessin  v.  Klahn.     305  O.  G.,  833. 
Clark  v.  Buffum.     296  O.   G.,  456. 
Clement  v.  McQuarrie  and  Bullard.     298  O.  G.,  1081. 
Condron  Co.  v.  Corrugated  Bar  Co.    300  O.  G.,  616. 
Currier  v.  Slough.     305  O.  G.,  419. 
Deco   Co.,   The,  v.   The   Dayton    Ignition   Company.      301 

O.  G.,  631.' 
Dosenbach  v.  Webster.     302  O.  G.,  595. 
Doulett  v.  Muther.     Doulett  v.  .Glines.     Deitsch  v.  Doulett. 

Glines  v.  Doulett.    Deitsch  v.  Wales.    Deitsch  v.  Smith. 

299  O.  G.,   869. 

Dowell  v.  Doman.  .  300  O.  G.,  815. 

Dunbar.     Ex  parte.     300  O.  G.,  201. 

Eberle  et  al.  v.  Stix,  Baer  &  Fuller  Dry  Goods  Co.  et  al. 

301  O.  G.,  184. 
Eldred  v.  Pink  and  Yunck.     Yunck  v.  Eldred  and  Pink. 

300  O.  G.,  201. 

Ellis,  Jeffery,  and  Maddocks.     Ex  parte.     301  O.  G.,  845. 

Fesenmeier.    Ex  parte.     302  O.  G.,  199. 

Fore  Electrical  Mfg.  Co.  et  al.  v.  St.  Louis  Electrical 
Works  et  al.     302  O.  G.,  780. 

Glafcke.     In  re.     296  O.  G.,  647. 

Goodrum  v.  Clement.  Goodrum  v.  Webster  and  Clement. 
Webster  v.  Clement  and  Goodrum.  Webster  v.  Clement. 
304  O.  G.,  623. 

Gray  v.  McAfee.     300  O.  G.,  815. 

Hammond  and  Hammond.     Ex  parte.     301  O.  G.,  1051. 

Hand  and  Wygant  v.  Van  Berkel.  305  O.  G.,  420. 

Haskell.     In  re.     298  O.  G.,  1082. 

Hellmund.     Ex  parte.     303  O.  G.,  397. 

Hernandez-Mejia  v.  Kelley.     298  O.  G.,  181. 

Higinbotham.     Ex  parte.     304  O.  G.,  231. 

Huntington  v.  Brown.     297  O.  G.,  189. 

Inderrieden  Canning  Co.     In  re.    295  O.  G.,  887. 

Ironsides  Company,  The.  v.  The  Citizens  Wholesale  Sup- 
ply Company.     297  O.  G.,  589. 

Jessurun  v.  Peerless  Light  Co.     302  O.  G.,  200. 

Keller.     Ex  parte.     298  O.  G.,  867. 

Keller.     In  re.     298  O.  G.,  867. 

Klauer  v.  Western  Metal  Specialty  Co.  et  al.  297  O.  G., 
189. 

Knudsen.     In  re.     296  O.   G.,  839. 

Krank  Mfg.  Co.,  A.  J.,  v.  Pabst  et  al.     297  O.  G.,  587. 

Kusterer.     Ex  parte.     298  O.  G.,  641. 


Laclede-Christy  Clay  Products  Co.  v.  City  of  St.  Louis. 

301  O.  G.,  389. 
Leonard  v.  Everett.     304  O.  G.,  232. 

Lilly  &  Co.,  Eli,  v.  Wm.  K.  Warner  &  Co.     294  O.  G.,  803. 
Lindau  v.  Smulski.     302  O.  G.,  779. 
Locomotive    Stoker   Co.   v.    Mechanical    Const.    Co.      299 

O.   G.,  233. 
Long,  Jr.,  Company,  Chas.  R.     In  re.    303  O.  G.,  398. 
Lorillard  Company,  P.,  v.  Beech-Nut  Packing  Company. 

297  O.  G.,   799. 
Macy  &  Co.  Inc.,  R.  H.,  v.  The  Macey  Company,  Inc.    295 

O.  G.,  463. 
Mcllhenny  Company  v.  Trappey.     297  O.  G.,  800. 
Mcllhenny's  Son,  E.,  v.  B.  F.  Trappey  &  Sons.     299  O.  G., 

461. 
Mclntyre  v.  Naiman.     303  O.  G.,  177. 
Miller.     Ex  parte.     305  O.  G.,  419. 

Minnesota  &  Ontario  Paper  Co.  v.  Eibel.     294  O.  G.,  437. 
Mummert.     In  re.     298  O.  G..  414. 
Nathan,  Jr.     In  re.     301  O.  G.,  183. 
O'Sullivan  Rubber  Co.,  Inc.,  v.  Genuine  Rubber  Co.  et  al. 

301  O.  G.,  631. 
Overmire  and  Flynn  v.  Fahrenwald.     297  O.  G.,  397. 
Pacific  States  Electric  Co.  v.  Wright.     298  O.  G.,  413. 
Paris,  Jr.,  v.  Burke.     303  O.  G.,  852. 
Plumly.     In  re.     302  O.  G.,  597. 
Power.     In  re.     302  O.  G.,  780,  and  303  O.  G.,  400. 
Prescott  and  Rummler.     In  re.     301  O.  G.,  389. 
Quaker  City  Chocolate  and  Confectionery  Company,  Inc., 

v.  Kernan.     297  O.  G.,  590. 
Rajah  Auto  Supply  Co.  v.  Belvidere  Screw  &  Machine  Co. 

et  al.     294  O.  G.,  993. 
Rogers  and  Ball  v.  Aikman.     297  O.  G.,  800. 
Ruth  v.  Groch.     296  O.  G.,  839. 
Schollenberger.     In  re.     300  O.  G.,  615. 
Scott  v.  Longtin  et  al.     304  O.  G.,  233. 
Scott  Paper  Company.     Ex  parte.     297  O.  G.,  587. 
Sherman  v.  Hagemann.     301  O.  G.,  1052. 
Shoemaker  and  Bruck  v.  Huntington.    296  O.  G.,  455. 
Skinner  v.  Swartwout.     303  O.  G.,  851. 
Slivinski  v.  Lane.     295  O.  G.,  464. 
Staso  Laminated  Slate  Co.  v.  Stowell  Mfg.  Co.     301  O.  G., 

846. 
Stein  v.  Dosch.     300  O.  G.,  409. 
Sweetland.     Ex  parte.     297  O.  G.,  397. 
Tanner.     Ex  parte.     305   O.  G.,  420. 
Tauern   and  Lyon.     Ex  parte.     305   O.  G.,  207,  and  305 

O.  G.,  633. 
Thomson  Spot  Welder  Co.  v.  Ford  Motor  Co.     303  O.  G., 

1095. 
Toledo  Scale  Company.     In  re.     303  O.  G.,  399. 
Union  Tool  Co.  v.  Wilson.     302  O.  G.,  395. 
United  Shoe  Machinery  Co.  v.  L.  Q.  White  Shoe  Co.     299 

O.  G.,  459. 
Wahl  v.  Main.     303  O.  G.,   398. 
Wahl  v.  Wright.     294  O.  G.,  631. 
Webster   v.  Fish.     296  O.  G.,  455. 
Widmer  v.  Sipp.     302  O.  G.,  596. 
Williams  v.   Shirreffs.     305  O.   G.,   631. 
Wilson  et  al.  v.  Haber  Bros.,  Inc.     294  O.  G.,  231. 
Yunck  v.  Eldred  and  Fink.     300  O.  G.,  201. 


ALPHABETICAL  LIST 

OF 

PATENTEES    FOR  THE  YEAR   1922. 


[Patentees   of   Designs,    Trade-Marks,   Labels,    and   Prints,    and   parties    who    have    filed    Disclaimers   follow    this    In 
separate  indexes,  but  precede  the  Alphabetical  List  of  Inventions.] 


A.  G.  A.  Railway  Light  &  Signal  Co.  (See  Meden,  Elof 
H.,   assignor.) 

A.   P.  W.  Paper  Co.      (See  Crandell,  Willis  S.,   assignor.) 

A/S  de  Norske  Saltverker.  (See  Isaacbsen,  Isak,  as- 
signor.) 

A/S  Hiorth's  Elektriske,  Induktionsovn.  (See  Hiortb, 
Albert,  assignor.) 

A/S  Hoyangfaldene  Norsk  Aluminium  Co.  (See  Peder- 
sen.  Harald,  assignor.) 

A/S  Labrador.     (See  Me.idell.  Thor,  assignor.* 

AS  Perkussion.     (See  Brondby.  Fridtjof  N.,  assignor.) 

A/S  Separator.     (See  Holte.  Halvor.  assignor.) 

Aagaard,  Otto  W.,  Chicago,  111.  Cushion  for  telephone  re- 
ceivers.    No.  1,426,340  ;  Aug.  22. 

Aalborg,  Christian,  Wilkinsburg,  Pa.,  assignor  to  West- 
inghouse  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company.  Latching 
device.     No.  1,432,433;  Oct.  17. 

Aalborg,  Christian,  Pittsburgh,  and  A.  H.  Bakken,  Edge- 
wood  Park,  Pa.,  assignors  to  Westingbouse  Electric  & 
Manufacturing  Company.  Circuit  interrupter.  No. 
1,437,079;    Nov.    28. 

Aarup,  Hans  C,  Springfield,  111.  Air  compressor.  No. 
1,422,070;   July  11. 

Aass,  Hjalmar,  Christiania,  Norway.  Automatic  cock 
valve.     No.   1,435,7S1  ;  Nov.   14. 

Abare,  Roy,  Chazy,  N.  Y.  Slide  protractor.  No.  1,417, S78  ; 
May  30. 

Abbe.   Charles  C.      (See   Allen,   W.  A.,  and  Abbe.) 

Abbott,  Adrian  O.,  Jr.,  Detroit,  Mich.,  assignor  to  Morgan 
&  Wright.  Attachment  for  mixing  mills.  No. 
1,405,383  ;  Feb.  7. 

Abbott,  Adrian  O.,  Jr.,  Detroit.  Mich.,  assignor  to  Morgan 
&  Wright.     Gauge.     No.  1,409,907;  Mar.  21. 

Abbott,  Adrian  O.,  Jr.,  Detroit,  Mich.,  assignor  to  Mor- 
gan and  Wright.  Mold  for  heavy-truck  tire  flaps.  No. 
1.420,803;    June   27. 

Abbott,  Adrian  O.,  jr.,  Detroit,  Mich.,  assignor  to  Morgan 
&  Wright.     Mold-opening  device.     No.  1,424,791 ;  Aug.  8. 

Abbott,  Augustus,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to  The 
Universal  Device  Company.  Denver,  Colo.  Coin  count- 
ing and  wrapping  device.    No.  1,406,958  ;  Feb.  21. 

Abbott,  Augustus,  Denver,  Colo.,  assignor  to  The  Uni- 
versal Device  Company.  Coin  counting  and  wrapping 
device.    No.  1,406,959  ;  Feb.  21. 

Abbott,  Cecil  C,  Harbor  Springs,  W.  E.  Bassett  and  B.  L. 
Bassett,  assignors  of  one-fourth  to  I.  L.  Bassett,  De- 
troit,  Mich.     Fire  escape.     No.    1,419,532 ;   June   13. 

Abbott,  Cecil  C,  Harbor  Springs,  W.  E.,  B.  L.,  and  I.  L. 
Bassett,  Detroit,  Mich.  Fire  escape.  No.  1,435,366 ; 
Nov.  14. 

Abbott,  Charles  C,  Pittsfield,  Mass.,  assignor  to  General 
Electric  Company.  Heating  unit.  No.  1,432,434  ; 
Oct.   17. 

Abbott,  Charles  C,  Pittsfield.  Mass..  assignor  to  General 
Electric  Company.  Electric  terminal.  No.  1,432,435; 
Oct.    17. 

Abbott,  Chauncey  W.,  assignor  to  American  Wiremold 
Company,  Hartford,  Conn.  Carton  for  flexible  conduits. 
No.  1,431,352;   Oct.   10. 

Abbott.  Christopher  It.,  Anderson,  Ind.  Furnace  control 
mechanism.     No.   1,428.516;    Sept.    12. 

Abbott,  Daniel  A..  Greater  Capitol  Heights,  Md.  Spark- 
plug.    No.   1,429,821 ;   Sept.   19. 

Abbott,  Ezekiel  S.,  Detroit,  Micb.  Railway  crossing. 
No.   1,417,964  ;  May  30. 

Abbott,  Frank  E.,  Coalinga,  Calif.  Guard  for  nooks,. 
No.    1,411,549;   Apr.   4. 

Abbott,  Frank  E.,  Oilfields,  Calif.  Polish  for  varnished 
and  painted  surfaces.     No.  1,411,550  ;  Apr.  4. 

Abbott,   Frank  F.     (See  Schnable,  G.  L.,  and  Abbott.) 

Abbott,  Franklin  E.,  Buffalo,  assignor  to  Lackawanna 
Steel  Company.  Lackawanna,  N.  Y.  Tie  plate.  No. 
1,425,309  ;    Aug.    8. 

Abbott.  Franklin  E.,  Buffalo,  assignor  to  Lackawanna 
Steel  Companv,  Lackawanna,  N.  Y.  Tie  plate.  No. 
1.425.310;    Aug.    8. 

Abbott  Incorporated.     (See  Abbott,  William  E.,  assignor.) 

Abbott,  Incorporated.      (See  Horstkotte,  G.  A.,  assignor.) 


Abbott  Laboratories,  The.  (See  Biehn,  Joseph  F.,  as- 
signor.) 

Abbott  Laboratories.  (See  Burdick,  A.  S.,  and  Vliet, 
assignors.) 

Abbott,  Tom,  Pontyclun,  Llantrisant,  Wales.  Means  for 
mechanically  oiling  the  wheels  o£  tramway  and  like 
vehicles.     No.  1,416,668  ;  May  23. 

Abbott,  William  E.,  assignor  to  Abbott  Incorporated, 
Bend,  Oreg.    Radiator  funnel.     No.  1,420,011 ;  June  20. 

Abbott,  William  E.,  assignor  to  Abbott  Incorporated,  Bend, 
Oreg.     Washboard.     No.  1,427,048  ;  Aug.  22. 

Abe,  Seikichi,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Sleeve  holder.  No. 
1,425,434  ;  Aug.  8. 

Abegg,  Walter  A.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Socket  wrench. 
No.   1,422,067 ;  July   11. 

Abele,  Joseph  B.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Game.  No.  1,421,650  ; 
July  4. 

Abell,  Arthur,  Salem,  Mass.,  assignor  of  one-third  to  J. 
Horton,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  and  one-third  to  W.  H.  Mc- 
Sweeney,  Salem,  Mass.     Lock.     No.  1,433,591  ;  Oct.  31. 

Abell,  Harry  C.      (See  Batchelor,  Harold,   assignor.) 

Abell,  Rollin,  Milton,  Mass.  Coaster  brake.  No. 
1.413.952;  Apr.  25. 

Abell,  Rollin,  Milton,  Mass.  Liquid-fuel  motor.  No. 
1,424,705;  Aug.  1. 

Abell,  William  R.,  Marbury,  Md.  Brake.  No.  1,428,673  ; 
Sept.  12. 

Abendroth,  Elmer  T.,  De  Pere,  Wis.,  assignor  to  Hudson 
Manufacturing  Company,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Pail 
holder.     No.  1,429,917  ;  Sept.  26. 

Abendschein,  Frederick  H.,  Yonkers,  N.  Y.  Piano  action. 
No.  1,435.442  ;  Nov.  14. 

Abercromuie,  Charles  M.,  Bridgeport,  Conn.,  assignor  to 
The  Singer  Manufacturing  Company,  Elizabeth,  N.  J. 
Sewing  machine.     No.  1,424,706  ;  Aug.  1. 

Abercrombie,  James  R„  Siloam  Springs,  Ark.  Rim  re- 
ducing and  expanding  implement.  No.  1,428,674 ; 
Sept.    12. 

Abigt,  William,  Evansville,  Ind.  Hot-air  furnace.  No. 
1.431. 07S  ;   Oct.   3. 

Ablahadian,  Eleeza  C.,  Glendale,  Calif.  Chemical-labora- 
tory apparatus.     No.  1.435.367  :  Nov.  14. 

Able.  George  D.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Garment  supporter.  No. 
1,412.033  ;  Apr.  11. 

Aborn,  Edward,  East  Orange,  N.  J.  Filter  coffeepot.  No. 
1,440,047  ;  Dec.  26. 

Aborn,  George  P.,  Brookline,  Mass.,  assignor  to  Worthing- 
ton  Pump  and  Machinery  Corporation.  Engine  valve. 
No.  1,427,767  ;  Sept.  5. 

Aborn,  George  P.,  Brookline,  Mass.,  assignor  to  Worthing- 
ton  Pump  and  Machinery  Corporation.  Engine  valve. 
No.  1,435,191 ;  Nov.  14. 

Abraham,  Clinton  D.,  deceased,  by  Chester  H.  Ross,  ad- 
ministrator, assignor  to  E.  I.  du  Pont  de  Nemours  & 
Company,  Wilmington,  Del.  Material  for  mine-venti- 
lating tubing.     No.  1,432.585  ;  Oct.  17. 

Abraham.  Herbert,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  The 
Ruberoid  Company.     Shingle.     No.  1,438,571 ;  Dec.   12. 

Abraham,  Herbert,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  The  Rub- 
eroid Co.  Strip  shingle.  (Reissue.)  No.  15,280 ; 
Feb.  7. 

Abraham.  Herbert,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  The 
Ruberoid  Company.  Interlocking  shingle.  No. 
1,410,807  ;  Mar.  28. 

Abraham^  Herbert,  New  York,  N.  Y..  assignor  to  The  Rub- 
eroid Co.    Strip:shingle  cutter.    No.  1,415,758  ;  May  9. 

Abraham,  John,  Vancouver,  British  Columbia,  Canada. 
Towing  hook.     No.  1,417,222  ;  May  23. 

Abraham,  Walter  R.,  Oshkosh,  Wis.  Ice-cream-brick-cut- 
ting machine.     No.  1,436,001 ;   Nov.  21. 

Abraham  &  Straus  Inc.    (See  Blum,  Edward  C,  assignor.) 

Abrahams,  Charles,  Brooklyn,  assignor  to  J.  Abrahams, 
New  York,  N.  Y.  Depth  or  liquid-level  gauge.  No. 
1,428,570:   Sept.  12. 

Abrahams,  Jacob.      (See  Abrahams,   Charles,  assignor.) 

Abrahams,  Julius.  Melbourne,  Pa.  Making  photographic 
prints.     No.  1,410,151 ;  Mar.  21. 

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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Abrahams,  Julius,  Millbourne,  Pa.  Brush  pad.  No. 
1,484,183;    Oct.    31. 

Abrahamson,  Delia  F.,  Chicago,  111.  Knee  protector.  No. 
1,440,121  ;  Dec.  26. 

Abramcbuk,  Joseph  A.,  Rossburn,  Manitoba,  Canada. 
Sleigh  brake.     No.  1,429,995  ;  Sept.  26. 

Abraruowitz,  Joseph,  Madison,  111.  Arch  support.  No. 
1,418,048  ;    May    30. 

Abrains,  Arthur  J.,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  of  one -quarter 
to  M.  J.  Mintz,  one-quarter  to  C.  Greinert,  and  one- 
quarter  to  W.  Engels,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Music  score 
for  motion  pictures.     No.   1,409,351  ;  Mar.  14. 

Abrams,  Isaac,  Jersey  Cily,  N.  J.  Vest,  jacket,  and  the 
like.      No.    1,421,131  ;   June   27. 

ADrams,  John  M.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Resilient  tire.  No. 
1,401,948;  Jan.  3. 

Abrams,  John  M.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Screw  cap.  No. 
1.421,885  ;  July  4. 

Abramsen,  Petter  B.,  Dormont,  Pa.  Mechanical  doubler 
for  sheet  and   tin  plates.     No.   1,434,470  ;   Nov.   7. 

Abramson,  Louis  A.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Closure  for  door- 
ways.    No.   1,415,854  ;  May   16. 

Abramson,  Nathan,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Electric  time  switch. 
No.    1,420,902 ;    June    27. 

Abrasive  Company.  (See  Brockbank,  Clarence  J.,  as- 
signor.) 

Abrell,  Charles,  Redding,  Calif.  Tableware.  No.  1,406,135  ; 
Feb.  7. 

Abt,  Hugo  A.  F.,  Chicago,  111.  Bascule  bridge.  No. 
1,412,327  ;  Apr.  11. 

Abt,  Hugo  A.  F.,  Chicago,  111.  Bascule  bridge.  No. 
1,412,328;  Apr.  11. 

Academy  Club  Toy  Making.  (See  Stewart,  D.N.,  and  Wil- 
liams, assignors.) 

Accessories  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Bramming, 
Carl,  assignor.) 

Accles,  James  G.,  Birmingham,  England.  Pistol  such  as 
is  used  for  slaughtering  purposes.  No.  1,435,573  ;  Nov.  14. 

Ace  Magneto  Company,  The.  (See  Putt,  Harlie  O.,  as- 
signor.) 

Acer,  Herbert  A.,  Medina,  N.  Y.  Furnace  pipe.  No. 
1,429,822  ;  Sept.  19. 

Achelpohl,  John  W.  (See  Hammond,  H.  D.,  Achelpohl, 
and  Leslie.) 

Achenbach,  Lewis  H.,  Pottsville,  Pa.  Bee  feeder.  No. 
1,426,701 ;  Aug.  22. 

Acheson  Corporation.    (See  Acheson,  George  W.,  assignor.) 

Acheson,  Edward  G.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Paper  product  and 
making  the  same.     No.  1,419,951  ;  June  20. 

Acheson,  Edward  G.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Soap  composition 
and  making  same.     No.  1,419,952  ;  June  20. 

Acheson,  George  W.,  Newark,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Acheson 
Corporation,  New  York.  N.  Y.  Preparing  pigment  oil 
compositions.      No.    1,431,079;   Oct.   3. 

Acheson,  George  W.,  Newark,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Acheson 
Corporation,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Preparing  varnishes. 
No.  1,431,080  ;  Oct.  3. 

Acheson,  George  W.,  Newark,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Acheson 
Corporation,'  New  York.  N.  Y.  Lake  and  preparing 
same.     No.  1,431,081  ;  Oct.  3. 

Acheson  Graphite  Company.  (See  Mardick,  John  R., 
assignor.) 

Achtmeyer,  William,  Middletown,  Conn.  Friction  com- 
position and  making  same.     No.  1,418,607  ;  June  6. 

Achtmeyer,  William,  Middletown,  Conn.  Condensation 
product  of  phenol  and  formaldehyde  and  making  same. 
No.  1,429,265  :  Sept.  19. 

Achtmeyer,  William,  Middletown,  Conn.  Disk  clutch  fac- 
ing and  making  same.     No.  1,429,266  ;  Sept.  19. 

Achtmeyer,  William,  Middletown,  Conn.  Phenolic  con- 
densation product  and  making  same.  No.  1,429,267 ; 
Sept.  19. 

Acid,  Gabriel.  Butte,  Mont.  Dirigible  headlight.  No. 
1,411.147  ;  Mar.  28. 

Acken,  Wiley  S.,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Robins 
Conveying  Belt  Company.  Screening  apparatus.  No. 
1,418,899  ;  June  6. 

Acker,  Edna  H.,  assignor  to  S.  N.  Acker,  Washington, 
D.   C.     Theatrical  appliance.     No.   1,419,191  ;   June  13. 

Acker,  Edwin.      (See  Kunert,  F.,  and  Acker.) 

Acker,   Samuel   N.      (See  Acker,   Edna   H.,  assignor.) 

Ackerberg,  Carl,  assignor  to  Challoner  Company,  Osh- 
kosh,  Wis.  Means  for  securing  anti-skid  chains  to  vehi- 
cle wheels.     No.   1,424,971  ;  Aug.   8. 

Ackerman,  Charles  N.,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  Ackerman- 
Johnson  Co.  Screw-holding  anchor.  No.  1,416,433 ; 
May  16. 

Ackerman,  Clemens  W.,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  Frog 
Switch  and  Manufacturing  Company,  Carlisle,  Pa. 
Rock   crusher.      No.    1,424,792 ;   Aug.    8. 

Ackerman,  Frank,  St'.  Louis,  assignor  to  Curtis  &  Co.  Mfg. 
Co.,  Wellston.  Mo.  Lubricating  system  for  piston  ma- 
chines.    No.  1.435,574  ;  Nov.  14. 

Ackerman,  Frank  E.,  St.  Paul,  Minn.  Mechanical  hoist. 
No.    1,423.638 ;    July    25. 

Ackerman,  George  F.,  Erie.  Pa.  Machine  for  forming 
forged  rinirs.     No.  1,432,228  ;  Oct.  17. 

Ackerman,  Henry  F..  and  J.  F.  Habben,  Palmer,  Iowa. 
Radiator.     No.  1,405,381  ;  Feb.  7. 

Ackerman-Johnson  Co.  (See  Ackerman.  Charles  N.,  as- 
signor.) 

Ackerman,  Robert,  assignor  to  Hudson  Manufacturing 
Company,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Clamping  device  for 
drinking  bowls.     No.  1,428,577  ;  Sept.  12, 


Ackermann,  Adelrich,  Reiden,  Switzerland.  Parachute. 
No.   1,406,521  ;   Feb.   14. 

Ackermann,  Frank,  et  al.  (See  Gould,  Herman,  as- 
signor.) 

Ackermann,  Frank  B.  (See  Steffan,  W.  C.  Ackermann, 
and    Greiner.) 

Ackermann,  Franz.  (See  Steinbuch,  E.,  Ackermann,  and 
Utzinger.) 

Ackermann  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Peyser,  Jos- 
eph,   assignor.) 

Ackermann,  William  E.,  Portsmouth,  Ohio.  Expanded 
metal    structure.      No.    1,419.709;   June    13. 

ACKers,  Lewis  J.,  et  al.     (See  Barbour,  Otho  A.,  assignor.) 

Aciancl,  Edward  H.,  Toronto,  Ontario,  Canada.  Guard 
for  billiard-table  pockets.     No.   1,421,361  ;  July  4. 

Ackley.  Fred  D.,  Kirkland,  Wash.  Carburetor.  No. 
1,428,200;  Sept.  5.* 

Ackley,  Fred  D.,  Kirkland,  Wash.  Carburetor.  No. 
1,435,043  ;    Nov.    7. 

Ackroyd.  Robert  E.,  Northampton,  England.  Device  for 
increasing  combustion  in  fireplaces.  No.  1,430,781  ; 
Oct.   3. 

Acme  Accessories  Corporation.  (See  Twomhly,  Willard  I., 
assignor.) 

Acme  Artificial  Silk  Company,  The.  (See  Huttinger, 
Charles  A.,    assignor.) 

Acme  Die  Casting  Corporation.  (See  Bungay,  George  W., 
assignor.) 

Acme  Electric  Heating  Company.  (See  Rice,  George  A., 
assignor.) 

Acme  Electric  &  Mfg.  Co.,  The.  (See  Bunch,  Charles  H., 
assignor.) 

Acme  Motor  Shield  Corporation.  (See  McMullen,  Joseph 
B.,  assignor.) 

Acme  Shear  Company,  The.  (See  Conway,  J.  J.,  and 
Koehler,  assignors.) 

Acme  Shear  Company,  The.  (See  Wheeler,  David  C,  as- 
signor.) 

Acme  Wire  Company,  The.  (See  Balke,  William  H., 
assignor.) 

Acocella,  Gabriele,  Montreal,  Quebec,  Canada.  Surgical 
instrument.     No.  1,438,080  :  Dec.  5. 

Actien  Gesellschaft  fur  Anilin  Fabrikation.  (See  De- 
dichen,  Jens,  assignor.) 

Actien  Gesellschaft  fur  Anilin  Fabrikation.  (See  Gelder- 
mann,   H.,  and  Meyer,  assignors.) 

Actien  Gesellschaft  fur  Anilin  Fabrikation.  (See  Gold- 
berg,  P.,  Onnertz,  and  Peters,  assignors.) 

Actien-Gesellschaft  fur  Anilin  Fabrikation.  (See  Haug- 
witz,  Rudolf,  assignor.) 

Actien  Gesellschaft  fur  Anilin  Fabrikation.  (See  Herz- 
berg,    W.,   and    Hoppe,   assignors.) 

Actien  Gesellschaft  fur  Anilin  Fabrikation.  (See  Herz- 
berg,   W.,   and    Scharfenberg,   assignors.) 

Actien  Gesellschaft  fur  Anilin  Fabrikation.  (See  Kalt- 
wasser,   O.,   and   Oehrn.) 

Actien  Gesellschaft  fur  Anilin  Fabrikation.  (See  Lange, 
Werner,  assignor.)  . 

Actien  Gesellschaft  fur  Anilin  Fabrikation.  (See  Loftier, 
Reinhold.   assignor.) 

Actien  Gesellschaft  fur  Anilin  Fabrikation.  (See  Onnertz, 
Paul,   assignor.) 

Aetien  Gesellschaft  fiir  Anilin  Fabrikation.  (See  Schoner, 
B.,  and  Siebert,  assignors.) 

Acton,  Walter,  and  W.  M.  MacKean,  Paisley,  Scotland. 
Separation  of  solids  from  liquids.   No.  1,435,886  ;  Nov.  14. 

Acuff,  Frank  E.,  Chicago,  111.  Valve  mechanism.  No. 
1,421,132  ;    June    27. 

Adacbi,  Keijiro.      (See  Nakayama,  M..  and  Adachi.) 

Adair,  Samuel  E.,  assignor  to  Western  Electric  Company, 
Incorporated,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Electrical  coil.  No. 
1,409,352  ;  Mar.  14. 

Adam,  Henri  V.,  Djocoja,  Java.  Automatic  weighing  ma- 
chine.    No.  1,416,312;  May  16.  .„„„•„„ 

Adam,  Joel  U.,  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Truss.  No.  1,435,368  ; 
Nov.  14. 

Adam,  Joseph  F.,  Marengo,  Saskatchewan,  Canada-  At- 
tachment for  shovels.     No.  1,426,442;  Aug.  22. 

Adam,  Matthew  A.     (See  Legg,  David  A.,  assignor.) 

Adam,  Matthew  A.,  London,  England.  Treatment  of  cel- 
lulose or  material  containing  cellulose.  No.  1,402,201 ; 
Jan.  3. 

Adamczvk.  Stanley,  Chicopee,  Mass.  Rubber  heel.  No. 
1,436,930  ;   Nov.   28. 

Adamek,  Antone  J.,  Orient,  S.  Dak.  Sickle-blade  holder. 
No.   1,434.644;  Nov.  7. 

Adams,  Aaron  M.,  and  M.  W.  Landau,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
Cap-size-reducing  device.     No.   1,409,810 ;  Mar.   14. 

Adams,  Arthur  H.,  Sparkill,  assignor  to  Western  Electric 
Company.  Incorporated,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Printing  tele- 
graph.    No.  1.401.950;  Jan.  3. 

Adams,  Arthur  H..  Galion,  Ohio,  assignor  to  Western  Elec- 
tric Company,  incorporated,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Printing 
telegraph.     No.  1,426,803  ;  Aug.  22. 

Adams,  Arthur  H.,  Galion,  Ohio,  assignor  to  Western  Elec- 
tric Company,  Incorporated,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Type- 
writer.    No.  1,426,804  ;  Aug.  22. 

Adams-Bach  Hdkf.  Mfg.  Co.  (See  Bach,  Irvin  S.,  as- 
signor.) 

Adams,  Benjamin  F.      (See  Williams.  F.  B..  and  Adams.) 

Adams,  Carieton  C.      (See  Grob,  A.  R.,  and  Adams.) 


UNITED    STATES    PATENT    OFFICE,    1922. 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Adams,  Charles  F.,  Swampscott,  Mass.,  assignor  to  Hamel 
Shoe  Machinery  Company.  Lasting  machine.  No. 
1,412,032;  Apr.  11. 

Adams,  Charles  F.,  Swampscott,  assignor  to  Ha,mel  Shoe 
Machinery  Company,  Lynn,  Mass.  Lasting  machine. 
No.  1.413.697  ;  Apr.  25. 

Adams,  Charles  F.,  Swampscott,  Mass.,  assignor  to  Hamel 
Shoe  Machinery  Company,  Bridgeport,  Conn.  Bed- 
laster  end   clasp.     No.   1,422.806:  July  11. 

Adams,  Charles  H.     (See  Janes,  E.  R.,  and  Adams.) 

Adams,  Charles  S.,  assignor  to  Rice  &  Adams  Corporation, 
Buffalo,  N.  Y.  Washing  machine.  No.  1,421,055 ; 
June   27. 

Adams,  Claud  W.,  Worcester,  Mass.  Coin-controlled 
bottle  vending  and  ejecting  mechanism.  No.  1,437,741  ; 
Dec.  5. 

Adams,  Dickson,  Canton,  Ohio.  Collapsible  crate  or  box. 
No.   1,427,766  ;  Sept.  5. 

Adams,  Earl  E.,  Glendale,  Calif.  Steering-wheel  lock. 
No.   1.409.640  ;  Mar.  14. 

Adams,  Edward  M.      (See  Quam,  James  P.,  assignor.) 

Adams,  Edward  T.,  Syracuse.  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Humphrey 
Gas  Pump  Company.  Fuel  feed.  No.  1,409,991  ; 
Mar.  21. 

Adams,  Ellwood  S.      (See  Eisenhard,  Frank,  assignor.) 

Adams,  Francis  S.,  Anaconda,  Mont.  Process  of  and  ap- 
paratus for  precipitating  copper  from  solutions.  No. 
1,430,140  ;   Sept.  26. 

Adams,  Frank  A.,  Rochester,  assignor  to  B.  C.  Olney, 
Rome,  and  F.  C.  Dailey,  Rochester,  N.  Y.  Clothes- 
washing  machine.    No.  1,406,136 ;  Feb.  7. 

Adams,  Frank  A.,  Rochester,  assignor  to  B.  C.  Olney, 
Rome,  and  F.  C.  Dailey,  Rochester,  N.  Y.  Clothes- 
washing  machine.     No.  1,406,137  :  Feb.  7. 

Adams,  Frederick,  Bradwell,  England.  Tramway  rail 
having  removable  tread.     No.  1,418,509  ;  June  6. 

Adams,  Frederick  B.,  et  al.  (See  Bannigan,  John  P.,  as- 
signor.) 

Adams,  George.     (See  Raymond,  P.  J.,  and  Adams.) 

Adams,  George  D.,  assignor  to  J.  Roth,  Omaha,  Nebr. 
Sound-reproducing  machine.     No.  1,435,095  ;  Nov.  7. 

Adams,  Gilbert  E.,  Gary.  Ind.  Controller  for  electric 
motors.     No.  1,404.255  :  Jan.  24. 

Adams,  Harold  I.,  Warehouse  Point,  assignor  to  The 
Billings  &  Spencer  Company,  Hartford,  Conn.  Hand 
tool.     No.  1,413,698  ;  Apr.  25. 

Adams,  Harry  E.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Securing  means  for 
automobile  top  closures.      No.   1.424,061  ;   July  25. 

Adams,  James  D.,  Wabash,  Ind.  Knockdown  table.  No. 
1.422,246:  July  11. 

Adams,  James  D.,  Belle  Vernon,  Pa.  Seat  for  pit-fur- 
nace covers.     No.   1,432,737;  Oct.  24. 

Adams,  James  L.,  Jr..  assignor  to  A.  O.  Smith  Corporation, 
Milwaukee,  Wis.  Intermittingly-operating  gear  system. 
No.  1.409.900  :  Mar.  21. 

Adams,  James  M.,  Chicago,  111.  Ship-salvaging  appara- 
tus.     No.    1.404,921  ;    Jan.    31. 

Adams.  James  M.,  Chicago,  111.  Salvaging  apparatus.  No. 
1.412.202  :   Apr.   11. 

Adams.  James  V..  Yowell,  Tex.  Gasoline  wash  furnace. 
No.  1,434.763  ;  Nov.  7. 

Adams,  John  H.,  Kalamazoo,  Mich.  Phonograph  record. 
No.   1,411,551 ;  Apr.  4. 

Adams,  John  Q.,  et  al.     (See  Craft.  Clarence  H.,  assignor.) 

Adams,  John  Q.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  W.  J.  McMurry, 
Hickman,  Ky.     Decoy.     No.  1,417,441  ;  May  23. 

Adams.  Joseph,  Roxbury,  Mass.  Rotary  brush.  No. 
1.402.990;   Jan.   10. 

Adams,  Joseph  A.     (See  Topper.  W.  S..  and  Adams.) 

Adams,  Joseph  H.,  Flatbush,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  The  Texas 
Company,  Houston,  Tex.  Oil-converting  process  for  the 
conversion  and  transformation  of  oils.  No.  1,428,311  ; 
Sept.  5. 

Adams,  Joseph  H.,  Flatbush,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  The  Texas 
Company,  Houston,  Tex.  Oil-converting  apparatus  for 
the  conversion  and  transformation  of  oils.  No. 
1.428,312  ;   Sept.  5. 

Adams,  Joseph  H.,  Flatbush,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  The 
Texas  Company,  Houston,  Tex.  Conversion  and  trans- 
formation of  liquids,  fluids,  and  oils.  No.  I,433,5i9  ; 
Oct.  24. 

Adams,  Joseph  S.,  Greenwood,  Ark.  Track  device.  No. 
1.438.205;    Dec.   12. 

Adams  Laundry  Machinery  Company.  (See  West,  Robert 
N.,  assignor.) 

Adams,  Leslie  M.,  Seattle,  Wash.  Game  apparatus.  No. 
1,420,230  ;  June  20. 

Adams,  Lucius  E..  and  C.  C.  Peck,  Munising,  Mich.  Snow- 
plow.     No.  1,432,377;   Oct.   17. 

Adams.  Reed.  Detroit,  Mich.  Printing  press.  No. 
1.410.357  ;  Mar.  21. 

Adams,  Richard  H.,  Cobalt,  Ontario,  Canada.  Percussive 
rock-drilling  apparatus.     No.  1.403,583;  Jan.  17. 

Adams,  Robert  J.  (See  Crompton,  R.,  Woodman,  and 
Adams.) 

Adams.  Samuel  E..  Everton,  Ind.  Cauterizing  instrument. 
No.  1.411,248:  Mar.  28. 

Adams,  Thomas  M.,  Houston,  Tex.  Pump  plunger.  No. 
1,415,911  ;  May  16. 

Adams,  Thomas  O.      (Pee  Wise.  W.  J.,  and  Adams.) 

Adams,  Walter  A.,  Rochester,  N.  Y.  Sectional  table.  No. 
1,425,072;  Aug.  8. 

Adams,  Walter  F.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  High  and  low 
speed  wrench.     No.  1,409,510;  Mar.  14. 


Adams,  Walter  L.      (See  Pflueger,  C.  T.,  and   Adams.) 

Adams,  Walter  L.,  assignor  to  The  Enterprise  Manufactur- 
ing Company,  Akron,  Ohio.  Antibacklash  attachment 
for   Ashing   reels.      No.    1,420,804  ;   June   27. 

Adams,  Wnrron  S.,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.  Cooling  apparatus. 
No.  1,425.739  ;  Aug.   15. 

Adams.  William.  Stockton.  Calif.  Fluid-controlled  land 
leveler.      No.    1,435,575  ;   Nov.    14. 

Adams,  William  G..  Roanoke,  Va.  Draft  rigging.  No. 
1,404,333  ;  Jan.  24. 

Adams.  Zeleman,  Now  York,  N.  Y.  Hand  truck.  No. 
1.431.861  ;    Oct.    10. 

Adams  &  Westlake  Company,  The.  (See  Hamm,  W.  S., 
and   Schultz,   assignors.) 

Adams  &  Westlake  Company,  The.  (See  Hamm,  William 
S.,    assignor.) 

Adams  &  Westlake  Company,  The.  (See  Legge,  Thomas 
A.,  assignor.) 

Adams  -  Williams  Manufacturing  Corporation.  (See 
Rresin.  Louis,  assignor.) 

Adamson,  Allan  A.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Round-package-label- 
ing machine.     No.  1,435,680  ;  Nov.  14. 

Adamson,  Allan  A.,  Brooklyn.  N.  Y.,  and  W.  F.  Grupe, 
Hudson  Heights,  N.  J.  Producing  rim  boards.  No. 
i. 422. 648  :    July    11 

Adamson,  Allan  A.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  and  W.  F.  Grupe, 
Hudson  Heights,  N.  J.  Scoring  machine.  No. 
1,433,106  :   Oct.   24. 

Adamson,  David   H.      (See  Clauss.  E.  A.,  and  Adamson.) 

Adamson,  James  S.  C,  Ottawa,  Ontario,  Canada.  Milk 
shelf.     No.    1,435,782  ;   Nov.   14. 

Adamson,  Seth  A.,  Dell  Rapids,  S.  Dak.  Potato  grader. 
No.    1,409.353 ;   Mar.    14. 

Adamson,  Walter.      (See  Burstall,  William  H.,  assignor.) 

Adamson,  William.     (See  Dufresne,  D.  E.,  and  Adamson.) 

Adaptable  Code  Condensers  Limited.  (See  Telling,  Harry 
G..   assignor.) 

Adaptable  Tractor  Co.  (See  Chandler,  F.  F.,  and  Myers, 
assignors.) 

Adcox,  Albert  H„  Kansas  City,  Kans.  Oil  burner.  No. 
1.429,215  ;  Sept.   19. 

Adde.  Simon,  Griingesberg,  Sweden.  Plastic  explosive. 
No.  1,410.868;  Mar.  28. 

Addington,  James  R.  G.,  Nickelsville,  assignor  of  one-half 
to  L.  C.  Gilley,  Gate  City  Va.  Boring  device  for  boring 
machines.     No.   1,409,354 ;   Mar.   14. 

Adell,  Edward,  Orange,  Mass.,  and  C.  A.  Brink,  Cranston, 
R.  I.,  assignors  to  Universal  Winding  Company,  Bos- 
ton, Mass.  Cop  or  bobbin  holder.  No.  1,423,824 ; 
July    25. 

Adell.    Ernest  T.      (See   Gran.   Albert,   assignor.) 

Adelman,  George  L.,  Beardstown,  111.  Flour  sifter.  No. 
1.438.8S4;   Dec.   12.  * 

Adelmann,  Hans,  assignor  to  Ham  Boiler  Corporation,  New 
York.  N.  Y.  Hand-operated  ham  boiler.  No.  1,408,153  ; 
Feb.  28. 

Adelmann,  Hans,  assignor  to  Ham  Boiler  Corp.,  New 
York,  N.  Y.  Power-operated  ham  boiler.  No.  1,412,590  ; 
Apr.  11. 

Adenot,  Marius,  Caluire,  France,  assignor  to  Societe 
Lyonnaise  d'Industrie  Meeanique.  Caluire,  Rhone, 
France.  Braking  mechanism  for  the  front  wheels  of 
motor  cars.     No.  1.437,080:  Nov.   28. 

Adere,  Hugo,  East  Orange,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  J.  F.  Jelonko 
&  Co.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Dental  clasp.  No.  1,417.879  ; 
Mav  30. 

Adorer,  Alexander.  (See  Cazier,  M.  H.,  and  Youkey,  as- 
signors.) 

Adorer,  Julius.  New  York,  N.  Y.  Annealing  device.  No. 
1.431.618;   Oct.   10. 

Adjuria,  Incorporated.     (See  Webber,  Rollin  F.,  assignor.) 

Adjustable  &  Reversible  Propeller  Corporation.  (See  Hart, 
Seth,  assignor.) 

Adjusto  Shoe  Lace  Company.  (See  Ross,  Isidor  B.,  as- 
signor.) 

Adklns,  Thomas  E.,  Canton,  Ohio.  Spring  holt.  No. 
1,424,331  ;  Aug.  1. 

Adland.  Victor  E.  (See  Kamper,  L.  H.,  Adland,  and 
Bartholomew.) 

Adler,  Emanuel  B.  and  J.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Heating  stove. 
No.  1.440.262;  Dec.  26. 

Adler  Engineering  Company.  (See  Adler,  Henry  A.,  as- 
signor.) 

Adler.  Henry  A.,  New  York,  assignor  to  Adler  Engineering 
Company,  Corona.  Long  Island,  N.  Y.  Dental  instru- 
ment.    No.  1,424.707;  Aug.  1. 

Adler,  Jerome.     (See  Adler,  Emanuel  B.  and  J.) 

\dler.  John  B..  and  T.  F.  Gehle,  Dearborn,  Mich.  Auto- 
matic air-supply  control  for  internal-combustion  en- 
fines.       No.    1,413.371:    Apr.    18. 

Adler.  Karl  M.,  assignor  to  Emil  Kahle,  Paunsdorf.  near 
Leipzig,  Germany.  Platen  press.  No.  1,413,699; 
Apr.  25. 

Admiraal.  Maarten,  Bussum,  Netherlands.  Stopping  indi- 
cator for   traffic  purposes.     No.  1.437.0.81  ;  Nov.  28. 

Adolph,  Alfred  II. ,  San  Francisco.  Calif.  Combination 
file  handle  and  jointer.     No.   1,404.507  ;  Jan.  24. 

Adrema  Maschinen  Bau-Gesellschaft  mit  beschrankter 
Haftung.      (See  Deutsch.   Hermann,   assignor.) 

Adriance,  Adrian  D.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Toy  arrow.  No. 
1.423.551  :    July    25. 

Adsit,  Byron  D.     (See  Finney,  George  S.,  assignor.) 


INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Adt,  Albert  W.,  assignor  to  John  B.  Adt  Company,  Balti- 
more,  Md.      Tobacco-cutting   machine.      No.    1,419.094 ; 
June  6. 
Adt,  John  B.,  Company.      (See  Adt,  Albert  W.,  assignor.) 
Advance   Machine   Company.      (See   Antoine,    A.    D.,    and 

Gebert,   assignors.)  . 

Advance  Rumely  Company.  (See  Ross,  James,  assignor.) 
Advance-Rumely  Company.  (See  Secor,  John  A.,  as- 
signor.) „  „,  .  , 
Adye,  John  F.  (See  Stanfield,  Joseph  R.  M.,  assignor  ) 
Adye,  John  F.,  Cheshire,  England.     Magneto  starter.     No. 

1,436,467;    Nov.    21. 
Aebi,    John,    Alliance,    Ohio.      Constant-pressure   plunger. 
No.  1,411, 14S;  Mar.  28. 


Aeolian   Company,  The.      (See  Dickinson,   Joseph 

signor.)  „ 

Aeolian  Company,  The.      (See  Head.  Robert,  assignor.) 
Aerraotor  Company.     (See  Scholes,  Daniel  R.,  assignor.) 
Aeolian  Company,  The.     (See  Shaw,  Charles  II.,  assignor.) 
Aero  Tank  Machine  Gun   Company.      (See  Czegka,  Victor 

H.,  assignor.) 
Aeschbach.  Friedrich,  Aarau,   Switzerland.     Parallel  vise. 

No.   1,403,997;   Jan.   17. 
Affel,  Herman  A.     (See  Espenschied,  L.,  and  Affel.) 
Affel,  Herman  A.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  American 
Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     Carrier  telegraph 
circuit.      No.    1,402.991  ;    Jan.    10. 
Affel,  Herman  A..  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  American 
Telephone    &    Telegraph     Company.      Means    for    and 
method  of  testing  unbalance.     No.  1,414,391;  May  I. 
Affel,  Herman  A.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  and  J.   Davidson,  Jr., 
Montclair,  N.  J.,  assignors  to  American  Telephone  and 
Telegraph    Company.     Ringing  arrangement   for   multi- 
plex circuits.     No.  1,402,202  ;  Jan.  3.  . 
ffelder,    Harry    F.,    Cleveland,    Ohio.      Gumming    device. 


Portable   container. 


Affelder, 

No.  1,409,908;  Mar.  21. 
Affelder,    William    L.,    Crafton,    Pa. 

No.  1,414.392;  May  2. 
Affleck,   Kerfoot   A.,    Washington,   D.   C.      Trundling   toy. 

No.  1.437.388:  Dec.  5. 
Agee,   Charley   D.,   Dallas,   Tex.     Window-screen  hanger. 

No.  1,424,431  ;  Aug.  1.  _  „  ., ,.         ... 

Acer,  John  W.,  Birmingham,  Ala.     Hollow  building  tile. 

No.  1,414,246  ;  Apr.  25. 
Agnew,    Alexander   J.,   and   F.    F.   Renwick,    assignors   to 
Ilford  Limited,  Ilford,  England.      High-temperature  de- 
velopment  of  photographic    materials.     No.   1,424,06^  ; 
July    25.  .  , 

Agresta,  Felix  G.     (See  Dupell,  Frank  G.,  assignor.) 
Aguillon    Jacques,  Paris,  France.     Calorimeter  of  the  con- 
tinuous and  recording  type  for  determining  the  calorific 
power  of  fluid  combustibles.     No.  1,435.783  ;  Nov.  14. 
Agutter.  Georue,  Forest  Hills,  N.  Y.     Tennis  racket.     No. 

1,423,900;    July    25. 
Ahbe,   William   F.,   Chicago,    111.     Method   and   apparatus 
for  producing  moving-picture  cartoons.     No.  1,416,154  : 
May  16. 
A'Hearn,  Frank  M.,  Greenville,  Pa.     Frame  support.     No. 

1,422,164;   July  11. 
Ahearn,  Thomas,  Ottawa.  Ontario.  Canada.     Phonograph- 
needle  buffer.     No.  1.428,828  ;  Sept.  12. 
Ahern,  Albert  M.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.     Jaw  for  animal  traps. 

No.   1,428.512  ;   Sept.   12. 
Ahern.  Albert  M.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.     Smoke  producer.     No. 

1.438,351  ;  Dec.   12. 
Ahern,  John  J.     (See  Parker,  Martin,   assignor.) 
Ahl,    Ferdinand    H.,    Salem,    N.    J.      Spool    holder.      No. 

1.414,971 ;  May  2. 
Ahlfors,    Karl    A.,    Helsingfors,    Finland.      Turbine.      No. 

1.402,992;  Jan.  10.  . 

Ahlhelm  Company,  The.     (See  Kerr,  H.  E.,  and  Ahlheim, 

assignors.) 
Ahlheim,  Edward  C.     (See  Kerr,  H.  E.,  and  Ahlheim.) 
Ablstrom,  Charles  A.,  Jamestown,  N.  Y.     Grand-piano  ac- 
tion.     No.    1,436,303 ;    Nov.    21. 
Ahmels,   Karl,   Cassel,   Germany.      Double   telescope.     No. 

1,412,442;  Apr.  11. 
Ahola,   Charles,    Detroit,    Mich.      Ship   construction.      No. 

1,416,155;  May  16. 
Aicardi,  James  A.,  jr.,  et  al.     (See  Gagin,  David,  assignor.) 
Aichele,    Albert,    assignor    to    Aktiengesellsehaft    Brown 
Boveri  &  Cie.,  Baden,   Switzerland.     Electrical  propul- 
sion of  ships.    No.  1,408,426  ;  Mar.  7. 
Aiken,    Edward    L.,    East    Orange,    assignor    to    Splitdorf 
Electrical  Company,  Newark,  N.  J.     Gear  wheel.     No. 
1,427.892  ;   Sept.  5. 
Aiken,  Thomas  M..  Pittsburgh,  Pa.     Computing  exposure 

meter.     No.  1.414,972  ;  May  2. 
Aikens,  Thomas  N.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  D.  D.  Walker, 
Lakewood,  Ohio.     Tubular  sheet-metal  spoke    for  vehi- 
cle wheels.     No.  1,426,942  ;  Aug.  22. 
Aikin,    William    P.,    Watertown,    N.    Y.      Apparatus    for 
dressing  pulp-wood  grindstones.     No.  1,406,138  ;  Feb.  7. 
Aikman,  Burton  S.,  assignor  to  National  Brake  &  Electric 
Company.    Milwaukee.    Wis.       Startinc;    and    unloading 
device  for  compressors.     No.  1,412,819  ;  Apr.  18. 
Aikman.   Burton   S..   assignor  to  National   Brake  &  Elec- 
tric  Company,    Milwaukee,    Wis.      Pump    and    pumping 
system.     No.  1,423,291  ;   July  18. 


Aikman,  Burton  S.,  assignor  to  National  Brake  &  Electric 
Company,    Milwaukee,    Wis.       Pumping    system.      No. 
1,425,928;    Aug.    15. 
Aime\    Luis,    West   Hoboken,  ,N.   J.      Leg-rest   for   rocking 

chairs.     No.  1.412.641 ;  Apr.  11. 
Aims',  Luis.  West  Hoboken,  N.  J.     Adjustable  leg  rest  for 

chairs.    No.  1,440.329  ;  Dec.  26. 
Aims,    William   D.   P.,    Philadelphia,   Pa.     Apparatus   for 
distilling  heavy  hydrocarbons,  shale,  and  the  like.     No. 
1,405,704;   Feb.  7. 
Ainswortb,  Harry  G.,  Kentland,  Ind.     Means  for  operat- 
ing doors.     No.  1,418,420  ;  June  6. 
Ainsworth.     Harry     G.,     Kentland,     Ind.       Switch.       No. 

1,431,082  ;  Oct.   3. 
Air  Brake  Safety  Appliance  Co.     (See  Hellmann,  L.  F.,  and 

Baxter,  assignors.)      (Reissue.) 
Airdry   Corporation.      (See   Bassette,   John  G.,    assignor.) 
Airdry  Corporation.      (See  Hibbard,  R.  B.,  Watrous,  and 

Bassette,    assignors.) 
Airdry  Corporation.     (See  Watrous,  Denton  J.,  assignor.) 
Airoblast    Corporation.       (See    Crane,    Theodore    G.,    as- 
signor.) 
Air-O-Mix,  Incorporated.     (See  Beers,  Henry  S.,  assignor.) 
Air  Reduction  Company.      (See  Bucknam,  Worthy  C.,  as- 
signor.) 
Air   Reduction    Company.      (See   Metzger,    Floyd   J.,    as- 
signor.) 
Air    Reduction    Company.       (See    Ragonnet,    Eugene    L., 

assignor.) 
Air    Reduction    Company.       (See    Roberts,    Montague    II., 

assignor.) 
Air   Reduction   Company.      (See  Russell,   Richard   F.,   as- 
signor. ) 
Air  Reduction  Company.     (See  von  Recklinghausen,  Max, 

assignor.) 
Air  Reduction  Company.     (See  Zouck,  G.  H.,  and  Russell, 

assignors.) 
Air   Reduction    Company,    Incorporated.      (See   Anderson, 

James   L.,   assignor.) 
Air- Way    Electric    Appliance    Corporation.      (See    Tracy, 

Pratt   E.,  assignor.) 
Aitchison,    William,    et   al.      (See    Welch,    James    G.,    as- 
signor.) 
Aitken,   Andrew   W.,   assignor   to   The   Buffalo-Springfield 
Roller   Company,   Springfield.   Ohio.     Road   roller.     No. 
1,427,751  :    Aug.    29. 
Aitken,  David.  Lethbridge,  Alberta,  Canada.     Safety  razor. 

No.    1,411,552;    Apr.    4. 
Aitkin,   Richard  M.      (See  Bethge,  F.  L.,  and   Storer,  as- 
signors.) 
Aizpuru,    Jose   M.,   Tampa,   Fla.     Fireplace   heater.       No. 

1,433.520  ;   Oct.   31. 
Ajax    Metal    Company,    The.       (See    Wyatt,    James    R.. 

assignor.) 
Akard,   James   H..    San    Francisco,    Calif.     Wire   twister. 

No.  1.406.715;  Feb.  14. 
Akashi,  Kazue,  Asakusa-Ku,  Tokyo,  Japan.    Manufacturinc 

blades  for  drawing  pens.     No.  1,402,034  ;  Jan.  3. 
Akemann,   Walther,    Essen,  assignor  to  Fried.   Krupp  Ak- 
tiengesellsehaft. Essen-on-the-Ruhr,  Germany.     Appara- 
tus for  stabilizing  a  direction  in  space.     No.  1,435,681  ; 
Nov.  14. 
Aker,  John  C,  and  M.  C.  Williams.  Duluth,  Minn.     Wash- 
ing machine.     No.  1,407,618;  Feb.  21. 
Alters,    Blessie   E.,    Thrift,    Tex.      Baby-net   frame.      No. 

1.416.608;   June  6. 
Akers,  Earl  C,  Detroit,  Mich.    Door  check.   No.   1,439,049  ; 

Dec.    19. 
Akers,  James  O.,  Baltimore,  Md.     Automobile   lock.     No. 

1,408,237  ;  Feb.  28. 
Akers,    Joseph    G.,    Philadelphia,    Pa.       Toy    gun.      No. 

1,434,726;   Nov.  7. 
Akhoona,  Dinshaw  J.,  Bulsar,  Bombay  Presidency.  India. 
Preventing    collisions    on     railways.       No.     1,402,993 ; 
Jan.    10. 
Akimoff,    Nicholas    W.,    Wynnewood,    1'a.      Spring.      No. 

1,428.740  ;   Sept.   12. 
Akins,  Edwin  J.,  Moundsville,  W.  Va.     Drilling  bit.     No. 

1,415,619 ;    May    9. 
Akins.     Jefferson     H.,     Lewistown,     Mont.       Shim.       No. 

1,424,063 ;    July    25. 
Akins,    Randall    P.,    Denver,    Colo.      Ore    classifier.      No. 

1 1,412,010;    Apr.    4. 
Akley,    Charles   S.      (See   Anglada,   Joseph   A.,   assignor.) 
Akro'yd,   Harry  W.,   Philadelphia,  Ta.     Optical   toy.     No. 

1,419,657;    June    13. 
Akt.  Ges.  vorm.  Seidel  &  Naumann.     (See  Baeseler,  Hein- 

rich  F.   E.,  assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget  Ars.     (See  Hasait,  Max.  assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget  Bofors.     (See  Wennerstrom,  Ernst  J.  T.,  as- 
signor.) 
Aktiebolaget  C.  E.,  Johansson.     (See  Evauder,  F.  A.,  Nils- 
son,  and  Ekman,  assignors.) 
Aktiebolaget   Formator.      (See   Dahlstrbm,   Ernst    R..    as- 
signor.) 
Aktiebolaget    Gerh.    Arehns    Mekaniska    Verkstad.       (See 

Orstriim,  Gustaf,  assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget    Ingeniorsfirma    Fritz    Egnell.      (See    Rodhe, 

Olof,    assignor.)       (Reissue.) 
Aktiebolagel   Lidkopings  Mekaniska   Verkstad.      (See  Ols- 

son,   Karl  and  A.  H.,  assignors.) 
Aktiebolaget    LjungstrOm    Angturbin.      (See    Ljungstrom, 
F.,  and  Broberg,  assignors.) 


UNITED    STATES    PATENT    OFFICE,    1922. 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Aktiebolaget    Ljungstrom    Angturbin.       (See    Ljungstrom, 

Fredrik,   assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget  Lux.     (See  Carlstedt,  Sven  M.,  assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget    Patria.      (See    Bergstrom,   Axel    B.    T.,    as- 
signor.) 

Aktiebolaget  Separator.  (See  Lindgren,  Hans  O.,  as- 
signor.) 

Aktiebolaget  Skandinaviska  Orgel-ocb  Pianofabriken.  (See 
Lundquist,  A.  G.,  and  Jonson,  assignors.) 

Aktiebolaget  Stille-Werner.  (See  Nordin,  Josef  A.,  as- 
signor.) 

Aktiebolaget  Svenska  Kullagerfabriken.  (See  Borg,  John 
L.,  assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget  Svenska  Kullagerfabriken.  (See  Fjellman, 
Bengt  W.) 

Aktiebolaget  Svenska  Kullagerfabriken.  (See  Hultgren, 
Axel  G.  E.,  assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget  Svenska  Kullagerfabriken.  (See  Olsson, 
Nils  J.,  assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget  Svenska  Kullagerfabriken.  (See  Palmgren, 
Nils  A.,  assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget  Svenska-Kullagerfabriken.  (See  Wingquist, 
Sven  G.,  assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget  Tubus.     (See  Karlsson,  Waif  rid,  assignor.) 

x\ktiebolaget  Vaporaekumulator.  (See  Frenne,  Nils  G.  H., 
assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget  Vaporaekumulator.  (See  Ruths,  Johannes 
K.,   assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft  Brown,  Boveri  &  Cie.  (See  Aichele,  Al- 
bert, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft  Brown,  Boveri  &  Cie.  (See  Buchli, 
Jacob,   assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft  Brown,  Boveri  &  Cie.  (See  Couwen- 
hoven,    Abraham,    assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft  Brown,  Boveri  &  Cie.  (See  de  Freuden- 
reich,  J.,  and  Spoerry,  assignors.) 

Aktiengesellschaft  Brown,  Boveri  &  Cie.  (See  Jonas,  Ju- 
lius,  assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft  der  Maschinenfabriken  Escher  Wyss  & 
Co.     (See  Graemiger,  Benjamin,  assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft  der  Maschinenfabriken  Escher  Wyss  & 
Cie.     (See  Keller,  Huldreich,  assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft  "  Eos."  (See  Schneiders,  Gottfried, 
assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft  Kummler  &  Matter.  (See  Wirth-Frey, 
Elias,   assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft  vorm.  Seidel  &  Naumann.  (See  Baese- 
ler,  Heinrich  F.  E.,  assignor.) 

Aladdin  Cinema  Co.      (See  Carter,  Clark  E.,  assignor.) 

Aladdin  Renew  Electric  Lamp  Corporation  Limited.  (See 
Coxon,   S.,  and  Williams,  assignors.) 

Aladdin  Renew  Electric  Lamp  Corporation  Limited.  (See 
Harrison,  Francis,  assignor.) 

Alaska  Freezer  Company.  (See  Norcross,  Crandall  U., 
assignor.) 

Alastic  Tire  Cushion  Company.  (See  Krauska,  Thomas, 
assignor.) 

Albach,  Clarence  L.  administrator.  (See  Albach,  James  B.) 

Albacb,  James  B.,  deceased,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  ;  C.  I.  Albach, 
administrator.  Flavoring  extract  and  preparing  the 
same.     No.  1,403,473  ;  Jan.  17. 

Albanese,  John,  Providence,  R.  1.  Bracelet.  No.  1,433,521 ; 
Oct.    31. 

Albany  Machine  and  Tool  Company.  (See  Ramsey,  Jo- 
seph H.,  assignor.) 

Albaugh-Dover  Company.  (See  Eden,  Harold  W.,  as- 
signor. ) 

Alberger  Gas  Engine  Company.  (See  Worhois,  Edson  L., 
assignor.) 

Albers,  Joseph  A.,  Norwood,  Ohio.  Carton.  No. 
1,412,155;  Apr.  11. 

Albers,  William  W.  (See  Sauerhering,  Douglas  L.,  as- 
signor.) 

Albert,  August,  Munich,  Germany.  Derivatives  of  or- 
ganic arsenic  compounds.     No.  1,425.020;  Aug.  15. 

Albert,  August,  Munich,  Germany.  Manufacturing  new 
arsenic  oxides  or  arsenobenzols.    No.  1.425,030  ;  Aug.  15. 

Albert,  August,  Munich,  Germany.  Producing  new  aro- 
matic compounds  containing  carbonylgroups  with 
trivalent  arsenic.     No.  1,425.031  ;  Aug.  15. 

Albert,  Eugen,  Munich,  Germany.  Producing  printing 
plates.    No.  1,430,347  ;  Sept.  26. 

Albert,  Frank  J.     (See  Gitzendanner,  P.,  and  Albert.) 

Albert,  Louis,   et  al.      (See  Pietrafesa,  Joseph,  assignor.. 

Albert,  Michael,  assignor  to  Milwaukee  Corrugating  Co., 
Milwaukee,  Wis.  Ridge-roll  flnial.  No.  1,414,493 ; 
May  2. 

Albert,  Otto.     (See  Nelson,  K.  O.,  and  Albert.) 

AllnTtson,  Frans  O..  assignor  to  Alhertson  >V  Company, 
Sioux  City,  Iowa.  Valve-refacing  apparatus.  No. 
1,421,133;    June    27. 

Albertson  &  Company.  (See  Albertson,  Frans  O.,  as- 
signor.) 

Albertus,  Floyd  A.,  assignor  of  one-fourth  to  C.   S.  Flint, 

Milwaukee,  Wis.     Soldering  composition  for  aluminum. 

No.  1,416,924  ;  May  23. 
Albiez.    John    L.,    Pittsburgh,    Pa.      Blooming    mill.      No 

1,429.311;   Sept.   10. 
Albinson,  James  E.,  Washington,  D.  C.     Pipe  vise  stand 

No.  1,426,531  ;  Aug.  22, 
Albizu,    Louis    W.,    Ponce,    P.    R.      Exercising    apparatus. 

No.  1,438,804  ;  Dec.  12. 


Alborn,    Frans    G.,    Milford,    assignor,    by    mesne    assign- 
ments, to  The  Locomobile  Company,  Bridgeport,  Conn. 

Radiator  mounting  for  motor  vehicles.     No.  1,406,163  ; 

Feb.    14. 
Alborne,    Hilton    R.,    Stillwater,    Minn.      Telephone-index 

mounting.     No.  1,440,048  ;  Dec.  20. 
Alboit.   Leonard   10.,  Augusta,  Ivans.     Tire  protector.     No. 

1,406,803  ;   Feb.   14. 
Albrecht,  Albert  W.,  et  al.      (See  Coates,  Clinton  T.,  as- 
signor.) 
Albrecht,   Albert   W.,   St.    Louis,   Mo.     Method  of   making 

piston    rings.      No.    1,415,620 ;   May   9. 
Albrecht,   Albert   W.,   St.    Louis,    Mo.      Apparatus  for   the 

manufacure  of  metallic  balls.     No.  1,419,599;  June  13. 
Albrecht,  Albert  W.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.     Mechanism  for  form- 
ing balls.     No.  1,432,514  ;  Oct.  17. 
Albrecht,    Herman    S.,    St.    Louis,   Mo.     Metallic   billet   or 

bar.      No.   1.436.931  ;   Nov.   28. 
Albrecht,    Herman    S.,    St.    Louis,   Mo.      Machine    for   the 

manufacture  of  metallic  balls.     No.  1,438,206  ;  Dec.  12. 
Albrecht,  John   H.,  -Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Westing- 
house   Electric   and    Manufacturing    Company.      Motor- 
control   system.     No.   1,415,971  ;  May   16. 
Albright,  Andrew,  Jr.,  New  York,  N.  Y.     Manufacture  of 

brushes.      No.    1,413.211;    Apr.    18. 
Albright,    George    A.,    Atlanta,    Ga.      Clock-circuit-control 

device.      No.    1,416,592  ;   May   16. 
Albright,  Jacob  J.,  Columbus,  Ga.    Register.    No.  1,417,011 ; 

May  23. 
Albright,    John   B.,   Rockford,   111.      Container  and  holder 

for  shaving  sticks.     No.  1,415,621  ;  May  9. 
Album,  Adolph  Y.  S.,  Chicago,  111.     Bottle  stopper.     No. 

1,419,003;    June    6. 
Album.  Adolph  Y.  S..  Mavwood,  III.     Bottle  stopper.     No. 

1.435.443;   Nov.   14. 
Alchemic  Gold  Company  Inc.     (See  Doughty,  Howard  W., 

assignor.) 
Alco    Deo    Company,   The.      (See   Crockett,    Cyrenins   W., 

assignor.) 
Aldeen,    Gedor   W.,    Rockford,   111.      Key   guide    for   locks. 

No.    1,437.878  ;    Dec.   5. 
Aldeen,  Wilhelm   G.,   Rockford,  111.     Phonograph  or  like 

cabinet.     No.  1,439,496  ;  Dec.  19. 
Aldeen,   Wilhelm    G.,    Rockford,    111.     Phonograph   or  like 

cabinet.     No.   1,430.497  ;    Dec.    19. 
Alden,   Charles  A.,    Steelton,   Pa.     Making  railway   frogs 

and    product    thereof.      No.    1,430,050;    Dec.    19. 
Alden,  George  I.,  assignor  to  Norton  Company,  Worcester, 

Mass.        Driving     and     reversing      mechanism.        No. 

1,432,653;   Oct.   17. 
Alden,    Herbert  W.,  assignor  to  The  Timken-Detroit  Axle 

Company,     Detroit,    Mich.      Automobile    driving    axle. 

No.    1,434,578  ;   Nov.   7. 
Alden.  Joseph  It..  (Jnind  Rapids,  Mich.     Shaving  cup.     No. 

1.404.256  :  Jan.  24. 
Alden,  Vorn  E.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  Westinghouse 

Electric    &    Manufacturing    Company.      Core    structure 

for   transformers.      No.    1,40^,826;   Jan.   31. 
Alder.   Frederick,   and   J.   C.   Rogers,   Houston,  Tex.     Lint 

cleaner  and  batting  machine.     No.   1.425.502;  Aug.   15. 
Alderfer,  John  M.      (See  Trump,   Elno  H.,  assignor.) 
Alderman.  Ene-ene  R..  Holvoke    Mass.     Doffing  apparatus. 

No.    1,410.102;    June    13. 
Alderman.    William   N.,   et  al.      (See   Crippen,   Henry   M., 

assignor.) 
Alderson,     George,     La     Salle,    111.       Pump    jack.       No. 

1.436.002  ;   Nov.   21. 
Alderson.     George,    La    Salle,    111.       Tank    heater.      No. 

1,438.352  ;  Dec.   12 
Aldi,  Angelo  and  J.,   Southington,   Conn.     Valve  grinder. 

No.  1.428.S71  :  Sept.   12. 
Aldi,  Joseph.      (See  Aldi.  Angelo  and  J.) 
Aldon  Engineering  Company.     (See  Morehart,  Forrest  D., 

assignor.) 
Aldred,  Curtis  M.,  Charlotte,  N.  C.     Elevator  floor  safety 

switch.     No.  1,436.137;  Nov.  21. 
Aldricb,  Alonzo,  Biloit,  Wis.     Paper-making  machine.     No. 

1.421,753  ;  July  4. 
Aldricb,    Alonzo,    Bdoit.    Wis.      Paper-making    machine. 

No.  1,421,754;  July  4. 
Aldrich.    Alonzo,    and    A.    L.    Larson,    Beloit,    Wis.  ;    said 

Larson    assignor    to    said    Aldrich.      Paper-making    ma- 
chine.    No.   1.421,752;  July  4. 
Aldrich.    Myron    L..    Madison,   Wis.      Spring   wheel.      No. 

1.438,207:  Dec.   12. 
Aldrich,  William   O.,  assignor  to  Whitin  Machine  Works, 

Whitinsville,  Mass.     Flier.     No.  1,426.443;  Aug.  22. 
Aldrich.    William   T..   Chicopee,    Mass.,   assignor   to   A.   G. 

Spalding  &  Bros.,  New  York,  N.  Y.     Tennis  racket.     No. 

1,427,568  ;    Aug.   29. 
Aldridge,    W.    Herbert,    Portland,    Oreg.      Water    heater. 

No.  1,418,421  ;  June  6. 
Aldridge.  Leonard  S.,  Chazy,  N.  Y.     Roller  bearing.     No. 

1,438,472  ;   Dec.   12. 
Alenius.     William,     Rock     Springs,     Wyo.      Retort.       No. 

1.438.421  ;  Dec.  12. 
Alexander.   Andrew.   New  York,  N.  Y.     Printing  machine. 

No.   1,427,569;   Aug.   29. 
Alexander,   Andy   J.,   et   al.      (See   Bronson,   Fred   L.,   as- 
signor.) 
Alexander,    Arthur.    Brooklyn,    N.    Y.      Game    apparatus. 
No.   1,416,593  ;   May   16. 


INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 

Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Alexander,  Arthur  A.,  and  B.  Morgenthau,  New  York, 
N.  Y.     Lock.    No.  1,426,805  ;  Aug.  22. 

Alexander,  Benjamin,  assignor  to  The  Kaynee  Company, 
Cleveland,  Ohio.  Combined  advertising  and  displaying 
fixture.     No.   1.435.785:   Nov.   14. 

Alexander,  Clinton  B.,  Washington,  D.  C.  Loose-leaf 
binder.     No.  1,434,579  ;  Nov.  7. 

Alexander,  Clive  M.,  Port  Arthur,  Tex.,  assignor  to  Gulf 
Refining  Company,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Purifying  oils.  No. 
1.402.733 :    Jan.    10. 

Alexander,  Clive  M.,  Port  Arthur,  Tex.,  assignor  to  Gulf 
Refining  Company,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Making  low-boiling 
hydrocarbon.      No.    1,404,725 ;    Jan.    31. 

Alexander,  Clive  M.,  Port  Arthur,  Tex.,  assignor  to  Gulf 
Refining  Company,  Pittsburgh.  Pa.  Manufacture  of 
motor  fuel.     No.  1,407,619  ;  Feb.  21. 

Alexander,  Clive  M.,  Port  Arthur,  Tex.,  assignor  to  Gulf 
Refining  Company,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Making  low-boiling 
hydrocarbons.     No.  1,411,255;  Apr.  4. 

Alexander  Construction  Company,  The.  (See  Alexander, 
Orion,  assignor.) 

Alexander,  Donald  M.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Locking  and 
unlocking  mechanism.     No.  1,419,095  ;  June  6. 

Alexander  Hamilton  Institute.  (See  Fleck,  Louis  L.,  as- 
signor.) 

Alexander,  Harris,  et  al.  (See  Bronson,  Fred  L.,  as- 
signor.) 

Alexander,  Harry  H..  Westfield,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Ameri- 
can Smelting  &  Refining  Company.  Recovering  tin.  No. 
1,426,341 ;  Aug.  22. 

Alexander,  Horace  G.,  Dallas.  Tex.  Cleaning  paint, 
grease,  dirt,  and  other  matter  from  vehicles  and  other 
articles.     No.   1.437.331  :   Nov.   28. 

Alexander,  Jesse  W.,  Birmingham.  Ala.  Machine  for  mak- 
ing cement  roofing  tile.     No.  1.428.351  ;  Sept.  5. 

Alexander,  John  E.,  and  W.  G.  Gehrs,  Port  Edwards, 
Wis.  Plate  attachment  for  exhaust  manifolds.  No. 
1,434,358;  Nov.  7. 

Alexander,  John  W.  (See  Thayer,  F.  A.  J.,  and  Alex- 
ander.) 

Alexander,  Lake  C.     (See  Avril,  Joseph,  assignor.) 

Alexander,  Orion,  assignor  to  The  Alexander  Construc- 
tion Company,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Moving  buildings  from 
one  site  to  another.     No.  1,418.510  ;  June  6. 

Alexander,  Philip,  Jr.,  Churchville,  N.  Y.  Toy  binding 
machine.     No.  1,419,096  ;  June  6. 

Alexander,  True,  assignor  to  Norton  Iron  Works.  Ashland, 
Ky.  Reel  for  barbing  machines.  No.  1,440,122; 
Dec.  26. 

Alexander,  William  S.,  Elsmere,  Del.  Quick-releasable 
nut  and  bolt.     No.  1,406,804;  Feb.   14. 

Alexander,  William  T.,  et  al.  (See  Torrey,  Charles  L., 
assignor.  1 

Alexanderson,  Charles.  (See  Durkee,  E.  W.,  and  Alexan- 
derson.) 

Alexanderson,  Ernst  F.  W.,  Schenectady,  N.  Y.,  assignor 
to  General  Electric  Company.  Removing  sleet  from  an- 
tennae.    No.  1,404,726;  Jan.   31. 

Alexanderson,  Ernst  F.  W.  Schenectady,  N.  Y.,  assignor 
to  General  Electric  Company.  Amplifying  system.  No. 
1,419,797;    June    13. 

Alexanderson,  Ernst  F.  W.,  Schenectady,  N.  Y.,  assignor 
to  General  Electric  Company.  Rotary  transforming 
apparatus.     No.  1,420,398;  June  20. 

Alexanderson,  Ernest  F.  W.,  Schenectady,  N.  Y.,  assignor 
to  General  Electric  Company.  High-frequency  alter- 
nator.   No.  1,426,943  ;  Aug.  22. 

Alexanderson,  Ernest  F.  W.,  Schenectady,  N.  Y.,  assignor 
to  General  Electric  Company.  Radiosignaling  system. 
No.  1,426,944  ;  Aug.  22. 

Alexandre,  Frederick  F.,  Cedarhurst,  N.  Y.  Bumper  for 
automobiles.      No.    1,436,559 ;    Nov.    21. 

Alexay,  Adalbert,  Avenel,  N.  J.  Gear-generating  machine. 
No.  1,408.792  ;  Mar.  7. 

Alexay,  Adalbert,  Avenal,  N.  ,")'.,  assignor  to  Simplex  Paper 
Accessories  Co.  Inc.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Dispensing  device. 
No.  1,423,063;  July  18. 

Algeo,  Frank  G.,  Hutchinson,  Kans.  Garden-hose  support. 
No.  1.435,786;  Nov.  14. 

Alger,  Charles  M.,  Hannibal,  Mo.  Tool  for  removing 
dents  from  automobile  fenders.     No.  1,403,887  ;  Jan.  17. 

Alger,  Harley  C,  Oak  Park,  111.  Lost-motion  take-up  for 
printing  presses  or  the  like.    No.  1,430,274  ;  Sept.  26. 

Alguire,  Clifford  G.,  Madison,  S.  Dak.  Elevating  rack  for 
beds.     No.  1,422,405;  July  11. 

Alien  Property  Custodian.     (See  Koch,  Norbert,  assignor.) 

Alien  Property  Custodian.     (See  Zahn.  Robert,  assignor.) 

Alioth,  Manfred,  and  E.  Bodmer,  assignors  to  Durand  & 
Huguenin  S.  A.,  Basel,  Switzerland.  Dyestuffs  dyeing 
on  mordant  and  making  same.     No.  1,403,888;  Jan.  17. 

Aliquo,  Francesco.  Rome,  Italy.  Steering  mechanism. 
No.  1,420,231  ;  June  20. 

Alkan,  Robert,  Paris,  France.  Tumbler  switch.  No. 
1,437,702  ;  Dec.  5. 

Alkire,  John  L.,  Denver,  Colo.  License  tag.  No.  1,408,059  ; 
Feb.  28. 

Alkire,  Lu  E.,  and  Wiley  H.  Carter,  Forest  City,  Mo.  Ven- 
tilating system  for  vehicles.     No.  1,439,681  ;  Dec.  26. 

Allain,  Jacques,  Montreal,  Quebec,  Canada.  Lock.  No. 
1.435,682;   Nov.    14. 

Allan,  Alexander,  Middletown,  R.  I.  Method  of  and  appa- 
ratus for  raising  sunken  ships.     No.  1,421,887  ;  July  4. 


Allan,  Charles  D.,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  A.  L. 
Fritzsche,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Valve  for  fire-extinguisher 
systems.     No.  1,436.932  ;  Nov.  28. 

Allan,  Charles  S.      (See  Longshaw,  F..  and  Allan.) 

Allan,  Frederick  W.  (See  Wiggins,  E.  J.,  and  Hebeler, 
assignors.) 

Allan,  George  W.     (See  Brittain,  Isaac  M.,  assignor.) 

Allan,  Hugh  L.,  Ayr,  Scotland.  "Fractionating  apparatus. 
No.  1,421,8S6  ;  July  4. 

Mian,  Percy,  Montclair,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  A.  B.  Sands  & 
Son  Co.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Marine  closet.  No. 
1.421.362;  July  4. 

Allan,  Richard  S.,  assignor  to  Messrs.  Reid  Press  Limited, 
Hamilton,  Ontario.  Canada.  Folding  display  box.  No. 
1,410,869  ;  Mar.  28. 

Alland,  Felix  and  J.,  Boston.  Mass.  Sanitary  drinking 
cup.     No.  1,434,359  ;  Nov.  7. 

Alland,  James.     (See  Alland,  Felix  and  J.) 

Allard,  J  Frank,  Brooklyn,  assignor  to  Underwood  Type- 
writer Company,  New  York.  N.  Y.  Typewriting  ma- 
chine.   No.  1,406,162;  Feb.  14. 

Allard,  J  Frank,  Brooklyn,  assignor  to  Underwood  Type- 
writer Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Typewriting  ma- 
chine.     No.    1,421,134;    June  2.7. 

Allbaugh,  Byron  D.,  Dierks,  Ark.  Self-adjusting  nut.  No. 
1,408,962  ;  Mar.  7. 

All  bright,  Edwin  F.,  Atlantic,  assignor,  by  mesne  assign- 
ments, to  Grid  Flat  Slab  Corporation,  Boston,  Mass. 
Concrete  floor  or  slab  forming  means.  No.  1,434,242  ; 
Oct.  31. 

Allbright-Nell  Co.     (See  Lundell.  Alvin  O..  assignor.) 

Allbright,  William  B.,  Chicago,  111.  Hydrogenating  proc- 
ess.    No.  1,404,708;  Jan.  24. 

Allbright,  William  B.,  Chicago,  111.  Hydrogenating  appa- 
ratus.    No.  1,404,709  ;  Jan.  24. 

Allden,  George  II.,  Folkestone,  England.  Tread  band  for 
pneumatic    tires.      No.    1,425,356 ;    Aug.    8. 

Alldredge,  Eunos  A.,  Holly  Pond,  Ala.  Car  and  doors 
therefor.     No.  1,432,146  ;  Oct.  17. 

Alldredge,  Francis  B.,  Des  Moines,  Iowa.  Bailer  struc- 
ture.    No.  1,421,363  ;  July  4. 

Alldredge,  Francis  B.,  Des  Moines,  Iowa.  Device  and 
process  for  automatically  preventing  the  accumulation 
of  water  in  gas  wells.     No.   1,439,391 ;  Dec.  19. 

Allebrand,  Charles  W.,  and  C.  G.  Guyatt,  Duquesne,  Pa. 
Utility   carriage   device.     No.    1,431,862 ;   Oct.    10. 

Allegheny  Steel  Company.  (See  Hostettler,  Leigh  W., 
assignor.)  • 

Allen,  Alfred,  Birmingham,  England.  Pencil  and  pen 
clip.     No.  1,421,657  ;  July  4. 

Allen,  Anson  W.      (See  Ryding.  H.  C,  and  Allen.) 

Allen,  Arthur  F.,  A.  F.  McCoy,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  and  R.  O. 
Sternberger,  Newark,  N.  J.,  assignors  to  Tidewater 
Paper  Mills  Company,  Brooklyn.  N.  Y.  Removing  print- 
ers' ink  from  paper.     No.  1,406,322  ;  Feb.  14. 

Allen,  Asa  T..  Ocean  View,  Va.  Animal  trap.  No. 
1,435,576  ;  Nov.  14. 

Allen,  Austin  O.  (See  French,  E.  H.,  Withrow,  and 
Allen.) 

Allen,  Austin  O.,  Merchantville,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  John 
Lucas  &  Co.,  Inc.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Manufacturing  ar- 
senate of.  lead.     No.  1,427,049  ;  Aug.  22. 

Allen,  Bona,  Jr.,  Buford,  Ga.  Nonslip  belt.  No.  1,420,604  ; 
June  20. 

Allen,  Carl  S.,  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Overalls.  No.  1,410,541 ; 
Mar.  28. 

Allen,  Carlton  H.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  Great  Northern 
Paper  Company,  Millinocket,  Me.  Pulp-thickening  ma- 
chine.    No.   1.421.364;   July   4. 

Allen,  Carlton  H.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  Great  Northern 
Paper  Company,  Millinocket,  Me.  Valve  mechanism. 
No.  1,430,427  ;  Sept.  26. 

Allen,  Carlton  H.,  and  E.  J.  Trimbey,  Glens  Falls,  N.  Y., 
assignor  of  one-half  to  Great  Northern  Paper  Company, 
Millinocket,  Me.  Process  and  apparatus  for  preparing 
paper-making  stock.      (Reissue.)     No.   15,311  ;  Mar.  21. 

Allen,  Charles,  El  Paso,  Tex.  Settling  tank.  No. 
1,406,323;  Feb.  14. 

Allen,  Charles,  EI  Paso,  Tex.  Settling  and  thickening  de- 
vice.   No.  1,408,154  ;  Feb.  28. 

Allen,  Charles,  El  Paso,  Tex.  Closed  grinding  circuit.  No. 
1,408,155  ;  Feb.  28. 

Allen,  Charles,  El  Paso,  Tex.  Hydraulic  classifier.  No. 
1,410,152  ;   Mar.  21. 

Allen,  Charles,  El  Paso,  Tex.  Ore  classifier.  No.  1,429,480  ; 
Sept.  19. 

Allen,  Charles  C.,  Indianola,  Nebr.  Gauge.  No.  1,419,004  ; 
June   6. 

Allen,  Charles  H.,  Attleboro,  Mass.  Collar  holder.  No- 
1.404,257  ;  Jan.  24. 

Allen,  Charles  H.,  Attleboro,  Mass.  Fastener.  Ne 
1,438,739;   Dec.   12. 

Allen,  Charles  H.,  Chicago,  111.  Headlight.  No.  1,416,434  r 
May  16. 

Allen,  Charles  I-L,  Claremont,  N.  H.,  assignor  to  Sullivan 
Machinery  Company.  Lubricator.  No.  1,405,375 ; 
Jan.  31. 

Allen,  Charles  J.,  Moorestown,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  S.  L. 
Allen  &  Co.,  Inc.     Cultivator.     No.  1,425.932  ;  Aug.  15. 

Allen,  Charles  J.,  Moorestown,  N.  J.,  and  J.  Mader,  Philadel- 
phia, Pa.,  assignors  to  S.  L.  Allen  &  Co.,  Inc.  Agricul- 
tural implement.     No.   1,418,049;   May  30. 


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Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Allen,  Charles  R..  Ashtabula,  Ohio.  Fastening  device  for 
vehicle  tops.     No.  1,416,435  :  May  16. 

-Ulen,  Charles  R.,  assignor  to  The  Ashtabula  Bow  Socket 
Company,  Ashtabula,  Ohio.  Fastening  device  for  vehicle 
tops.     No.  1,438,353;  Dec.  12. 

Allen,  Chester  B.,  Memphis,  Tenn.  Vehicle  wheel.  No. 
1,415,288;   May  9. 

Allen,  Chris,  Huntington  Beach,  Calif.  Flow  nipple.  No. 
1,404,724  ;  Jan.  31. 

Allen  Cone  Co.,  The.      (See  Shaw,   Edmund,  assignor.) 

Allen,  David  H.,  Sulfur,  Colo.  Wire  stretcher.  No. 
1,410.523  ;  Mar.  21. 

Allen,  David  R.,  and  .T.  Franek,  Omaha,  Nebr.  Indicating 
device  for  theater  seats.     No.  1,420,057  ;  Sept.  12. 

Allen,  Douglas  M.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  D.  Gross,  Lake 
Charles.  La.  Adapter  switch  for  ceiling  fans.  No. 
1,404.080  ;  Jan.  17. 

Allen.  Edward  A.,  Portland.  Me.  Apparatus  for  elec- 
trolysis.    No.  1,407.313;  Feb.  21. 

Allen,  Edward  B.,  Bridgeport,  Conn.,  assignor  to  The 
Singer  Manufacturing  Company.  Thread  cutting  ^_and 
nipping  mechanism  for  sewing  machines.  No.  1,404,727  ; 
Jan.   31. 

Allen,  Edward  B.,  Newtown,  Conn.,  assignor  to  The  Sin- 
ger Manufacturing  Company.  Buttonhole-sewing  ma- 
chine.     (Reissue.)      No.   15,324;   Apr.   4. 

Allen,  Edward  B.,  Newtown,  Conn.,  assignor  to  The 
Singer  Manufacturing  Comoany,  Elizabeth,  N.  J.  But- 
tonhole-sewing machine.     No.  1,41S,223  ;  May  30. 

Allen,  Edward  E.,  assignor  to  Allen  Machine  Company, 
Erie,   Pa.      Vulcanizing  press.     No.   1,415,082 ;   May   9. 

Allen,  Erhard,  assignor  to  The  Dayton  Display  Fixture 
Company,  Dayton,  Ohio.  Display  rack.  No.  1,411,553  ; 
Apr.   4. 

Allen,  Erhard,  assignor  to  The  Dayton  Display  Fixture 
Company,  Dayton,  Ohio.  Display  rack.  No.  1,411,554  ; 
Apr.    4. 

Allen,  Erhard,  assignor  to  The  Dayton  Display  Fixture 
Company,  Davton,  Ohio.  Hand  truck.  No.  1,429,918  ; 
Sept.  26. 

Allen.  Ernest  E.,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Brush.  No. 
1,413.700;  Apr.  25. 

Allen,  Eugene,  assignor  of  one-fourth  to  L.  J.  Lester, 
Clarion,  Iowa.     Method  of  and  means  for  cleaning  and 


Allen 


repairing  crank-case  oil  tubes.  No.  1,430.527  ;  Oct.  3. 
len,  Frank  M.,  Ridley  Park,  Pa.,  assignor  to  General 
Chemical  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Gassing  liquors 
with  SO-.     No.  1,422,327  ;  July  11. 

Allen,  Frank  R.     (See  Mitchell,  William  P.,  assignor.) 

Allen,  Frederick  L.,  Boise,  Idaho.  Wrench.  No. 
1.409,811  ;  Mar.  14. 

Allen,  George  B.,  Atlanta,  Ga.  Rotatable  brush.  No. 
1,425.435;    Aug.    8. 

Allen,  George  F.,  Oronogo,  Mo.  Hydrocarbon-oil  burner. 
No.  1,430,428  ;   Sept.  26. 

Allen,  George  L.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Cushion  wheel.  No. 
1,427,995  ;  Sept  5. 

Allen,  George  P.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Universal  piston- 
rod   connection.     No.    1,427,673 ;   Aug.   29. 

Allen,  George  W.,  Pocatello,  Idaho.  Bag  rack.  No. 
1,411,895;    Apr.   4. 

Allen,   H.   A.,   Co.      (See  Metcalf.   Alpha  H..  assignor.) 

Allen,  Harry  B.,  assignor  to  F.  M.  Howell  &  Co.,  Elmira, 
N.  Y.  Folding  paper  box,  box  corner,  and  blank  there- 
for.     No.    1,411,555 ;    Apr.    4. 

Allen,  Harry  II.,  Washington,  D.  C.  assignor  to  M.  L.  H. 
Smith.  Watervliet,  N.  Y.  Folding  machine.  No. 
1,402,035  ;  Jan.  3. 

Allen.  Harry  L.,  Cleveland.  Ohio.  Machine  for  shaping 
and   tempering  metal.     No.    1.434, 1S4  ;   Oct.    31. 

Allen,  Howard  G.,  assignor  to  The  J.  L.  Morrison  Com- 
pany. Inc.,  Niagara  Falls,  N.  Y.  Stapling  machine.  No. 
1,430,048  ;   Sept.  26. 

Allen,  Jackson  M.,  Grove  City,  Pa.  Valve.  No.  1,417,291 ; 
May  23. 

Allen,  James  A.,  Choccolocco,  Ala.  Cultivating  imple- 
ment.    No.  1,415,759  ;  May  9. 

Allen,  James  IT.      (See  McKee,  S.  W..  and  Allen.) 

Allen,  Joseph  B..  Woolahra,  near  Sydney,  assignor  of  one- 
half  to  H.  J.  Preston,  Sydney.  New  South  Wales.  Aus- 
tralia. Supporting  and  holding  bracket  for  curtain 
rods  and  the  like.     No.  1.431,353:  Oct.   10. 

Allen,  Joseph  H.,  Chicago,  111.  assignor  to  General  Elec- 
tric Company.  System  of  electric  lighting.  No. 
1.434,727  f  Nov.  7. 

Allen,  Joseph  J.,  Crook,  England.  Tool  for  refacing  valve 
seats.     No.  1,406,139;  Feb.  7. 

Allen,  Le  Rov  B.,  Cleveland.  Ohio.  Counter  attachment. 
No.    1,403,368 ;    Jan.    10. 

Allen,  Louise,  Hawarden,  Iowa.  Cigar  rest.  No.  1,423,507  ; 
July    25. 

Allen,  Mabelle  J.,  Boston,  Mass.  Educational  game  for 
teaching  music.     No.  1,406.960  ;  Feb.  21. 

Allen  Machine  Company.  (Sec  Allen,  Edward  E.,  as- 
signor.) 

Allen,  Marcus,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Valve.  No. 
1,438,081  ;  Dec.  5. 

Allen  Morrison  Sign  Company.  (See  Hudson,  William  L., 
assignor.) 

illen,  Napoleon  B-,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Clamp.  No. 
1,419,193;    June    13. 

Allen,  Paul  W.     (See  Lenders,  A.  W.  H.,  and  Allen.) 


Allen,  Paul  W.,  Cedar  Rapids,  Iowa,  assignor,  by  mesne 
assignments,  to  Penick  &  Ford,  Ltd.  Incorporated. 
Manufacture  of  grape  sugar.     No.  1,422.328  ;  July  11. 

Allen,  Robert,  Woodcote,  Reading.  England.  Gudgeon-pin 
bush  for  pistons.     No.   1,415,422  ;  May  9. 

Allen,  Robert  M.     (See  Miller,  C.  F.,  and  Allen.) 

Allen,  Roy  M.,  Bloomfield,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Western  Elec- 
tric Company,  Incorporated,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Elec- 
trical switching  device.     No.   1,415,972  ;  May  16. 

Allen,  Roy  M.,  Bloomfield,  and  Paul  Neill,  East  Orange, 
N.  J.,  assignors  to  Western  Electric  Company,  Incor- 
porated, New  York,  N.  Y.  Compensator.  No.  1,415,973  ; 
May  16 

Allen,  Roy  N.,  and  J.  N.  Todd,  Seattle,  Wash.  Truck. 
No.    1,437,212  ;   Nov.    28. 

Allen,  S.  L.,  &  Co.  (See  Allen,  C.  J.,  and  Mader,  as- 
signors.) 

Allen,  S.  L.,  &  Co.      (See  Allen,  Charles  J.,   assignor.) 

Allen,  S.  L.,  &  Co.      (See  Richie,  David  R.,  assignor.) 

Allen,  S.  L.,  &  Co.  (See  Warren,  W.  C,  and  Kier,  as- 
signors.) 

Alien,  S.  L.,  &  Co.  Tuc.     (See  Bowen,  James  M.,  assignor.) 

Allen,  S.  L.,  &  Co.,  Inc.  (See  Dowler,  Jacob  W.,  as- 
signor.) 

Allen,  Scott  E.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Accelerator  for  water- 
cooled  machines.     No.  1,415,974  ;  May  16, 

Allen  Typewriter  Company.  (See  Uhlig,  Richard  W.,  as- 
signor.) 

Allen,  W.  D.,  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Ryerson, 
Thorval    L.,    assignor.) 

Allen,  W.  P.,  et  al.,  trustees.  (See  Paul,  Christian  F., 
Jr.,  assignor.) 

Allen,  William  A.,  Yonkers,  .N.  Y.,  and  C.  C.  Abbe,  Essex 
Fells,  N.  J.,  assignors  to  A.  Schrader's '  Son,  Incorpo- 
rated, New  York.  N.  Y.  Tire-pressure  gauge.  No. 
1.402.729  ;   Jan.   10. 

Allen,  William  C.,  Newton,  Miss.  Cotton  condenser  and 
packer.     No.  1,436,374  ;  Nov.  21. 

Allen,  William  E.     (See  Jones,  Everett  R.,  assignor.) 

Allen,  William  G.,  Hartford.  Conn.  Driving  mechanism 
for   drill   presses.      No.   1,431,354 ;    Oct.   10. 

Allen,  William  H.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Weatherproofing  clay. 
No.   1,421,888  ;   July   4. 

Allen,  William  I-L,  Momence,  111.,  assignor  to  R.  C.  Pen- 
field.  New  York.  N.  Y.  Brick-hacking  machine.  No. 
1,414,998;  May  2. 

Allen,  William  R.,  and  T.  K.  McRea,  Glacier,  Wash.  ;  said 
McRea  assignor  to  said  Allen.  Spar-tree  protector  and 
fastening  device  for  high-lead  blocks.  No.  1,423,292 ; 
July  18. 

Allen,  Willis  H.,  Syracuse,  N.  Y.  Chime  attachment  for 
clocks.     No.  1,426,806  ;  Aug.  22. 

Allen  Wrench  &  Tool  Company.  (See  Webster,  Oscar  A,, 
assignor.) 

Allenbaugh,  George  G.,  Mansfield,  Ohio.  Swimming  de- 
vice.    No.  1,422.071  ;  July  11. 

Allender,  Charles  W.  G.,  Denver,  Colo.  Clamp  for  protect- 
ing tires.     No.  1,426,532  ;  Aug.  22. 

Alles,  Conrad,  Three  Rivers,  Calif.  Traction  wheel.  No. 
1,408,238  ;  Feb.  28. 

Alios.  Henry,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Current  motor.  No. 
1,432,271  ;    Oct.    17. 

Alles,  Henry,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Current  motor.  No. 
1,434,357  ;  Oct.  31. 

Alles.  John,  Exeter,  assignor  of  one-half  to  A.  Dinkins, 
Woodlake.  Calif.  Controlling  device  for  electric  cir- 
cuits.    No.  1,412,591;  Apr.  11. 

Alles,  Louis  H.,  Wilmington,  Del.  Toothbrush.  No. 
1,415,760;    May    9. 

Allhiser,  Edward  J.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Apparatus  for 
treating   hides.      No.   1,411,249 ;   Apr.    4. 

Alliance  Machine  Company,  The.  (See  Keller,  Walter  D., 
assignor.) 

Allie,  Edgar  H.,  Holyoke,  Mass.  Dividers.  No.  1,436,848  : 
Nov.  28. 

Allied  Golf  Company.      (See  White,  James   S..  assignor.) 

Alline,  Russell  S..  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Dispensing  device. 
No.  1,438,740;  Dec.  12. 

Ailing,  Edward  R..  and  F.  F.  Wolf,  assignors  to  Rice  & 
Adams  Corporation,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.  Can-inverting  device 
for  can  -  washing  machines  and  the  like.  No.  1,421,056  ; 
June   27. 

Ailing.  Johan  A.,  Stockholm,  Sweden.  Pen  nib.  No. 
1.432,147;    Oct.    17. 

Allingham,  James,  Chicago,  111,  Pop-up  waste-valve  mech- 
anism.   No.  1,408,239  ;  Feb.  28. 

Allingham,  John,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Process  of  and  ap- 
paratus for  recovering  metals  from  ores.  No.  1,403,463  ; 
Jan.     10. 

Allington,  William  W.  (See  Williams,  William  M.,  as- 
signor.) 

Allis-Chalmers  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Binder, 
Homer  P.,  assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Cheney, 
Herbert  W.,  assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Deutsch, 
Edward   I.,  assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Geist,  Wal- 
ter, assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  George, 
Edgar    C,    assignor.)       (Reissue.) 

Allis-Chalmers  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Humphrey, 
Noah  W.,  assignor.) 


10 


INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Allis-Chalmers  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Kane, 
John  J.,  assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Lieber, 
William   H.,  assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  McCoy, 
James   P.   A.,   assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Newhouse, 
Ray  C,  assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Patitz, 
Johann  F.  M.,  assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Wersel, 
Charles  J.,  assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  William- 
son, Robert  B.,  assignor.) 

Allis,  Dexter  W.,  Whitman,  Mass.  Speed  governor  for 
phonographs  and  other  purposes.  No.  1,432,943 ; 
Oct.   24. 

Allis,  Dexter  W.,  Whitman,  Mass.  Yielding  driving  mecha- 
nism.    No.   1,436,072  ;   Nov.  21. 

Allis,  Hannora  E.,  administratrix.     (See  Allis,  Thomas  V.) 

Allis,  Thomas  V.,  deceased,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  :  H.  E.  Allis, 
administratrix.  Machine  for  charging  sheet  and  tin- 
plate  bars  into  furnaces.     No.  1,402,036;  Jan.  3. 

Allis,  Thomas  V.,  deceased,  by  H.  E.  G.  Allis,  adminis- 
tratrix, Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Method  of  and  furnace  for 
heat-treating  sheet  and  tin-plate  bars.  No.  1,417,012  ; 
May  23. 

Allison,  Arthur  E.      (See  Ash,   V.   B.,   and   Allison.) 

Allison.  Clifford  E.,  Portland,  Oreg.  Hoisting  device. 
No.  1,413.884:  Apr.  25. 

Allison,  Daniel  K.,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Machine  for  mixing 
dough.    No.  1,426,444  ;  Aug.  22. 

Allison,  Evangeline  K..  Miami,  Ariz.  Combination  eye- 
brow pencil.     No.  1,429.823:  Sept.  19. 

Allison,    Isaiah.       (See    Leighty,    W.    J.,    and    Allison.) 

Allison,  Isaiah,  Downers  Grove,  and  W.  J.  Leiffbty,  Chi- 
cago, 111.  Combined  tie  plate  and  rail  anchor.  No. 
1.431,769  ;    Oct.    10. 

Allison,  James  M..  assignor  of  one-half  to  E.  W.  Trook, 
Indianapolis.  Ind.    Balloon  kite.    No.  1,432.515  ;  Oct.  17. 

Allison,  John  F.,  et  al.  (See  Underwood,  James  B.,  as- 
signor.) 

Allison.  Robert  P.,  Baltimore,  Md.  Disk  wheel.  No. 
1,428,741  ;  Sept.  12. 

Allison,  Robert  P..  Richmond,  Va.  Disk  wheel.  No. 
1.428.742:  Sept.  12. 

Allison.  Walter  B.     (See  Reid,  F.  G..  and  Allison.) 

Allitb-Prouty  Company.  (See  Lonbom.  A.  H.,  and  Perry, 
assignors.) 

Allith-Prouty   Company.      (See  Older,  Roy  B.,   assignor.) 

Allman,  Charles  W.,  Qttumwa,  Iowa.  Flagstaff.  No. 
1.416,669;  May  23. 

Alison.  Thomas,  and  W.  W.  Sibson.  assignors  to  The 
Philadelphia  Drying  Machine  Company,  Philadelphia. 
Pa.  Device  for  supporting  cbinaware  or  the  like  dur- 
ing manufacture.     No.  1.412.592;  Apr.  11. 

Allsop,  Thomas,  and  W.  W.  Sibson.  assignors  to  Philadel- 
phia Drying  Machine  Company,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Dry- 
ing machine.     No.  1.412.593  :  Apr.  11. 

Allsop,  Thomas,  and  W.  W.  Sibson.  assignors  to  Philadel- 
phia Drying  Machine  Company.  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Dry- 
ing machine.     No.  1  412.594;  Apr.  11.. 

Allsop,  Thomas,  and  W.  W.  Sibson,  assignors  to  The  Phila- 
delphia Drying  Machinery  Company,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
Drying  mnchine.     No.  1.414.973:  May  2. 

Allstntter,  Edwin  E.,  Hamilton,  Ohio.  Latch  for  sliding 
dnnrs.     No.  1.408.240  :  Feb.  28. 

Allsteel  Ridewell  Tire  and  Rubber  Company,  The.  (See 
Huetter,  Andrew,  assignor.) 

Alls' eeleouip  Company.  "  (Spo  Erickson.  Axel  F.,  assignor.) 

All-Stopl-Fnnin  Company.     (Sen  Goblet.  Peter,  assignor.) 

Allsteel  Ridewell  Tire  and  Rubber  Company.  (See  Huet- 
ter, ADdrew,  assignor.) 

Allwovk,  Robert  II.,  Now  York,  N.  Y.  Flat-top  roll-cover 
<l"Kl.-.      No.    1.421,357;   .Tulv   4. 

Ally  Company  Inc.     CSee  Bullock,  Samuel  A.,  assignor.) 

Allyn.  Leonard  E.,  West  Mystic.  Conn.,  assignor  of  one- 
halt  to  J.  L.  Dalton.  Now  Orleans.  La.  Fluid-current 
conveyers.     No.  1.439.722  ;  Dec.  26. 

Allyn,  Robert  S.,  trustee.  (See  Clark,  Norris  E.,  as 
signor.) 

Allyne,  Edmund  E..  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
Aluminum  Manufactures  Incorporated,  Cleveland,  Ohio. 
Piston.     No.   1.426.138;    Aug.   15. 

Alma  Manufacturing  Company  of  Baltimore  City.  (See 
Kerngood,    Allen    H..   assignor.) 

Almedia.  Jose  M.,  Rock  Springs,  Wyo.  Necktie.  No. 
1.438.885  ;  Dec.   12. 

Almen-Crosby  Motors  Co.  (See  Almen,  John  O.,  assignor.) 
(Reissue.) 

Almen,  John  O.,  Seattle,  Wash.  Internal-combustion  en- 
gine.     No.    1,411.556;    Apr.    4. 

Almen,  John  O.,  assignor  to  Almen-Crosby  Motors  Co.,  Inc., 
Seattle,  Wash.  Tnternal-combustion  engine.  (Reissue.) 
No.  15.442  :  Sept.  5. 

Almen,  John  O.,  Seattle,  Wash.,  assignor  to  Almen-Crosby 
Motors  Company,  Inc.  Internal-combustion  engine.  No. 
1.430.275  :    Sept.  26. 

Almond,  T.  R..  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Hubbell, 
Henry  S.,  assignor.) 

Almy,  Ferdinand  B.,  Melrose,  Mass.  Automobile  top.  No. 
1,403,664  ;  Jan.  17. 


No. 


Alonso.  Segundo  P.,  Habana,  Cuba.  Angle-measuring  ap 
paratus.     No.    1,420,175  ;  June  20. 

Alquist,  Charles  V.,  Norwich,  Conn.  Grinding  machine. 
No.   1,402,704  ;  Jan.  3. 

Alquist,  John  C,  Portland,  Conn.  Tool  holder.  No 
1,422,247;   July    11. 

Alsatian  Machine  Works,  Limited.  (See  Fosscl,  Joseph, 
assignor.) 

Alschausky,  Josef  F.  S.,  Gautzsch,  near  Leipzig,  Ger- 
many.    Trombone.     No.  1,428,675;  Sept.  12. 

Alschuler,  Alfred  S.,  Chicago,  assignor  to  R.  H.  Alschuler, 
Winnetka,  III.  Distributing  and  sorting  merchandise. 
No.  1,440,204;  Dec.  26. 

Alschuler,  Ernest,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Battery  hand  lamp 
No.   1,404,258;  Jan.  24. 

Alschuler.  Ernest,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Battery  hand  lamp. 
No.  1,404.259;  Jan.  24. 

Alschuler,  Ernest,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Battery  hand  lamp. 
No.   1,436.226 ;   Nov.   21. 

Alschuler,  Ernest,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  United  States 
Electric  Manufacturing  Corporation,  New  York,  N  Y. 
Battery  bandlamp.     No.  1,409,147;  Mar.  14. 

Alschuler,  R.  H.     (See  Alschuler,  Alfred  S.,  assignor.) 

Alseika.   Benis.   Brighton,   Mass.     Drilling   machine.      I 
1.409.909;  Mar.  21. 

Alseth,  Stengrim.  Osakis,  Minn.  Flytrap.  No.  1,427,050  ; 
Aug.  22. 

Alsip,  John  F.,  Tacoma,  and  W.  B.  Alsip,  Seattle,  Wash. 
Cigar   tray.     No.   1,439,351  :   Dec.    19. 

Alsip,  Ward  B.     (See  Alsip,  John  F.  and  W.  B.) 

Alsop,  Bertha  S.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Garment  supporter. 
No.   1.404,181  ;  Jan.  24. 

Alsop,  James  N.,  Owensboro,  Ky.,  assignor  to  Packer's 
Meat  Smoking  Corporation,  Chicago,  111.  Treating  or- 
ganic and  inorganic  substances.     No.  1,402,203  ;  Jan.  3. 

Alsop,  James  N.,  Owensboro,  Ky.,  assignor  to  Packer's 
Meat  Smoking  Corporation,  Chicago,  111.  Method  of  and 
apparatus  for  treating  organic  substances.  No. 
1,402,204  ;  Jan.  3. 

Alspaugb,  James  S.,  Portsmouth,  Ohio.  Gear-shifting 
mechanism.     No.  1,402,131  ;  Jan.  3. 

Alspaugb,  James  S.,  Portsmouth,  Ohio.  Means  for  ex- 
tracting sand  from  the  bottoms  of  bodies  of  water. 
No.  1,402,334  ;  Jan.  3. 

Alspaugb,  James  S.,  Portsmouth,  Ohio.  Automatic  gear- 
shift control.     No.  1.413,561  :  Apr.  25. 

Alspaugb,  James  S.,  Portsmouth,  Ohio.  Gear-shift  mech- 
anism.    No.   1,431.207;  Oct.   10. 

Alt,  Otto,  Kiel,  assignor  to  Fried.  Krupp  Aktiengesell- 
schaft  Germaniawerft,  Kiel-Gaarden,  Germanv.  Piston 
for  internal-combustion  engines.     No.  1,405,S87  ;  Feb.  7. 

Altenbaugh,  William  F.  (See  Welch,  J.  C,  and  Alten- 
baugh.) 

Altenberg,  George  P.,  assignor  to  The  Icy-Hot  Bottle  Com- 
pany, Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Dispensing  apparatus.  No. 
1,412.329  ;  Apr.  11. 

Altenberg,  George  P.,  assignor  to  The  Icy-Hot  Bottle  Com- 
pany, Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Dispensing  apparatus.  No. 
1.412.330;  Apr.  11. 

Altergott,  Henry,  Sheboygan,  Wis.  Attachable  band 
brake.      No.    1,417,880;   May   30. 

Altgelt,  Rudolph  J.,  assignor  to  Oliver  Chilled  Plow 
Works,  South  Bend,  Ind.  Ridge-leveling  implement. 
No.    1,405.086;    Jan.    31. 

Altgelt,  Rudolph  J.,  assignor  to  Oliver  Chilled  Plow 
Works,  South  Bend,  Ind.     Plow.    No.  1,405,087  ;  Jan.  31. 

Altgelt,  Rudolph  J.,  assignor  to  Oliver  Chilled  Plow 
Works,  South  Bend,  Ind.    Plow.    No.  1,405,088  ;  Jan.  31. 

Altgelt,  Rudolph  .].,  assignor  to  Oliver  Chilled  Plow 
Works.  South  Bend,  Ind.  Wheel.  No.  1,410,540 ; 
Mar.  28. 

Altgelt,  Rudolph  J.,  assignor  to  Oliver  Chilled  Plow 
Works,  South  Bend.  Ind.  Hitch  device.  No.  1,428,517  ; 
Sept.   12. 

Altgelt,  Rudolph  J.,  assignor  to  Oliver  Chilled  Tlow 
Works,  South  Bend.  Ind.  Yoke  construction  for  rolling 
colters  and  the  like.     No.  1,428.518:   Sept.  12. 

Altgelt,  Rudolph  J.,  assignor  to  Oliver  Chilled  Plow 
Works,  South  Bend.  Ind.  Wheel-operated  power-lift 
mechanism.     No.  1,434,978  ;  Nov.  7. 

AH  tin  us,  Walter  G.,  assignor  of  one-fourth  to  H.  B. 
Richmond,  Shawano,  Wis.  Automatic  stop  for  sound- 
renrodin'ing  machines.     No.  1.420,071  ;  June  20. 

Altheide,  Henry.     (See  Reusch,  W.,  Althcide,  and  Rousch.) 

Althouse,  Charles  F.,  Reading,  Pa.,  assignor  to  L.  Muther, 
Newton,  Mass.  Combined  guide  and  work-holding  de- 
vice for  folding  machines.     No.  1,416,660  ;  May  16. 

Althuon.    Arthur.      fS^o   Nielsen.   N.   C.   and   Althuon.) 

Altieri.  Emilio.  New  York,  N.  Y.  Arch  supporter.  No. 
1.434,471  ;  Nov.  7. 

Altman,  Helen  S.,  Elcho,  Wis.  Portable  wardrobe.  No. 
1,425,228  :    Aug.    8. 

Altman,  William  O.,  Westline,  Pa.  Clothesline.  No. 
1,427,051 ;  Aug.  22. 

Alton.  Francis  O..  Wiiterbury.  Conn.  Auxiliary  air  inlot 
for  internal-combustion  engines.    No.  1,421,135  ;  June  27. 

Altschnler,  Joseph.  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  assignor  to  Keyo- 
grapb  Corporation.  Film  -  numbering  machine.  No. 
1.428.352:    Sopt.  5. 

Altstitdter,  George,  Vienna,  Austria.  Tire-healing  com- 
position.    No.  1,434,764  ;  Nov.  7. 

Altwegg.  Jean,  Lyon.  France,  assignor  to  Societe  Chimique 
des  Usines  du  Rhone,  Paris.  France.  Production  of 
organic  silver  alcosols.     No.  1,413,151;  Apr.  18. 


UNITED    STATES    PATENT    OFFICE,    1!)22. 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


11 


Altwegg,  Jean,  Lyon,  assignor  to  Societe  Chimique  des 
Usines  du  Rhone,  (Anciennement  Gilliard  P.  Monnet 
et  Cartier,)  Paris,  France.  Preparation  of  the  di- 
alkvl  -arnino-etbyl  derivatives  of  theobromine.  No. 
1.414,333;  May  2. 

Altwegg,  Jean,  Lyon.  France,  assignor  to  Societe  Chimique 
Des  Usines  Du  Rhone,  Paris,  France.  Obtaining  cal- 
cium salt  of  acetyl  salicylic  acid.  No.  1,431,863 ; 
Oct.    10. 

Altwegg,  Jean,  and  Joanny  Landrivon,  Lyon,  France,  as- 
signor's to  Societe  Chimique  des  Usines  du  Rhone  (An- 
ciennement Gilliard  P.  Monnet  et  Cartier),  Paris, 
France.  Process  for  the  manufacture  of  new  mono 
and  •di/S-oxyethyl-amino-benzoic  esters.  No.  1,418,900  ; 
June  6. 

Aluminum  Company  of  America.  (See  Edwards,  J.  D., 
Frary,   and   Churchill,   assignors.) 

Aluminum  Company  of  America.  (See  Frary,  Francis  C, 
assignor.) 

Aluminum  Company  of  America.  (See  Hoopes,  William, 
assignor.) 

Aluminum  Company  of  America.  (See  Milligan,  Lowell 
H.,  assignor.) 

Aluminum  Company  of  America.  (See  Sherwin,  Ralph  S., 
assignor.) 

Aluminum  Company  of  America.  (See  Varney,  Theodore, 
assignor.) 

Aluminum  Die-Casting  Corporation.  (See  Bungay,  George 
W.,  assignor.) 

Aluminum  Manufactures  Incorporated.  (See  Allyne,  Ed- 
mund E.,  assignor.) 

Aluminum  Manufactures,  Incorporated.  (See  Ainick,  Clair 
J.,    assignor.) 

Aluminum  Manufacturers,  Incorporated.  (See  Hook, 
Henry  C,  assignor.) 

Aluminum-Scbweisswerk  A.-G.  (See  Grubenmann,  Max, 
assignor.) 

Aluminum  Seal  Company.     (See  Sharp,  John,  assignor.) 

Alvey,  William  S.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Nursing  bottle.  No. 
1,418.208  ;  June  0. 

Alvord,  Clayton  II.  (See  Schwarzmann,  W.  E.,  and 
Alvord.) 

Alvord,  Clinton,  Worcester.  Mass.  Loom  for  weaving 
tufted  pile  fabrics.     No.   1,436.619;  Nov.  21. 

Alvord,  W.  C.     (See  Thomas,  Edwin  E.,  assignor.) 

Alwart,  Paul  J.,  Chicago,  111.  Portable  apparatus  for 
elevating  and  screening  coal  and  other  unscreened  ma- 
terial.    No.  1,432,T3S  ;  Oct.  24. 

Amalgamated  Zinc  De  Bavay's.  (See  Avery,  David,  as- 
signor.) 

Amatel,  Harold.  East  Orange,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Westing- 
house  Lamp  Company.  Shipping,  display,  and  vending 
carton.     No.   1,434,979  ;  Nov.  7. 

Amberg,  Rudolf  H.  (See  Fcldkamp,  Frederick  A.,  as- 
signor.) 

Ambler,  George  B.,  and  H.  F.  Sbaw,  assignors  to  F.  A. 
Whitney  Carriage  Company,  Leominster.  Mass.  Fin- 
ishing articles  in   baslcetware.      No.    1.424,972  ;   Aug.  8. 

Ambler,  Isaac,  Jeannette  Borough,  assignor  to  Jeannette 
Olass  Compnnv,  Jeannette,  Pa.  Glass  display  stand. 
No.    1,438,805 ;    Dec.    12. 

Ambrose.  Davis,  Louisville,  Ky.  Rail  clamp.  No. 
1,418,122;    May    30. 

Ambrose,  Frank  1<\,  Los  Angeles.  Calif.,  assignor  to  Union 
Steam  Pump  Company.  Battle  Creek,  Mich.  Rotary 
pump.     No.  1.407,620;  Feb.  21. 

Ambrose,  Ranford  II.,  Denver,  Colo.  Wrench.  No. 
1,405,250;    Jan.    31. 

Ambuhl,  William  H.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Dental  imple- 
ment.    No.  1,433.332  ;  Oct.   24. 

Ambursen  Engineering  Company.  (See  Ambursen,  Nils 
F.,    assignor.) 

Ambursen,  Nils  F.,  Newton,  Mass.,  assignor,  by  mesne 
assignments,  to  Ambursen  Engineering  Company.  Ap- 
paratus for  constructing  concrete  floors.  No.  1,439,281  ; 
Dec.   19. 

Amburson,  Gustave  A.,  Sin  Francisco,  Calif.  Motor  sled. 
No.    1,419,483;    June    13. 

Amelianovich,  Joseph  A.,  Chicago.  111.  Thermostatically- 
controlled  sadiron.     No.  1,435,096  ;  Nov.  7. 

Ameln,  Robert,  and  C.  O.  J.  Montelius,  Stockholm,  Swe- 
den, assignors  to  Svenska  Ackumulator-Aktiebolaget 
Jungner,  Stockholm.  Sweden.  Electrode  for  electric 
cells.      No.    1,411,256;   Apr.   4. 

Amend,  Qtto  P.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Carbureting  liquid 
fuels.     No.   1,423,064;   July   18. 

Amendt,  Hubert,  and  H.  Scherer,  Ottawa.  111.  Operating 
mechanism  for  turntables.     No.  1,410,442  ;  Mar.  21. 

American  Abrasive  Metals  Company.  (See  Bowers,  Wil- 
liam C,  assignor.) 

American  Abrasive  Metals  Company.  (See  Edmondson, 
Ralph    S.,   assignor.) 

American  Abrasive  Metals  Company.  (See  Napolitan, 
Francis  J.,  assignor.) 

American  Aero  Company.     (See  Jnelson,  Edwin,  assicnor.) 

American  Arch  Company.  (See  Anthony,  James  T.,  as- 
signor.) 

American  Arch  Company.  (See  Himmelrigbt,  Raleigh  J., 
assignor.) 

American  Arch  Company.      (See  Neff.  John  P.,  assignor.) 

American  Arch  Company.  (See  Willett,  Alfred  H.,  as- 
signor.) 

American  Atomized  Fuel  Company.  (See  Gentine,  Howard 
I.,    assignor.) 


American  Atomized  Fuel  Company.  (See  Whitaker,  Wil- 
liam  H.,   assignor.) 

American  Automatic  Connector  Company,  The.  (See 
Barber,  Martin  A.,  assignor.) 

American  Automatic  Lock  and  Lift  Company.  (See  Cane, 
Gordon   F.,  assignor.) 

American  Automatic  Lock  and  Lift  Company.  (See 
Wheelock,  Arthur  C,  assignor.) 

American  Automatic  Scale  Company.  (See  Osgood,  Louis 
A.,  assignor.) 

American  Automatic  Train  Control  Corporation.  (See 
Quarles,    Charles    H.,    assignor.) 

American  Balsa  Company.  (See  Broady,  Harry  W.,  as- 
signor.) 

American  Balsa  Company.  (See  Lundin,  Andreas  P.,  as- 
,  signor.) 

American  Bank  Note  Company.  (See  Green,  Warren  L., 
assignor.) 

American  Bank  Note  Company.  (See  Smith,  Amos  H., 
assignor.) 

American  Blower  Company.  (See  Hazazer,  Edgar  P.,  as- 
signor.) 

American  Bosch  Magneto  Corporation.  (See  Rosenthal, 
L.   W.,   and  Lang,   assignors.) 

American  Bosch  Magneto  Corporation.  (See  Schwarz- 
mann, W.  E.,  and  Alvord,  assignors.) 

American  Bosch  Magneto  Corporation.  (See  Schwarz- 
mann, Wolfgang  E.,  assignor.) 

American  Bottle  Cap  Company.  (See  Blakeslee,  Everett 
L.,  assignor.) 

American  Box  Board  Company.  (See  Bither,  Frederick 
H.,  assignor.) 

American  Brake  Company,  The.  (See  Bedford,  John  E., 
assignor.) 

American  Brake  Company,  The.  (See  Wahlert,  II.  A.,  and 
Redford,  assignors.) 

American  Brake  Shoe  &  Foundry  Company,  The.  (See 
Thompson,  James  S.,  assignor.) 

American  Brass  Company,  The.  (See  Coe,  James  R.,  as- 
signor.) 

American  Bromine  Company.  (See  Tobler,  Henri,  as- 
signor.)   (Reissue.) 

American  Buckle  Co.,  The.  (See  Hodge,  Robert  J.,  as- 
signor.) 

American  Bureau  of  Engineering,  Inc.  (See  Peers,  Henry 
E.,  assignor.) 

American  Button  &  Fastener  Co.  (See  Elliott,  William  E., 
assignor.) 

American  Button  &  Fastener  Co.  (See  Latham,  Albert, 
assignor.) 

American  Can  Company.  (See  Butler,  William  F.,  as- 
signor.) 

American  Can  Company.  (See  Dunn,  George  I-L,  as- 
signor.) 

American  Can  Company.  (See  Fleischer,  Paul  W.,  as- 
signor.) 

American  Can  Company.  (See  Graham,  Charles  W., 
assignor.) 

American  Can  Company.      (See  Grass,   Alfred,   assignor.) 

American  Can  Company.     (See  Gray.  James  A.,  assignor.) 

American  Can  Company.  (See  Hodgson,  John  G.,  as- 
signor.) 

American  Can  Company.  (See  Hothersall,  John  M., 
assignor.) 

American  Can  Company.      (See  Johnson.  Axel,  assignor.) 

American  Can  Company.     (See  Jones.  Harry  W.,  assignor.) 

American  Can  Company.  (See  Kenny,  William  J.,  as- 
signor.) 

American  Can  Company.      (See  Miller,   Henry,   assignor.) 

American  Can  Company.  (See  Rudolphi,  Frank,  as- 
signor.) 

American  Can  Company.  (See  Taylor,  William  E.,  as- 
signor.) 

American  Can  Company.  (See  Thornburgh,  Ivan  D., 
assignor.) 

American  Can  Company.  (See  Widell,  Magnus  E.,  as- 
signor.) 

American  Can  Company.  (See  Wood,  Frederick  P.,  as- 
signor.) 

American  Car  Company.  (See  Schechter,  Bernard,  as- 
signor.) 

American  Car  and  Foundry  Company.  (See  Baird,  Wil- 
liam S.,  assignor.) 

American  Car  and  Foundry  Company.  (See  Constantine, 
Aiphonse  A.,  assignor.) 

American  Car  and  Foundry  Company.  (See  Cork,  Tudor 
C,  assignor.) 

American  Car  and  Foundry  Company.  (See  Flinn,  Frank 
P.,  assignor.) 

American  Car  and  Foundry  Company.  (See  Geoghegan, 
John    T.,    assignor.) 

American  Car  and  Foundry  Company.  (See  Hervig, 
Richard,   assignor.) 

American  Car  and  Foundry  Company.  (See  Hochberg, 
Oscar,  assignor.) 

American  Car  and  Foundry  Company.  (See  Kassler, 
Adolph,   assignor.) 

American  Car  and  Foundry  Company.  (See  Neenan,  John, 
assignor.) 

American  Car  and  Foundry  Company,  et  al.  (See  Ostran- 
der,  A.  E.,  and  Williams,  assignors.) 

American  Car  and  Foundry  Company.  (See  Ostrander, 
Allen  E.,   assignor.) 


12 


INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FEOM    THE 

Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


American  Car  and  Foundry  Company.  (See  Penman,  Alan 
C,  assignor.) 

American  Car  and  Foundry  Company.  (See  Steinmeyer, 
John  W.,  assignor.) 

American  Car  and  Foundry  Company.  (See  Stifnagle, 
William   H.,   assignor.) 

American  Car  and  Foundry  Company.  (See  Voss,  Wil- 
liam, assignor.) 

American  Car  and  Foundry  Company.  (See  Wolnick, 
H.  F.,  and  Hervig,  assignors.) 

American  Car  and  Foundry  Company.  (See  Wolnick, 
Henry  F.,   assignor.) 

American  Cardex  Co.  (See  Rand,  J.  H.,  jr.,  and  King,  as- 
signors.) 

American  Casting  and  Manufacturing  Corporation.  (See 
Dietze,   Emil,  assignor.) 

American  Cellone  Company  (Inc.).  (See  Eichengriin, 
Arthur,  assignor.) 

American  Cellulose  and  Chemical  Company,  Limited.  (See 
Briggs,   John   F.,  assignor.) 

American  Cement  Plaster  Company.  (See  Tyler,  Alva 
W.,  assignor.) 

American  Chain  Company.  fSee  Conner,  Edward  A., 
assignor.) 

American  Chain  Company.  (See  Hilliard,  John  H.,  as- 
signor.) 

American  Chain  Company.  (See  Loder,  Howard  W.,  as- 
signor.) 

American  Chain  Company,  (ciee  Reyburn,  John  R.,  as- 
signor.) 

American  Cigar  Company.  (See  Schneider,  Anthony,  as- 
signor.) 

American  Coke  &  Chemical  Company.  (See  Lomax,  Clar- 
ence S.,  assignor.) 

American  Coke  &  Chemical  Company.  (See  Roberts, 
Arthur,  assignor.) 

American  Colortype  Company.  (See  Cooper,  Simon,  as- 
signor.) 

American  Cotton  Oil  Company,  The.  (See  Fulson,  Charles 
H.,  assignor.) 

American  Cotton  Oil  Company,  The.  (See  Lamb,  Karl  B., 
assignor.) 

American  Cotton  Oil  Company,  The.  (See  Phillips,  Cecil 
O.,  assignor.) 

American  Creosoting  Company.  (See  Cook,  J.  C,  and 
Austin,  assignors.) 

American  Dan  Bottle  Seal  Corporation.  (See  Nordstrom, 
Elof,   assignor.) 

American  District  Telegraph  Company.  (See  Hopkins, 
Richard  M.,  assignor.) 

American  District  Telegraph  Company.  (See  Jacoby, 
W  L.,  and  Hopkins,  assignors.) 

American  Dressier  Tunnel  Kilns,  Inc.  (See  Meehan, 
Paul  A.,  assignor.) 

American  Electric  Storage  Battery  Company,  et  al.  (See 
Crissey,  Walter  H.,  assignor.) 

American  Electric  Tool  Company.  (See  Paulero,  Louis, 
assignor. ) 

American  Electrical  Heater  Company.  (See  Kuhn,  F., 
and  Hand,  assignors.) 

American  Electrical  Heater  Company.  (See  Kuhn,  F.,  and 
Thomas,  assignors.) 

American  Electrical  Heater  Company.  (See  Kuhn,  F., 
Thomas,  and  Spiess,  assignors.) 

American  Encaustic  Tiling  Co.,  Ltd.  'See  Lillibridge, 
Harry   D.,  assignor.) 

American  Engineering  Company.  (See  Bryant  Everett  B., 
assignor.) 

American  Engineering  Corporation.  (See  Malm,  Axel 
C.  V.,  assignor.) 

American  Equipment  Company.  (See  Myers,  Thomas  L., 
assignor.) 

American  Equipment  Company.  (See  Sullivan,  William 
J.,  assignor.) 

American  Fixture  &  Show-Case  Mfg.  Company.  (See 
Mendle,  Milton  D..  assignor.) 

American  Floor  Surfacing  Machine  Company,  The.  (See 
Wolfe,  Harry  H.,  assignor.) 

American  Flyer  Manufacturing  Co.  (See  Frohne,  Albin, 
assignor.) 

American  Flyer  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Lowe, 
Ross    II.,   assignor.) 

American  Flyer  Mfg.  Co.  (See  Nichols,  Edgar  B.,  as- 
signor.) 

American  Foundry  Equipment  Company.  (See  Coburn, 
Richard  G.,  assignor.) 

American  Foundry  &  Manufacturing  Co.  (See  Sanders, 
Joseph    C,    assignor.) 

American  Frog  &  Switch  Company,  The.  (See  Haskell, 
James  B.,  assignor.) 

American  Gas  Appliance  Company.  (See  Gamble,  August, 
assignor.) 

American  Gas  Company  of  New  Jersey.  (See  Warner, 
Arthur   W.,   assignor.) 

American  Gas  Machine  Co.     (See  Olsen,  Walter,  assignor.) 

American  Gas  Machine  Company.  (See  Hanson,  Hans 
C,   assignor.)       (Reissue.) 

American  Hard  Rubber  Co.  (See  Boyer,  Edwin  S.,  as- 
signor.) 

American  Hard  Rubber  Co.  (See  Kohlmeyer,  G.,  Wing, 
and  Schelhammer,  assignors.) 

American  Hard  Rubber  Co.  (See  Schelhammer,  Herman, 
assignor.) 


American  Hard  Rubber  Co.     (See  Wing,  C.  E.,  and  Schel- 
hammer,   assignors.) 

American  Hardware  Corporation,  The.      (See  Coney,  Wil- 
liam  T.,   assignor.) 

American  Hardware  Corporation.     (See  Hurd  Norman  B., 
assignor.) 

American   Hardware    Corporation,   The.      (See   Stone,   El- 
mer  B.,   assignor.) 

American    Hardware    Corporation,    The.       (See    Svenson, 
Charles  W.,  assignor.) 

American     Hardware    Corporation,     The.       (See    Teich, 
Ernest  L.,  assignor.) 

American  Hominy  Company.    (See  Beck,  George,  assignor.) 

American    Hominy   Company.      (See   Hill,   George   B.,   as- 
signor.) 

American   Investigation   Corporation.      (See   Schuette,  Jo- 
hann,   assignor.) 

American    La    France    Fire    Engine   Co.      (See   Knoblock, 
James  W.,  assignor.) 

American  Laundry  Machinery  Company,  The.  (See  Andr6e, 
William  E.,  assignor.) 

American     Laundry     Machinery     Company,     The.       (See 
Benjamin,    Dana    H.,   assignor.) 

American  Laundry  Machinery  Company,  The.  (See  Braley, 
Charles  L..  assignor.) 

American  Laundry  Machinery  Company,  The.    (See  Couch, 
Forrest   J.,  assignor.) 

American    Laundry    Machinery    Company.       (See    Cutter, 
Edmund   L,    assignor.) 

American  Laundry  Machinery  Company,  The.     (See  Daly. 
Michael   E.,   assignor.) 

American  Laundry  Machinery  Company,  The.      (See  Mil- 
ler,  Ernest  W.,  assignor.) 

American  Laundry  Machinery  Company,  The.     (See  Frest- 
wich,  Sydney,  assignor.) 

American     Laundry     Machinery     Company,     The.        (See 
Waream,  Charles  E.,  assignor.) 

American   Linen   Company.      (See  Steiner,   George  A.,  as- 
signor.) 

American  Lithographic  Company.     (See  Dietsche,  Adolph, 
Jr.,   assignor.) 

American   Lithographic   Company.      (See   Heinz,   Richard, 
assignor.) 

American   Lithographic  Company.      (See  Scherotto,  John, 
assignor.) 

American  Lux  Products  Corporation.     (See  Troeger,  John 
F.  R.,  assignor.) 

American    Machine    &    Foundry    Company.      (See    Smith, 
Elberon    D.,    assignor.) 

American  Magnesium  Corporation.     (See  Seward,  George 
O.,  assignor.) 

American  Manganese  Steel  Company.     (See  Bennett,  Wil- 
liam  H.   K.,    assignor.) 

American    Manganese   Steel    Company.      (See    Blake,    Jud 
M.,  assignor.) 

American   Manganese   Steel  Company.      (See  Clark,   John 
O.,    assignor.) 

American    Manganese    Steel    Company.       (See    Edwards, 
Frederick  H.,  assignor.) 

American  Manganese  Steel  Company.     CSee  Nichols,  Wes- 
ley G.,  assignor.) 

American    Marine   Equipment   Corporation.      (See   Davis, 
Howard  C.) 

American  Metal  Cap  Company.      (See  Hammer,   Charles, 
assignor.)      (Reissue.) 

American  Metal  Company,  The.     (See  Arstens,  Alexander 
B.,  assignor.) 

American    Metal    Company.       (See    Burkey,    H.    M.,    and 
Schleicher,    assignors.) 

American   Metal    Company.      (See    Hayward,    C.    R.,    and 
Schleicher,   assignors.) 

American  Metal  Furniture  Company.     (See  Miner,  Joseph 
A.,  assignor.) 

American   Meter   Company.      (See   Lane,    George   A.,   as- 
signor.) 

American  Milling  Co.     (See  Chindbloom,  Carl  J.,  assignor.) 

American  Moistening  Company.      (See  Comins,  Frank  B., 
assignor.) 

American  Motor  Body  Company.     (See  Lambert,  A.  L.,  and 
Bell,  assignors.) 

American    Motor  Body   Company.      (See   Lambert,   Albert 
L.,    assignor.) 

American  Motor  Patents  Company.     (See  Morski,  Thomas, 
assignor.) 

American  Multigraph  Company,  The.     (See  Chisholm,  Clif- 
ton,   assignor.)       (Reissue.) 

American  Multigraph  Company,  The.     (See  Craig,  Burnie 
J.,  assignor.) 

American    Multigraph    Company,    The.       (See    Demming, 
William  J.,  assignor.) 

American    Multigraph    Company,    The.      (See    Gammeter, 
Harry    C,    assignor.) 

American  Narrow  Fabric  Company.     (See  Hazelton,  Carl 
J.,    assignor.) 

American    Nickeloid    Company.      (See    Mueller,    John    J., 
assignor.) 

American  Optical  Company.      (See  Arnold,  Arthur  A.,  as- 
signor.) 

American    Optical    Company.      (See   Bugbee,    L.    W.,   and 
Gordon,   assignors.) 

American    Optical    company.      (See    Bugbee,    Lucian    W., 
assignor.) 

American   Optical   Company.      (See   Cozzens,   Charles   O., 
assignor.) 


UNITED    STATES    PATENT    OFFICE,    1022. 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


13 


American  Optical  Company.  (See  Day,  George  H.,  as- 
AmeSn'  Optical  Company.  (See  Dey,  Gilbert  S.,  as- 
AmefS  Optical  Company.  (See  Gunning,  William  A., 
AmerifaT'optical  Company.  (See  Hill,  Harry  W.,  as- 
^mertcan  Optical  Company.  (See  Maynard,  A.  E.,  and 
AmGeUr?cangbpUcgarCompany.  (See  Maynard,  Albert  E.. 
Amtrlcarfoptical  Ccmpany.  (See  McKinstry,  George  W., 
AmlriISan°rOptical  Company.  (See  Schumacher,  E.  L., 
Am%nr1caBUOUOp^aiaCoSnp°ar^.  (See  Schumacher,  Elmer  L„ 
Amlrkarf'Optical  Company.  (See  Sheard,  C,  and  Till- 
AmericaaSulg5ptfcal  Company.  (See  Spaander,  Jan,  as- 
AmS  Optical  Company.  (See  Tillyer,  Edgar  D., 
AmeHfaifoptical  Company.  (See  Worth,  Edmund  W.,  as- 
Amegr°can  Oven  &  Machine  Company.  (See  Eoyan,  George, 
Ameriganr'Piano  Company.  (See  Dwelly,  Edwin  S.,  as- 
Amefica^  Piano  Company.  (See  Russell,  Guy  M.,  as- 
A«S  Piano  Company.  (See  Stoddard,  Charles  F., 
American1" Platinum  Works.  (See  Gaschke,  George,  as- 
American  Production  and  Trading  Company.  (See  Reich- 
mann,  Fr'ink  J.,  assignor.)  „..  „,   w    .      ariA 

American  Pulley  Company,  The.      (See  Bilger,  W.  A.,  and 

Amlrickaen    p1i|iy0Company,    The.      (See    Sbarpless,   John 

American  apu\verizer   Company.      (See   Knittel,    Paul    S., 

AmeSricgan°rKadio   &   Research    Corporation.      (See   Power, 

Am^T|nrJKadtutSUCompany.      (See   Cuntz,   Hermann   P., 

American' Ray lo  Corporation.      (See  Deeks,  Hiram  C.  J., 

AmeS/iiing  Company.     (See  Swick,  C.  P.,  and  Krantz, 

AmfrlcanrRoad  Machinery  Company.     (See  Berry,  Earl  E.. 

Ame8rKa1nrRolling  Mill  Company,  The.     (See  Beck,  W.   J., 

and  Aupperle,   assignors.)  TO1.,       „     „      „.,,, 

American    Rotary    Engine    Co.      (See   White,    H.    S.,    and 

AmeriSn  UotaJ-y1  Engine  Co.     (See  White,  Henry  S.,  as- 

Amsfrican  Rubber  Company.     (See  Gibbons,  W.  A.,  and  Rit- 

■{"pt*     fissisnoi's  ) 
American  Rubber  Company.     (See  Gibbons,  Willis  A.,  as- 

Amegic°arn_  Safety  Device  Company.     (See  Johnston,  Frank 

Americanlgsna°les  Book  Company.     (See  Bottle,  Edward  K., 

Ame?icanrSales  Company.     (See  King,  Roy  D.    assignor.) 
American   Sanitary   Lock   Co.      (See   Morgan,   Donald   C 

Amenfqarf'Sanitary  Refrigeration   Co.      (See  Fischbacher, 

American  Scrubbing  Equipment  Company.  (See  Finnell, 
Walter    S.,    assignor.)  xi„„,if„,./i 

American  Seamless  Container  Company.  (See  Handfoid, 
xirthur  W.,  assignor.) 

American  Seamless  Container  Company.  (See  Hawley, 
Tpss  B     cissiSDor.) 

American"  Seamless  Container  Company.     (See  Rockwood, 

AmeracanSSeparatogDCompany,  The.     (See  Collins,  Thomas, 

American  Shale  Reduction  Company.     (See  Hille,  Adolph 

W.,  assignor.) 
American  Sheet  and  Tin  Plate  Company.      (See  Haarbye, 

S.  B.,  and  Mcllvried,  assignors.)  . 

American  Sheet  and  Tin  Plate  Company.     (See  Long,  L. 

T.,  and  Mcllvried,  assignors.) 
American   Sheet  and  Tin   Plate  Company.      (See  Zimmer 

man,  Rufus  E.,  assignor.'* 
American  Smelting  &  Refining  Company.     (See  Alexander, 

Harry  H.,  assignor.)  .  ' 

American   Smelting  &  Refining  Company.      (See  Howard, 

Guy  C,  assignor.) 
American  Smelting  and  Refining  Company.     (See  Howard, 

William    H.,   assignor.) 
American  Smelting  and  Refining  Company.     (See  Lannon, 

Franklin  P.,  Jr.,  assignor.) 
American  Smelting  and  Refining  Company.      (See  Thiele, 

Adolph  A.,  assignor.) 
American     Sme'ting    &    Refining    Company.       (See    Van 

Amburgh,  Charles,  assignor.) 


American    Smelting   and   Refining   Company.      (See   Wag- 
staff,  Richard  A.,  assignor.) 
American    Speed-O-Feeder    Company,    The.      (See    Wood, 

Harry    L.,    assignor.) 
American  Spotless  Street  System,  Inc.     (See  Richardson, 

G.  J.,  and  Sachs,   assignors.) 
American  Spotless  Street  System,  Inc.     (See  Richardson, 

George  J.,  assignor.) 
American  Standard  Tool  Company.      (See  Wiard,   Freder- 
ick, assignor.) 
American    Steam    Conveyor    Corporation.       (See    Griffin, 

Lome  A.,  assignor.) 
American  Steam  Conveyor  Corporation,  et  al.     (See  Nolan, 

Clyde,   assignor.) 
American  Steam  Gauge  &  Valve  Manufacturing  Company. 

(See  Hopkins,  Frank  H.,  assignor.) 
American  "Steam    Truck    Company.      (See   Jacobson,    Era 

C,  assignor.)      (Reissue.) 
American  Steel  Company.     (See  Scanlon,  H.  J.,  and  Kelly, 

assignors  ) 
American   Steel   Company.      (See   Scanlon,   Hugh   J.,   as- 
signor.) 
American    Steel    Foundries.       (See    Bauer,    Carl    E.,    as- 
signor.) 
American   Steel  Foundries.      (See  Chiles,   George   S.,   as- 
signor. ) 
American   Steel  Foundries.      (See   Floyd,   George   G.,   as- 
signor.) 
American    Steel   Foundries.      (See   Hedgcock,   William   C, 

assignor.) 
American   Steel  Foundries.      (See  Janney,  Robert  E.   L., 

assignor.) 
American    Steel    Foundries.       (See    Lamont,    J.    A.,    and 

Walcher,   assignors.) 
American    Steel  Foundries.      (See  Lamont,   John    A.,   as- 
signor.) 
American    Steel    Foundries.       (See    Peycke,    Armand    H., 

assignor.) 
American    Steel   Foundries.      (See   Sparrow,   Arthur,    as- 
signor.) 
American  Steel.  Foundries.     (See  Stearns,  Walter  A.,  as- 
signor.) 
American    Steel    Foundries.       (See    Whitney,   L.    L.,    and 

Hedgcock,  assignors.) 
American     Steel    Foundries.       (See    Whitney,    Loren    L., 

assignor.) 
American   Steel  and  Wire   Company   of  New  Jersey,  The. 

(See  Carstarphen,   Frederick  C,  assignor.) 
American  Steel  and  Wire  Company  of  New  Jersey.     (See 

Ekstrand,  Lars  M.,  assignor.) 
American  Steel  and  Wire  Company  of  New  Jersey,  The. 

(See  Howe,  James  F.,  assignor.) 
American    Steel  and  Wire  Company  of  New  Jersey,  The. 

(See  Morrison,   Max,   assignor.) 
American  Stove  Company.     (See  Blackford,  Atwell  J.,  as- 
signor.) 
American   Stove  Company.      (See  Meacham,  Benjamin  E., 

assignor.) 
American    Stove    Company.       (See    Munzer,    Charles,    as- 
signor.) 
American  Stove  Company.     (See  Nicolaus  F.  G.,  and  Roy, 

assignors.) 
American    Stove   Company.      (See   Nicolaus,   Frederic    G., 

assignor.) 
American  Stove  Company.     (See  Stockstrom,  Charles  A., 

assignor.) 
American     Sugar    Refining    Company,    The.       (See    Hoff- 

bauer,   Alfred,   assignor.) 
American    Tag    Company.       (See    Swett,    Arthur    H.,    as- 
signor.) 
American    Taximeter    Company,    The.      (See   Karich,    Ru- 
dolf R.,  assignor.) 
American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Affel, 

H.  A.,  and  Davidson,  Jr.,  assignors.) 
American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Affel, 

Herman  A.,  assignor.) 
American     Telephone     and     Telegraph     Company.       (See 

Avery,   Frederick,   assignor.) 
American    Telephone     and     Telegraph    Company.       (See 

Bailey,   Rand    S.,   assignor.) 
American     Telephone    and    Telegraph    Company.       (See 

Barnes,    Harry    P.,    assignor.) 
American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.      (See  Bar- 
rows, Leon  D.,  assignor.) 
American     Telephone    and     Telegraph     Company.       (See 

Berryman,   David,  assignor.) 
American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Best, 

Fred  H.,  assignor.) 
American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Black- 
well,  Otto  B.,  assignor.) 
American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Blau- 

velt,    William    G.,    assignor.) 
American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Bown, 

Ralph,    assignor.) 
American     Telephone    and     Telegraph     Company.       (See 

Carson,  John  R.,  assignor.) 
American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Clark, 

A.  B.,  and  Crisson,  assignors.) 
American     Telephone     and    Telegraph     Company.       (See 

Clark,  Alva   B.,  assignor.) 
American    Telephone    and     Telegraph     Company.       (See 
Cooper,   Lester  W.,   assignor.) 


14 


INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Cris- 

son,   George,   assignor.) 
American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Dar- 

row,  Leo  H.,  assignor.) 
American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.      (See  Dar- 

row,  Wirt  E.,  assignor.) 
American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     ( See  David- 
son, John,  Jr.,  assignor.) 
American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Dem- 

arest,  C.  S.,  and  Loynes,  assignors.) 
American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Dem- 
arest,  Charles  S.,  assignor.) 

American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Espen- 
schied,  L.,  and  Affel,  assignors.) 

American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.   (See  Espen- 
schied,    Lloyd,    assignor.) 

American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Har- 
den, William  H.,  assignor.) 
American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Har- 
per, Alfred  U.,  assignor.) 

American     Telephone     and     Telegraph     Company.       (See 
Harrison,  William  H.,  assignor.) 

American   Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Hitch- 
cock,  Harry   W.,  assignor.) 

American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Hoyt, 
Ray  S.,  assignor.) 

American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Kent, 
Robert  J.,  assignor.) 

American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Klein, 
Charles  H.,  assignor.) 

American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Kuhn, 
G.   W.,  and   Lundius,   assignors.) 

American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Kuhn, 
George  W.,  assignor.) 

American     Telephone    and     Telegraph     Company.       (See 
Martin,  William  H.,  assignor.) 

American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.      (See  Mc- 
Curdy,  Ralph  G.,  assignor.) 

American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  More- 
house,  Lyman  F.,   assignor.) 

American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Mor- 
ris, Robert  W.,  assignor.) 

American  Telephone   and  Telegraph  Company.      (See   Ny- 
quist,   Harry,  assignor.) 

American   Telephone   and   Telegraph   Company.      (See   Os- 
borne, Harold  S.,  assignor.) 

American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Pierce, 
Ralph  E.,  assignor.) 

American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Potts, 
Louis  M.,  assignor.) 

American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Ren- 
shaw,   Richard   A.,   assignor.) 

American     Telephone     and     Telegraph     Company.       (See 
Rhodes,  William  A.,  assignor.) 

American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Rose, 
Arthur  F.,  assignor.) 

American  Telephone  &  Telegraph  Company.     (See  Shack- 
leton,  Samuel  P.,  assignor.) 

American     Telephone     and     Telegraph     Company.        (See 
Smith,  Temple   C,  assignor.) 

American     Telephone    and     Telegraph     Company.       (See 
Thompson,  George  K.,  assignor.) 

American     Telephone     and    Telegraph     Company.      (See 
Toomey,  J.  F.,  and  Loynes,  assignors.) 

American     Telephone     and     Telegraph     Company.       (See 
Toomey,   John   F.,   assignor.) 

American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.      (See  Van 
Dyke,    Karl    S.,    assignor.) 

American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.      (See  Ver- 
nam,  Gilbert  S.,  assignor.) 

American    Telephone     and     Telegraph     Company.       (See 
White,  Ralph  H.,  assignor.) 

American     Telephone     and     Telegraph     Company.       (See 
Wright,   John   W.,   assignor.) 

American  Thermophone  Company.      (See  Browne,  T.  C, 
and  Brush,  assignors.) 

American    Thermophone    Company.       (See    van    Lynden, 
Robert    A.    Baron.) 

American  Thermos  Bottle  Company.     (See  Walker,  W.  B., 
and   Visscher,  assignors.) 

American  Tobacco  Company,  The.      (See  Goldsmith   Her- 
man, assignor.) 

American  Tool  Works  Company,  The.     (See  Schatz,  II.  W., 
and  Sosa,  assignors.) 

American   Type   Founders   Company.      (See  Benton,   Linn 
B.  and  M.  F.,  assignors.) 

American  Well  Works,  The.     (See  Chapman,  Matthew  T., 
assignor.) 

American   Whaley  Engine  Company.      (See  Whaley,   Wil- 
liam B.  S.,  assignor.) 

American    Wiremold    Company.       (See   Abbott,    Chauncey 
W.,   assignor.) 

American    Wiremold    Company.       (See    Petersen,    Anker, 
assignor.) 

American    Wood    Rim    Company,    The.       (See    Kenrick, 
Charles  H.,  assignor.) 

A  movie:!  n    Wood    Rim   Company,   The.      (See   Lobdell,   Ed- 
ward, jr.,  assignor.) 

AiTKM'k'i'Ti    vVoorhvoi'lring  Machinery    Company.      (See  Fos- 
ter, C.  B..  and  Clement,  assignors.) 

American  Wood  Working:  Machinery  Company.     (See  Mac- 
Dowell,  G.  S.,  and  Perkins,  assignors.) 

American  Wringer  Company.     (See  Webster,  Henry  A.,  as- 
signor.) 


American  Writing  Paper  Company.      (See  Kamm,   Oliver 

assignor.) 
American  Writing  Paper  Company.     (See  Rindfusz,  R.  E  , 

and  Voorhees,  assignors.) 
American   Zinc,   Lead   &   Smelting   Company.      (See  Ross- 
man,    William    F.,    assignor.) 
American  Zinc,  Lead  &  Smelting  Company.     (See  Wetten- 

gel,   Charles   A.,   assignor.) 
Ames,  Adelbert,  jr.,  Tewksbury,"  Mass.    Exhibiting  device. 

No.  1,427,428  ;  Aug.   29. 
Ames,  Butler,  Lowell,  Mass.    Rotor  for  electrical  machines. 

No.    1,415,761  ;    May    9. 
Ames,    Butler,    Lowell.    Mass.      Stator   for    electrical  ma- 
chines.    No.   1,415,762  ;   May  9. 
Ames,  Chester  R.     (See  Forbess,  W.  A.,  and  Ames.) 
Ames,    Fletcher,    Berkeley,    Calif.      Tent    and    bed.      No. 

1,423,171 ;   July   18. 
Ames    Ship    Building    and    Dry    Dock    Company.      (See 

Eisinga,  Dirk,  assignor.) 
Amiard,   Pierre  J.   R.      (See  Quiry,  Alfred  G.,   assignor.) 
Amick,  Clair  J.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to  Alumi- 
num    Manufactures,     Incorporated,     Cleveland,     Ohio. 
Metal  mold.     No.   1,420,903  ;   June  27. 
Amidon,  Fayette  A.     (See  Girard,  Albert  G.,  assignor.) 
Amlee,  Ole  G.,  St.  Paul,  Minn.    Toy  pistol.     No.  1,424,432  ; 

Aug.  1. 
Amon,    Glenn    R.,    Helena,    Ohio.      Market   basket.       No. 

1,439,392;    Dec.    19. 
Ainonsen,  George  II.      (See  Amonsen,  Gilbert  and  G.   H.) 
Amonsen,   Gilbert  and  G.    H.,  Minneapolis,   Minn.     Draft 

appliance.     No.  1,404,678  ;  Jan.  24. 
Amoroso,  Silvie,  Boston,  assignor  of  one-half  to  A.  Frisch, 
Winthrop,  Mass.     Pneumatic  element  for  vehicle' wheels. 
No.    1,406,324;    Feb.    14. 
Amos,    John    A.,    St.    Louis,    Mo.,    and    E.    Wanamaker, 
Chicago,   HI.     Portable  lamp.     No.    1,435,133 ;   Nov.   7. 
Amphlett,  Herbert  P.,  and  K  L.  Jones,   Victoria,  London, 
assignors  to  The  Hume  Pipe  and  Concrete  Construction 
Company,   Limited,   London,   England.     Molding  of  ob- 
jects   by    means   of   centrifugal   force.      No.    1,427,508  ; 
Aug.    29. 
Amsbary,    William    N.,    and   W.    F.   Larson,    New    Castle, 

Colo.     Refrigerator.     No.   1,409.511  ;  Mar.   14. 
Amsden,  Albert  W.,  assignor  to  The  L.   S.  Starrett  Com- 
pany, Athol,   Mass.     Twist-drill  gauge.     No.  1,439,282; 
Dec.    19. 
Amsler,    Alfred,    Schaffhausen,    Switzerland.      Tonometer. 

No.   1,423,293;  July  18. 
Amsler,    Walter   O.,   Edgewood.   Pa.      Pulverized-fuel-feed- 

ing  system.     No.  1,412,642  ;  Apr.  11. 
Amsler,  Walter  O.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.     Annealing  furnace  or 

leer.     No.   1,415,622  ;  May  9. 
Amstutz,    Peter    B.,    Bluffton.    Ohio.      Road-working    ma- 
chine.    No.  1,440,263  ;  Dec.  26. 
Amthor,  Edward  M.     (See  Nye.  V.  W.,  and  Amthor.) 
Amundson,  l'eter  A.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  T.  A.  Amund- 
son,     Oconomowoc,     Wis.       Variable-speed    gear.       No. 
1,422,072  ;   July   11. 
Amundson,    Thomas    A.      (See   Amundson,    Peter    A.,   as- 
signor.) 
Anaconda   Copper  Mining  Company.      (See  Laist,   F.,  and 

Jones,  assignors.) 
Anaconda  Copper  Mining  Company.     (See  Laist,  F.,  Frick, 

Klepetko,  and  Davidson,  assignors.) 
Anagnost.    Apostle,    New   York,   N.   Y.      String-instrument 

key.      No.    1,429,391 ;    Sept.    19. 
Ananian,     Hohannis    A.,     Paterson,     N.     J.       Toy.       No. 

1,407.621  ;  Feb.  21. 
Anatmos  Metals  and  Furnace  Corporation.     (See  De  Bats, 

Jean  H.  L.,  assignor.) 
Anchor    Cap    &    Closure    Corporation.       (See    Ramsey, 

George,  assignor.) 
Anchor  Cap  and  Closure  Corporation.      (See  Scofield,  Ed- 
gar, assignor.) 
Anchor    Cap    &    Closure    Corporation.       (See    Townsend, 

Harry  E.,  assignor.) 
Anchor   Concrete   Machinery    Co.      (See  Bradley,    Charles 

W.,   assignor.) 
Anciano,   Ramon   V.      (See  de  Aguiar,   A.,   and  Anciano.) 
Anrleen,    Carl,    Haddam,    Conn.      Toothed    harrow.      No. 

1,438,513;  Dec.  12. 
Anders,    Paul,    and    P.    M.    Ginnings,    Urbana,    111.      Dis- 
tilling apparatus.     No.  1,418,691  ;  June  6. 
Andersen,   Alfred   R.,    Rock    Springs,   Wyo.     Antiskidding 

device.     No.  1,415,289  ;  May  9. 
Andersen,  Anders  P..  Providence,  R.  I.     Automobile  radi- 
ator.    No.   1,408,060 ;   Feb.   28. 
Andersen,  Anders  P.,  Providence,  R.  I.     Automobile  radi- 
ator.    Nc     1,425,933;   Aug.  15. 
Andersen,  Chris  F.,  et  al.     (See  Keller,  John  F.,  assignor.) 
Andersen,  Christian   F.,  and  J.  R.  Mitchell.   Jacksonville, 

111.     Dirigible  auto  headlight.    No.  1,428,353  ;  Sept.  5. 
Andersen,  Einer  L.,  assignor  of  one-third  to  A.  C.  Grescn. 
Chicago,  111.     Stamp-canceling  mail  box.     No.  1,404,182  ; 
Jan.  24. 
Andersen,  Joakim  U.  F.,  and  Adolf  F.  B.  Iversen.  Copen- 
hagen,   Denmark.      Automatic    starting    and    short-cir- 
cuiting device  for  asynchronous  motors.     No.  1,412,228  ; 
Apr.  11. 
Andersen,   Offer  L.  K..   Struer.  Denmark.     Boiler-fur  pre- 
ventative.    No.   1.416.925  ;  May   23. 
Andersen,  Samuel,  Eau  Claire,  Wis.     Building  block.     No. 
1,413,502  ;  Apr.  25. 


UNITED    STATES    PATENT    OFFICE,    1922. 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


15 


Anderson,  Adolph,  West  Allis,  Wis.  Card  holder.  No. 
1,423,294;  July  18. 

Anderson,  Adolph  F.,  assignor  to  Apex  Appliance  Com- 
pany, Chicago,  111.  Power-transmitting  mechanism. 
No.  1,405,382  ;  Feb.  7. 

Anderson,  Adolph  F.,  assignor  to  Apex  Appliance  Com- 
pany, Chicago,  111.  Washing  machine.  No.  1,423,295 ; 
July    18. 

Anderson,  Adolph  F.,  assignor  to  Apex  Appliance  Com- 
pany, Chicago,  111.  Washing  machine.  No.  1,432,229  ; 
Oct.   17. 

Anderson,  Adolphus  A.,  Hagerman,  Tex.  Tire-pressure 
meter.     No.  1,427,146;  Aug.  29. 

Anderson,  Albert  H.,  Hammond,  Ind.  Agricultural  im- 
plement.    No.  1,401,949  ;  Jan.  3. 

Anderson,  Albin  E.,  Oakmonl.  assignor  of  two-thirds  to 
E.  M.  Verner  and  J.  W.  Macfarlane,  Pittsburgh,  Pa. 
Wire-rope  machine.     No.  1,422.073;   July   11. 

Anderson,  Alexander  B.,  and  R.  L.  Wood,  Salt  Lake  City, 
Utah.  Frame  for  license-number  plates.  No.  1,411,257  ; 
Apr.    4. 

And»rson.  Andrew,  Tacoma,  Wash.  Screw  driver.  No. 
1,440,123  ;  Dec.  26. 

Anderson,  Andrew  H.  and  J.  H.,  Loverna,  Saskatchewan, 
Canada.      Wrench.      No.    1,412,821  ;    Apr.    18. 

Anderson,  Andrew  W.,  Enid,  Okla.     Vacuum  cleaner.     No. 

1.409.910  ;  Mar.  21. 

Anderson,  Arthur  N.  (See  Saklatwalla,  B.  D.,  and  An- 
derson.) 

Anderson,  August,  Independence,  Kans.  Eccentric  lever. 
No.    1,421,136;    June   27. 

Anderson.  August  P.,  assignor  to  Anderson-Rees  Refriger- 
ating Machine  Co..  Chicago,  111.  Refrigerating  appa- 
ratus.    No.  1,439,051  ;  Dec.  19. 

Anderson.  Austin  E.,  Randolph,  N.  Y.  Milking  machine. 
No.   1,432,654 ;   Oct.   17. 

Anderson,  Axel,  St.  Paul,  and  C.  O.  Wold,  assignors  to 
Russell  Grader  Manufacturing  Co..  Minneapolis,  Minn. 
Grader  blade.      No.    1,406,325 ;    Feb.    14. 

Anderson,  Axel  G.,  Chicago,  111.  Drilling  machine.  No. 
1,432.516;    Oct.    17. 

Anderson,  Axel  H.,  Fairmont,  W.  Va.  Rail-supporting  ele- 
ment.   No.  1,408,427  ;  Mar.  7. 

Anderson,  Axel  J.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Rotary  engine.  No. 
1,406,140  ;  Feb.  7. 

Anderson-Barngrover  Mfg.  Co.  (See  Thompson,  Albert 
R.,  assignor.) 

Anderson  Bros.  Mfg.  Co.  (See  Anderson,  Swan  F.,  as- 
signor.) 

Anderson,  Carl  A.,  North  Braddock,  Pa.  Automatic  fire 
alarm.      No.  .1,405,251 ;    Jan.    31. 

Anderson,  Carl  A.,  San  Diego,  Calif.  Reenforcement  for 
clothes  creases.     No.  1,413,885  :   Apr.  25. 

Anderson,  Carl  A.,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Rear  package  car- 
rier for  bicycles  and  the  like.     No.  1,417,223;  May  23. 

Anderson,  Carl  E.,  Grand  Haven,  Mich.  Forming  turn- 
buckles  or  the  like.     No.  1.413,821  ;  Apr.  25. 

Anderson,  Carl  E.,  East  Orange,  assignor  to  Eastern  Tool 
&  Manufacturing  Company,  BloomnVld,  N.  J.  Slide  for 
the  straps  of  garments.     No.  1,423,639  ;  July  25. 

Anderson,  Carl  E.,  Stratford,  assignor  to  The  Bryant 
Electric  Company,  Bridgeport,  Conn.  Electric  switch. 
No.    1,437,332  ;    Nov.   28. 

Anderson,  Carl  F.,  Brookfield.  and  L.  W.  Knapp,  Berwyn, 
assignors  to  Conlon  Electric  Washer  Company,  Cicero, 
111.       Cylinder     cover     for     washing     machines.       No. 

1.409.911  ;  Mar.  21. 

Anderson,  Carl  O..  Springfield,  assignor,  by  mesne  as- 
signments,  to  Thorne  Brothers,   Incorporated,   Chicago, 

111.    Power  drive  for  cream  separators.    No.  1,430,716  ; 

Oct.   3. 
Anderson,  Carl  T.,  Madison,  Wis.     Desk.     No.  1,414,247  ; 

Apr.  25. 
Anderson,  Charles  E.,   Chicago,  and  F.   P.  Perkins.  Park 

Ridge,     111.      Air-lift    water     system.       No.    1,436,425 ; 

Nov.    21. 
Anderson,  Charles  J.,  and  W.  H.  Van  Dyke,  Corning,  N.  Y. 

Combination  lock.     No.  1,423;384  ;  July  18. 
Anderson.    Charles   W.,    Brooklyn,    N.    Y.      Hod    elevator. 

No.  1.416.395;  May  16. 
Anderson,   Charles   W.,   Brooklyn,   N.   Y.      Power   control 

for  drive  mechanism.     No.  1,422,809;  July  18. 
Anderson,  Charles  W., -Brooklyn,  N.  Y.     Ratchet  clutch  for 

drive  mechanism.     No.  1,423,172;  July  18. 
Anderson,  Charles  W.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.     Hoisting  machine. 

No.   1,426,439;  Aug.  15. 
Anderson,  Chester  L.,  and  J.  T.  Smith.  Springfield,  Mass. 

Pipe  wrench.     No.   1.421.137;  June  27. 
Anderson,    Chris    A.,    Watertown,    S.    Dak.      Gauge-glass 

guard.     No.   1.434,645  ;  Nov.   7. 
Anderson,  Clark  T.     (See  Hartman,  F.  O.,  and  Anderson  ) 
Anderson  Company,  The.      (See  Hoffman,   Roscoe  C,    as 

signor.) 

Anderson,  Duncan  M.,  Toronto,  Ontario,  Canada.    Making 

prepared  food.     No.  1,415,137  :  May  9. 
Anderson,   E.  D.,   Inc.      (See  Anderson,  E.  D.,  and  Beck- 

mann,   assignors.) 

Anderson,  E.  D.,  Inc.  (See  Anderson,  Ernest  D.,  as- 
signor.) 

Anderson.  E.  D.,  Inc.     (See  Beckmann,  Carl,  assignor.) 
Anderson.  E.  D.,  Inc.     (See  Elder,  Earl  B.,  assignor.) 
Anderson,  Edgar.      (See  Wege,  P.  M.,  and  Anderson.) 


Anderson,  Edward  M.,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  An- 
derson &  Prigge,  Inc.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Binder.  No. 
1,436,073  ;    Nov.    21. 

Anderson,  Edward  S.,  Mabel,  Minn.  Road  drag.  No. 
1,420,605  ;  June  20. 

Anderson,  Elder  E.,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Spring  wheel. 
No.    1,433,592;    Oct.    31. 

Anderson  Electric  &  Equipment  Company.  (See  Anderson, 
Ernst  G.  K.,  assignor.) 

Anderson,  Elinu  M.,  Kansas  City,  Kans.  Pump  drain. 
No.  1,402,826  ;  Jan.  10. 

Anderson,  Elmer  J.,  Prophetstown,  111.  Governor.  No. 
1.402,994  ;   Jan.   10. 

Anderson,  Emil  C.      (See  Petersen,  Ernest  H.,   assienor.l 

Anderson,  Emil,  assignor  to  Multiplex  Tool  Company,  Inc., 
New  York,  N.  Y.     Machine  tool.     No.  1,408,428  ;  Mar.  7. 

Anderson,  Emil,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  The  Univer- 
sal Turbine  Company,  Newark,  N.  J.  Condenser  pump. 
No.    1,415.975;    May    16. 

Anderson,  Emil  E.  W.,  Stockholm,  Sweden.  Gas  meter. 
No.   1,421,138  ;  June  27. 

Anderson,  Ernest  D.,  Long  Beach,  assignor  to  E.  D.  An- 
derson, Inc.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Means  for  wrapping 
and  packing  articles.     No.  1,417,591  ;  May  30. 

Anderson.    Ernest   D.,   and   C.    Beckman,   assignors  to   E. 

D.  Anderson  Incorporated,  New  York,   N.  Y.     Machine 
for  packing  goods.     No.  1,412,226  ;  Apr.  11. 

Anderson,  Ernest  D.,  and  C.  Beckman,  assignors  to  E.  D. 

Anderson,  Inc.,  New  York,  N.  Y.     Packaging  machine. 

No.  1.412  227;  Apr.  11. 
Anderson,  Ernest  D.,  and  C.  Beckmann,  assignors  to  E.  D. 

Anderson,    Inc.,    New   York,    N.   Y.      Labeling   machine. 

No.  1,439,052;  Dec.  19. 
Anderson,   Finest   D..   and    Carl   Beckmann,    assignors   to 

E.  D.    Anderson,    Inc.,    New    York,    N.    Y.      Packaging 
machine.     No.  1,409,211  ;  Mar.  14. 

Anderson,  Ernst  G.  K.,  assignor  to  Anderson  Electric  & 
Equipment  Company,  Chicago,  111.  Electric  switch. 
No.  1,403.222  ;  Jan.  10. 

Anderson,  Ernst  G.  K.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
Appleton  Electric  Co.,  Chicago,  111.  Spot  lamp.  (Re- 
issue.)    No.  15,437  ;  Aug.  29. 

Anderson,  Ernst  G.  K,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments, 
to  Appleton  Electric  Co.,  Chicago,  111.  Reel  structure 
for  extension  cords.     No.  1,431,083  ;  Oct.  3. 

Anderson.  Evald,  assignor  to  International  Precipitation 
Company,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Method  and  apparatus 
for  electrical  precipitation  of  suspended  particles  from 
gases.     No.  1,409,901 ;  Mar.  21. 

Anderson  Foundry  and  Machine  Company.  (See  Latshaw, 
Leonard   J.,   assignor.) 

Anderson.  Frank  B.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Filler.  No 
1.403.369;   Jan.   10. 

Anderson,  Frank  C..  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Switch  stand.  No. 
1,407,454  ;  Feb.  21. 

Anderson,  .Frank  C,  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Switch  stand. 
No.     1,413.152;     Apr.    18. 

Anderson,  Frank  C,  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Switch-rail  guard. 
No.  1.414.767;  May  2. 

Anderson,  Frank  C,  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Switch  stand.  No. 
1,427.082;    Aug.    29. 

Anderson,  Frank  C,  Portland,  Me.  Securing  device.  No. 
1.426.945  :  Aug.  22. 

Anderson,  Frank  P.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  G.  C.  Urlin, 
Columbus,  Ohio.  Metal  casement  window  and  metal 
weather  strip  therefor.     No.  1,429,915  ;  Sept.  26  . 

Anderson,  Fred  J.,  Triumph,  Minn.  Tractor  guide.  No 
1,419,909  ;  June  20. 

Anderson,  Fred  L.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Burglar  alarm.  No. 
1,408,920;  Mar.  7. 

Anderson,  Fred  S.,  Richmond,  Ind.  Automatic  sprinkler 
system.      No.    1,404,827 ;   Jan.   31. 

Anderson,  Frederick  P.  (See  Hay  ward,  G.  W.,  and  Ander- 
son.) 

Anderson,  Fritz  A.     (See  Burdick,  F.  F.,  and  Anderson  ) 
Anderson,  Fritz  A.,  New  York,  N.  Y.     Screw  driver      No 

1,404,562  ;  Jan.  24. 
Anderson,    Fritz    A.,    Milton,    Wis.,    assignor   to    Burdick 

Cabmet   Company.     Adjustable   casing  for   therapeutic 

application  of  light.     No.  1,411,074  ;  Mar.  28. 
Anderson,    Fritz    A.,    Milton,    Wis.,    assignor    to    Burdick 

Cabinet  Company.     Water  and  air  cooled  lamp  structure. 

No.  1.435,192;  Nov.  14. 
Anderson,    Fritz    A.,    Milton,    Wis.,    assignor    to    Burdick 

Cabinet  Company.     Water-cooled  lamp.     No.  1,435,193  • 

Nov.   14. 

Anderson,  George  A.     (See  Pierce,  R.  H„  and  Anderson.) 
Anderson.     George     M.,     Akron,     Ohio.       Cistern.       No. 

1.435,097  ;    Nov.    7. 
Anderson,    George    W.       (See   Anderson,    Walter    E.    and 

G.   W.) 

Anid5oRrJ>Hi ,  G«s    p.,    Miami,    Ariz.      Animal    trap.      No. 

1,429,011  ;   Sept.  12. 
Anderson,  Gustaf  A.,  Baltimore,  Md„  assignor  to  The  T 

IT.   Symington  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.     Car  truck. 

No.  1,414,915  :  May  2. 
Anderson,  Gustaf  A..  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  The  T 

II.   Symington  Company,   New  York,  N.  Y.     Car  truck. 

No.  1,414.916;  May  2. 
Anderson,  Gustaf  A.,  Baltimore,  Md„  assignor  to  The  T 

H.   Symington  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.     Car  truck. 

No.  1,414,917  ;  May  2. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 

Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Anderson,  Gustaf  A.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  The  T. 
II.  Symington  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Car  truck. 
No.  1,414,918;  May  2. 
Anderson,  Gustaf  A.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  The  T. 
H.  Symington  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Car  truck. 
No.  1,414,919  ;  May  2. 

Anderson,  Gustaf  A.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  The  T. 
H.  Symington  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Car  truck. 
No.  1,414,920  ;  May  2. 

Anderson,  Gustaf  A.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  The  T. 
H.  Symington  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Car  truck. 
No.  1,414,921 ;  May  2. 

Anderson,  Gustaf  A.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  The  T. 
H.  Symington  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Car  truck. 
No.  1,414,922  ;  May  2. 

Anderson,  Gustaf  A.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  The  T. 
H.  Symington  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Car  truck. 
No.  1,414,923  ;  May  2. 

Anderson,  Gustaf  A.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  The  T. 
H.  Symington  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Car  truck. 
No.  1,414,924  ;  May  2. 

Anderson,  Gustaf  A.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  The  T. 
H.  Symington  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Car  truck. 
No.  1,414,925  ;  May  2. 

Anderson,  Gustaf  A.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  The 
T.  H.  Symington  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Truck 
side  frame.     No.  1,422,074  ;  July  11. 

Anderson,  Gustave  F.,  assignor  to  Paragon  Can  &  Cap  Com- 
pany, Inc.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Cap-feeding  device  for 
threading  machines.     No.  1,423,173  ;  July   18. 

Anderson,  Hans,  Oakland,  Calif.  Single-blade  plane.  No. 
1,414,974  ;  May  2. 

Anderson,  Harley  E.,  Chicago,  111.  Brake  and  clutch  con- 
trol mechanism  for  self-propelled  vehicles.  No. 
1,433,771  ;  Oct.  31. 

Anderson,  Harry  T.,  Butler,  assignor  to  Standard  Steel 
Car  Company,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Car-door  mechanism. 
No.  1,402,995  ;  Jan.  10. 

Anderson,  Harry  T.,  Butler,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Harry 
Vissering  &  Company,  Chicago,  111.  ■  Manufacture  of 
railway  draft-gear  yokes.    No.  1,417,480  ;  May  30. 

Anderson,  Harry  T.,  Butler,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Harry  Visser- 
ing &  Company,  Chicago,  111.  Manufacture  of  railway 
draft-gear  yokes.     No.  1,419,346  ;  June  13. 

Anderson,  Harry  T.,  Butler,  assignor  to  Standard  Steel 
Car  Company,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Ratchet  device.  No. 
1,428,824;  Sept.  12. 

Anderson,  Harry  T.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  S.  Hansson, 
Butler,  Pa.     Connecting  bar.     No.  1,436,074  ;  Nov.  21. 

Anderson,  Hector  G.  S.  (See  Tisdale,  G.  H.,  Anderson, 
and  Thornhill.) 

Anderson,  Helnaer.     (See  Zesbaugh,  L.  G.,  and  Anderson.) 

Anderson,  Henry  C,  assignor  to  Reliance  Elevator  Com- 
pany, Chicago,  111.     Elevator.     No.  1,413,886  ;  Apr.  25. 

Anderson,  Henry  G.,  Inwood,  Iowa.  Collar  saddle.  No. 
1,426,533  ;  Aug.  22. 

Anderson,  Herman  A.,  Long  Beach,  Calif.  Liquid-fuel 
meter.     No.  1,412.203  ;  Apr.  11. 

Anderson,  Herman  A.,  Pittsburgh,  and  H.  R.  Smith,  Wil- 
kinsburg,  assignors  to  The  Union  Switch  &  Signal  Com- 
pany, Swissvale,  Pa.  Impedance  bond.  No.  1,439,680  ; 
Dec.  26. 

Anderson,  Hiram  C,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Resilient  wheel. 
No.  1,425,623  ;  Aug.  15. 

Anderson,  Isaac, .  Oakland,  Calif.  Candy-dipping  device. 
No.   1,428,872;  Sept.   12. 

Anderson,  Isaa'c,  Oakland,  Calif.  Dipping  device.  No. 
1,436,560;    Nov.    21. 

Anderson,  Ivan,  East  Elmhurst,  N.  Y.  Liquid-level 
gauge.     No.  1,421,365  ;  July  4. 

Anderson,  James,  Paris,  France.  Device  for  transform- 
ing ice  Into  snow.     No.  1,428,829  ;  Sept.  12. 

Anderson,  James  A.,  Morgan,  Utah.  Charging  and  dis- 
charging device.    No.  1,408,430  ;  Mar.  7. 

Anderson,  James  A.,  Morgan,  and  J.  L.  Anderson,  Salt 
Lake  City,  Utah  ;  said  J.  L.  Anderson  assignor  to  said 
J.  A.  Anderson.     Sterilizer.    No.  1,408,429  ;  Mar.  7. 

Anderson,  James  B.     (See  Garner,  J.  B.,  and  Anderson.) 

Anderson,  James  B.,  Portland,  Oreg.  Aeroplane-braking 
device.     No.  1,420,509  ;  June  20. 

Anderson,  James  B.,  Portland,  Oreg.  Hydroaeroplane. 
No.  1,420,606  ;  June  20. 

Anderson,  James  B.,  assignor  to  Pumpless  Blow  Torch 
Company,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Plumber's  furnace.  No. 
1,438,678  ;  Dec.  12. 

Anderson,  James  C,  East  Orange,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Var- 
ley  Duplex  Magnet  Company.  Winding  machine.  No. 
1,427,509;   Aug.   29. 

Anderson,  James  D.  and  W.  R.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Ladder. 
No.   1,436,138;   Nov.   21. 

Anderson,  James  L.,  Bayonne,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Davis- 
BoUrnonville  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Welding.  No. 
1,402,996;   Jan.   10. 

Anderson,  James  L.,  Bayonne,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Davis- 
Bournonville  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Welding.  No. 
1,402,997  ;    Jan.    10. 

Anderson,  James  L.,  Bayonne,  N.  J.,  assignor,  by  mesne 
assignments,  to  Air  Reduction  Company,  Incorporated, 
New  York,  N.  Y.  Wire-feeding  device.  No.  1,431,916  ; 
Oct.    17. 

Anderson,  James  L.,  Bayonne,  N.  J.,  assignor,  by  mesne 
assignments,  to  Air  Reduction  Company,  Incorporated, 
New  York,  N.  Y  Autogenous  welder.  No.  1,438.285  ; 
Dec.  12. 


Anderson,  Jennie  C,  et  al.  (See  Weeden,  Arthur  W.,  as- 
signor.) 

Anderson,  John.     (See  Atack,  F.  W.,  and  Anderson.)    . 

Anderson,  John  A.,  et  al.  (See  Engelbrekt,  Gustaf,  as- 
signor.) 

Anderson,  John  A.,  Boston,  Mass.  Timer.  No.  1,420,012  ; 
June  20. 

Anderson,  John  A.,  Geneseo,  111.  Attachment  for  bearings. 
No.   1,428.513  ;   Sept.  12. 

Anderson,  John  E.,  jamestown,  N.  Dak.  Grinding  ma- 
chine.    No.  1,409,641  ;  Mar.  14. 

Anderson,  John  F.,  Oakland,  Calif.  Exhaust  box.  No. 
1,417,224;  May  23. 

Anderson,  John  F.,  Oakland.  Calif.  Exhausting  food  con- 
tainers.    No.   1,429,392;   Sept.   19. 

Anderson,  John  F.,  Oakland,  Calif.  Canning  machine. 
No.   1,434,580  ;  Nov.   7. 

Anderson,  John  F.,  Jr.,  and  J.  C.  Masters,  Indianapolis, 
Ind.    Combination  drill  and  tap.    No.  1,408,793  ;  Mar.  7. 

Anderson,  John  H.     (See  Anderson,  Andrew  H.  and  J.  H.) 

Anderson,  John  H.,  St.  Paul,  Minn.  Wagon  tongue.  No. 
1,424,064  ;    July  25. 

Anderson,  John  L.     (See  Anderson,  James  A.  and  J.  L.) 

Anderson,  John  L.,  Ogden,  Utah.  Nesting  camp  heater. 
No.    1,419,600 ;    June    13. 

Anderson,  John  M.,  Sweet  Springs,  Mo.  Drum  for  stoves 
and   heaters.     No.  1,436,849  ;  Nov.  28. 

Anderson,  John  M.  S.,  assignor  to  The  General  Machine 
and  Manufacturing  Company,  Bridgeport,  Conn.  Bottle 
stopper.      No.   1,421,118;   June  27. 

Anderson,  John  P.,  assignor  to  Scotts  Shipbuilding  &  En- 
gineering Company  Limited,  Greenock,  Scotland.  Cut- 
out gear  for  steam  turbines.     No.  1,435,683  ;  Nov.  14. 

Anderson,  John  S.,  Canby,  Minn.  Hose  clamp.  No. 
1,435,684;   Nov.    14. 

Anderson,  John  W.,  South  Bend,  Ind.  Timer  display  and 
demonstrating   stand.      No.   1,411,768 ;   Apr.   4. 

Anderson,  Julius  P.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  H.  Lagerquist, 
Des  Moines,  Iowa.  Surfacing  machine.  No.  1,409,512  ; 
Mar.  14. 

Anderson,  Lauritz  W.,  Waterbury,  Conn.,  Shade  holder. 
No.  1,417,481 ;  May  30. 

Anderson,  Magnus  C,  assignor  to  Lee  Trailer  &  Body  Co... 
Chicago,  111.  Rear-dump  vehicle.  No.  1,402,730 ; 
Jan.    10. 

Anderson,  Mike  E.,  Clarksville,  Ark.  Photographic-tray 
rocker.     No.  1,416.396  ;  May  16. 

Anderson,  Nels,  Flint,  Mich.  Boring  machine.  No. 
1,429,916  ;  Sept.  26. 

Anderson,  Nels  B.,  and  J.  A.  Berg,  Astoria,  Oreg.,  as- 
signors of  one-half  to  Seattle-Astoria  Iron  Works, 
Seattle,  Wash.     Can  Salter.     No.  1,416.156;  May  16. 

Anderson,  Nelson  F.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Machine  for 
making  door  butt  mortises.     No.  1,430,874  ;  Oct..  3. 

Anderson,  Nils  H/,  Trumbull,  Conn.  Sensitive  spindle 
bearing.     No.  1,429,393;  Sept.   19. 

Anderson,  Olaf  A.,  Hamilton,  Ohio.  Door  latch.  No. 
1.426,445  ;  Aug.  22. 

Anderson,  Otto,  and  F.  W.  Salsbury,  Pawtucket,  R.  I. 
Windshield  cleaner  for  automobiles.  No.  1,419,601  ; 
June   13. 

Anderson,  Per  A.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Brake.  No.  1,427,084  ; 
Aug.    29. 

Anderson,  Per  M.,  Hartford,  Conn.  Work  holder.  No. 
1,415,855;    May    16. 

Anderson,  Peter  A.,  and  M.  T.  Peck,  Chicago,  111.  '  Hair 
waver.      No.    1,439,498;    Dec.    3  9. 

Anderson,  Peter  F.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  P.  S.  Lound, 
Prentice.   Wis.      Wrench.     No.   1,421,366 ;   July   4. 

Anderson,  Ralph,  assignor  of  one-half  to  H.  D.  Rominger. 
Fresno,  Calif.  Oiling  system  for  gasoline  engines.  No. 
1,427,768 ;  Sept.  5.  „       ,    „  „ 

Anderson,  Raymond  M.,  assignor  to  G.  M.  Holley,  De- 
troit, Mich.  Fluid  valve,  thermostatically  controlled. 
No.    1.413.212  ;    Apr.    18. 

Anderson,  Raymond  M.,  assignor  to  Packard  Motor  Car 
Company,  Detroit,  Mich.  Motor  vehicle.  No.  1,439,857  ; 
Dee- 26.'  „  .    , 

Anderson-Rees  Refrigerating  Machine  Co.  (See  Aaflatson, 
August  P.,  assignor.) 

Anderson.  Rexford  O.,  Houston,  Tex.  Heating  apparatus. 
No.  1,439,988  ;  Dec.  26. 

Anderson,  Richard,  Deane  Bolton,  and  J.  C.  Blackhurst, 
Chorley,  England.  Machine  for  beaming  yarns.  No. 
1,437,703  ;  Dec.  5. 

Anderson,  Richard  B.     (See  Robinson,  Sarah,  assignor.) 

Anderson,  Robert  A.,  Caldwell,  assignor  to  Gamon  Meter 
Company,  Newark,  N.  J.  Water  meter.  No.  1,411,258 ; 
Apr.    4. 

Anderson,  Robert  D.  H.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Collapsible 
stand.     No.  1,424,271 ;  Aug.  1. 

Anderson,  Robert  H.,  Ambler,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Asbestos 
Shingle,  Slate  &  Sheathing  Company.  Fiber  cement  com- 
position and  method  and  apparatus  for  forming  same. 
No.  1,408,241 ;  Feb.  28. 

Anderson,  Robert  J.,  Sidney,  Ohio.  Pivoted  wringer 
structure  for  washing  machines.    No.  1.417,056  ;  May  30. 

Anderson,  Robert  J.,  El  Paso,  Tex.,  assignor  to  Interna- 
tional Fuel  Conservation  Co.,  Phoenix,  Ariz.  Combus- 
tion process.     No.  1,433,059  ;  Oct.  24. 

Anderson,  Roy  H.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  H.  G.  Hastings, 
Allentown,  and  A.  H.  Elliott,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Shoe 
protector.     No.   1,403,474  ;  Jan.  17. 


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17 


Anderson,  Roy  II.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  H.  G.  Hastings, 
Allcntown,  and  A.  H,  Elliott,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Toe 
protector.     No.   1,420,302  ;   June  20. 

Anderson.  Rual  P.,  Gore,  Va.  Fuel  attachment.  No. 
1,403,998  ;  Jan.  17. 

Anderson,  Samuel  R.,  and  L.  P.  Campbell,  Hardin,  111. 
Fabric  dispensing  and  measuring  machine.  No. 
1,420,607  ;  June  20. 

Anderson,  Swan  F.,  assignor  to  Anderson  Bros.  Mfg.  Co., 
Rockford,  111.  Surface-spotting  tool.  No.  1,437,035  ; 
Nov.  28. 

Anderson,  Thore  W.,  Arlington,  Mass.  Sanitary  milk- 
bottle  cover.     No.  1,409,812;  Mar.   14. 

Anderson,  Thore  W.,  Arlington,  Mass.  Thumb  tack. 
No.   1,409,S13  ;  Mar.  14. 

Anderson.  Ulrich,  Wausau,  Wis.  Cushion  tire  and  rim 
therefor.     No.   1,421,755  ;  July  4. 

Anderson,  Vincent  G.,  Kenosha,  Wis.,  assignor  to  F.  C. 
Austin,  Chicago,  111.  Walking-motion  propelling  ap- 
paratus.     No.   1,429.551  ;   Sept.   19. 

Anderson,  Vincent  G.,  Pitt,'  Minn.,  assignor  to  F.  C.  Aus- 
tin, Chicago,  111.  Excavator  or  other  supporting  means. 
No.    1,431.864  ;   Oct.   10. 

Anderson,  Walter  E.  and  G,  W.,  Idaho  Falls,  Idaho.  Valve- 
operating  mechanism.     No.  1,435,951  ;  Nov.  21. 

Anderson,  Walter.  H.,  London,  England.  Carburetor  for 
internal-combustion  engines.     No.   1.415,423  ;  May  9. 

Anderson,  Wilfred.  (See  Butler,  H.  and  H.,  Hayhurst,  and 
Alderson.) 

Anderson,  Will  C,  Corona,  Calif.  Aligning  clip  for  gas- 
kets and  the  like.     No.  1,435,887  ;  Nov.  14.. 

Anderson,  William,  Newark,  N.  J.  Door  lock  and  apply- 
ing  the   same.     No.    1.423.S25  ;   July   25. 

Anderson,  William  B.,  assignor  to  Haggard  &  Marcusson 
Co.,  Chicago,  111.     Bed.     No.  1,437,213  ;  Nov.  28. 

Anderson.  William  J.,  Caulfield,  near  Melbourne,  Victoria, 
Australia.  Automatic  electric  brooder.  No.  1,402,335  ; 
Jan.  3. 

Anderson,  William  J.,  Caulfield,  near  Melbourne,  Victoria, 
Australia.  Automatic  electric  incubator.  No.  1,406,164  ; 
Feb.  14. 

Anderson,  William  J.,  Hyde,  England.  Hat  shield  or  pad. 
No.    1,421,139  ;   June   27. 

Anderson,  William  J.,  Hyde,  England.  Showcard,  calendar 
and  the  like.     No.  1,421,367  ;  July  4. 

Anderson,  AYilliam  J..  Hyde,  England.  Display  stand.  No. 
1,433,97S;    Oct.    31. 

Anderson,  William  M.,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Caster  cup. 
No.    1.402.998;    Jan.    10. 

Anderson,  William  R.  (See  Anderson,  James  D.  and 
W.   R.) 

Anderson,  William  T.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Safe  for  tired 
wheel  rims.     No.  1.406,601 ;  Feb.  14. 

Anderson,  William  T.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Safe  for  tired 
wheel  rims.     No.  1,406,805  ;  Feb.  14. 

Anderson  &  Prigge,  Inc.  (See  Anderson,  Edward  M.,  as- 
signor.) 

Andersson,  John  A.  J.,  Laholm,  Sweden.  Sheet-metal  roof. 
No.  1,433,333  ;  Oct.  24. 

Anderton,  Herbert  F.  (See  Bailey,  G.,  and  Robertshaw, 
assignors.) 

Anderton,  Kobert  C,  assignor  of  one-half  to  G.  H.  Pippy, 
San  Francisco,  Calif.  Lock  for  explosion  engines.  No. 
1,410,443  ;  Mar.  21. 

Andes,  Eugene  B.,  Lancaster,  Pa.  Firearm.  No.  1,415,976  ; 
May    16. 

Andes,  Eugene  B.,  Lancaster,  Pa.  Toy  firearm.  No. 
1.437,879;  Dec.  5. 

Andes,  Eugene  B.,  Lancaster,  Pa.,  assignor,  by  mesne 
assignments,  to  J.  J.  Edmiston,  Columbus,  Ohio.  Toy. 
No.   1,430,875  ;  Oct.  3. 

Andlauer,  Albert  P.      (See  Becker,  F.  A.,  and  Andlauer.) 

Andreae,  Edward  F.,  Newark,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  General 
Lead  Batteries  Company.  Storage-battery  terminal. 
No.    1,420,675;    June    27. 

Andreason,  Christian.  Sacramento,  Calif.  Vehicle  bumper. 
No.    1,412,820;    Apr.    18. 

Andreau,  Roland  L.,  assignor  to  E.  I.  du  Pont  de  Nemours 
and  Company,  Wilmington,  Del.  Making  acetyl  iso- 
borneol.     No.  1,420.399  ;  June  20. 

Andree,  William  E.,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  The  Ameri- 
can Laundry  Machinery  Company.  Norwood.  Ohio. 
Locking  and  release  treadle  mechanism  for  garment 
presses,     rjo.  1.403,820;  .Tan.  17. 

Andren,  Birger  T.,  assignor  to  A.  O.  Smith  Corporation, 
Milwaukee,  Wis.  Movable  platform  for  positioning  spe- 
cial machines  and  tools.    No.  1,408,156  :  Feb.  28. 

Andres.  Frank  M.     (See  Crisenberry,  B.  F.,  and  Andres.) 

Andres.  George  S.,  Chicago,  111.  Cylinder  construction. 
No.    1,413.372  ;   Apr.    18. 

Andresen,  Hilmar  A.,  Erie,  Pa.  Electromagneto  machine. 
No.   1,406,806;  Feb.   14. 

Andresen,  Jacob,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Electrically-illumi- 
nated fireproof  Christmas  wreath.  No.  1,436,003  ; 
Nov.    21. 

Andresen,  Julius  C,  assignor  to  California  Barrel  Com- 
pany, San  Francisco,  Calif.  Cover  fastener  for  ship- 
ping pails.     No.   1,425,311  ;  Aug.  8. 

Andrew.  Frederick  W.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Lock.  No 
1,438,164;  Dec.   12. 

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Andrew,  Frederick  W.,  assignor  to  Eisemann  Magneto  Cor- 
poration, Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Oscillating  magneto.  No. 
1,416,670  ;  May  23. 

Andrew,  Frederick  W.,  assignor  to  Eisemann  Magneto 
Corporation,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.     Telephone  receiver  of  the 

.     watchcase  type.     No.  1,439,785  ;  Dec.  26. 

Andrew,  Thomas,  Rochdale,  England,  assignor  to  No.  2 
D.  R.  Cotton  Mills,  Limited,  Regent's  Park,  county  of 
London,  England.  Treatment  of  canvas  and  similar 
woven   fabrics.     No.  1,425,934  ;  Aug.  15. 

Andrew,  William,  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Apparatus  for  pro- 
ducing fluted  columns  of  sheet  metal.  No.  1,420,608  ; 
June  20. 

Andrew,  William  K.,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Governor.  No. 
1,405,178;    Jan.    31. 

Andrews,  Charles  G.,  Denver,  Colo.  Air  and  steam  bag  for 
vulcanizers.     No.  1,428,201  ;  Sept.  5. 

Andrews  Crane  Corporation.  (See  Andrews,  Donald  S., 
assignor.) 

Andrews,  Donald  S.,  assignor  to  Andrews  Crane  Corpora- 
tion, Cleveland,  Ohio.  Hoisting  and  conveying  machine. 
No.  1,417,013  ;  May  23. 

Andrews,  Donald  S.,  assignor  to  Andrews  Crane  Corpora- 
tion, Cleveland,  Ohio.  Hoisting  and  conveying  device. 
No.   1,417,014  ;   May  23. 

Andrews,  Donald  S.,  assignor  to  Andrews  Crane  Corpora- 
tion, Cleveland,  Ohio.  Hoisting  and  conveying  device. 
No.  1,417,015;  May  23. 

Andrews,  Donald  S.,  assignor  to  Andrews  Crane  Corpo- 
ration, Cleveland,  Ohio.  Hoisting  and  conveying  device. 
No.   1,429,012 ;   Sept.   12. 

Andrews,  Ewart  S.,  Beckenham,  England.  Vaporizer  for 
liquefied  gases.     No.   1,417,292  ;   May  23. 

Andrews,  Frank  W.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
The  Superior  Refrigerating  Company,  Wapakoneta, 
Ohio.    Refrigerating  apparatus.     No.  1,419,097  ;  June  6. 

Andrews,  Jarvis  M.  (See  Troland,  L.  T.,  Ball,  and  An- 
drews.) 

Andrews,  Jesse  W.      (See  Evans,  H.  L.,  and  Andrews.) 

Andrews,  Jesse  W.,  and  H.  L.  Evans,  Newport,  R.  L,  as- 
signors to  Cartoning  Machinery  Corporation,  Newark, 
N.  J.     Carton-filling  machine.     No.  1,439,536;  Dec.  19. 

Andrews.  Josiah  S.,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.  Vehicle  jack.  No. 
1,428,519  ;   Sept.  5. 

Andrews,  Louis  A.,  Newton  Upper  Falls,  Mass.  Pump, 
No.  1,431,355  ;  Oct.  10.    ' 

Andrews,  Paul  I.,  Kennebunk,  Me.  Box  holder  for  berry 
pickers.     No.  1,406,326  ;  Feb.  14. 

Andrews,  Paul  I.,  Kennebunk,  Me.  Antifriction  attach- 
ment for  greenhouse  benches.     No.  1,419,484;  June  13. 

Andrews,  Stephen,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Armor  for  tires.  No. 
1,428,467  ;  Sept.  5. 

Andrews,  William  A.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Electric  liquid 
heater.     No.  1,405,475  ;  Feb.  7. 

Andrick,  Wallace  P.,  Hohokus,  and  J.  F.  Dahl,  East 
Orange,  N.  J.,  assignors  to  Western  Electric  Company, 
Incorporated,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Telephone-exchange 
system.      No.    1,415,853 ;    May    16. 

Andrioli,  Vittorio,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Boiler  circulating 
device.     No.  1,403,534;  Jan.  17. 

Andrioli,  Vittorio,  Schenectady,  N.  Y.  Stay  rod.  No. 
1,412,502;  Apr.  11. 

Andrist,  Loren,  W.  R.,  Mankato,  Minn.  Camping  attach- 
ment for  motor  vehicles.     No.  1,426,031  ;  Aug.  15. 

Andrusyszyn,  Fedio.     (See  Haniuk,  Wasyl,  assignor.) 

Andrusyszyn,  Frank,  Revloc,  Pa.  Car-seat  construction. 
No.    1,423,508 ;    July    25. 

Andrusyszyn,  Frank,  assignor  of  one-fourth  to  W.  Klymko, 
Nanty  Glo,  and  one-fourth  to  A.  Senczak,  Revloc,  Pa. 
Sliding-door  lock.     No.  1,423.509  ;   July  25. 

Anduaga,  Simon,  jr.,  and  J.  Luevano,  Mexico.  Mexico. 
Life-saving  apparatus  for  elevators  and  cages.  No. 
1,440,049;  Dec.  26. 

Anelli,  Joseph.      (See  Polo.   A.,   and   Anelli.) 

Angel,  Edmond  C,  Chattanooga,  Tenn.  Gaseous-fuel 
mixer.     No.   1,419,710  ;   June  13. 

Angel,  Erik  G.  R.,  Trollhattan,  Sweden.  Cooling  liquids. 
No.  1,435,142  ;   Nov.  14. 

Angel,  Herbert,  Brooklyn,  assignor  to  The  Western  Union 
Telegraph  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Cable  telegraphy. 
No.   1,431,865  ;    Oct.   10. 

Angeletti,  Joseph  M.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Tire  trimmer. 
No.  1,424,433.     Aug.  1. 

Angell,  Emmett  D.,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Support.  No. 
1.420.676;    June    27. 

Angell,  Fred  P.,  Battle  Creek,  Mich.  Dual  valve  for  hy- 
drants.     No.    1,411,259 ;    Apr.    4. 

Angell,  Frederick  H.     (See  Simpson,  Robert  D.,  assignor.) 

Angell,  S.  Alice,  executrix.  (See  Simpson,  Robert  D., 
assignor.) 

Angelo,  Alan,  Atlantic  City,  N.  J.  Deflecting  device  for 
automobile  lamps.     No.    1,417,128 ;    May   23. 

Angerer,  Victor,  Ridley  Park,  assignor  to  William  Whar- 
ton, Jr.,  &  Co.,  Incorporated,  Easton,  Pa.  Spring  box. 
No.    1,411,826 ;    Apr.    4. 

Angerer,  Victor,  Ridley  Park,  assignor  to  William  Whar- 
ton, Jr.,  &  Co.,  Incorporated,  Easton,  Pa.  Integral 
guard    rail.      No.    1,411,827  ;   Apr.  4. 

Angerer,  Victor,  Ridley  Park,  assignor  to  William  Whar- 
ton, Jr.,  and  Company,  Incorporated,  Easton,  Pa.  In- 
tegral guard   rail.      No.   1,421,342;   June  27. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Angerer,  Victor,  Ridley  Park,  assignor  to  William  Whar- 
ton, jr.,  &  Company,  Incorporated,  Easton,  Pa.  Rail- 
way crossing.     No.  1,428,514  ;  Sept.  12. 

Angers,  Alfred,  Black  Lake,  Quebec,  Canada.  Asbestos- 
fiber  separator.     No.  1,419,437  ;  June  13. 

Angier,  Edward  H.      (See  Harrison,  Mary  R.,  assignor.). 

Angler,  Edward  H.    (See  Wheildon,  William  M.,  assignor.) 
Angier,   Edward  H.,  Framingbam,  Mass.     Package.      No. 
1,432,010;    Oct.    17. 

Angier,  Edward  H.,  Pramingham,  and  W.  M.  Wheildon, 
Ashland,  Mass. ;  said  Wheildon  assignor  to  said  Angier. 
Wrapping  machine.     No.  1,432,009  ;  Oct.  17. 

Angier,  Edward  H.,  Framingham,  and  W.  M.  Wheildon, 
Ashland,  Mass.  ;  said  Wheildon  assignor  to  said  Angier. 
Cartridge   belt.     No.   1,436,227 ;  Nov.   21. 

Anglada,  Joseph  A.,  Jenkintown,  Pa.,  assignor  of  one-half 
to  C.  S.  Akley,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Electric  lifting  jack. 
No.  1,414,683;  May  2. 

Anglada,  Joseph  A.,  Jenkintown,  Pa.,  assignor  of  one-half 
to  C.  S.  Akley,  New  York,  N.  Y.     Pneumatic  lifting  jack. 
No.  1.414,718;  May  2. 
Anglemeyer,  Clayton  O.,  and  F.  E.  Perlberg,  Racine,  Wis. 
Excavator  plow  point.     No.   1,424,750 ;   Aug    8. 

Anglemyer,  Ray  E.,  Clarendon,  Va.  Footboard  attach- 
ment for  automobiles.     No.  1,431,084  ;  Oct.  3. 

Anglemyer,  Williard  A.,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Shock  snub- 
ber.     No.  1,405,813  ;  Feb.  7. 

Angsten,  Henry  W.,  Chicago,  111.  Wheel  construction.  No. 
1,433,522;    Oct.   31. 

Angstrom,  Carl  J.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  S.  Diescher  & 
Sons,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Opening  sheet-metal  packs.  No. 
1,420,359  ;   June  20. 

Angstrom,  Hilding  K.,  MalmO,  Sweden.  Roller  or  ball 
bearing  for  electrically-driven  vehicles  and  the  like. 
No.    1,406,807 ;.    Feb.    14. 

Angstrom,  Hilding  K.,  Malmo,  Sweden.  Device  for  trans- 
mitting electric  current  between  rotating  and  non-ro- 
tating members.     No.   1,433,331  ;   Oct.   24. 

Angus,  Arthur  R.,  Brighton,  England.  Electric  control 
of  railway  trains  or  vehicles.    No.  1,414,999;  May  2. 

Angus,  Arthur  R.,  Minehead',  England.  Railway  safe- 
running  device.     No.  1,415,214  ;  May  9. 

Angus,  Arthur  R.,  Minehead,  England.  Railway  safe-run- 
ning device.     No.  1,417,016;  May  23. 

Angus,  Donald  J.,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Current  transformer. 
No.    1,415,505;    May    9. 

Angus,  Donald  J.,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Volt-ampere  meter. 
(Reissue.)     No.  15,370;  June  6. 

Angus,  Donald  J.,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Movable  element  for 
meters.     No.   1,425,229  ;  Aug.  8. 

Angus,  Donald  J.,  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  assignor  to  The 
Crown  Cork  and  Seal  Company  of  Baltimore  City.  Ap- 
paratus for  moving  articles  of  magnetic  material.  No. 
1,406,963  ;  Feb.  21. 

Angus,  Harry  H.,  assignor  to  The  Atlas  Engineering  & 
Machine  Company,  Limited,  Toronto,  Ontario,  Canada. 
Accelerating  pump  for  water  -  heating  systems.  No. 
1,430,141 ;   Sept.  26. 

Angus,  John  P.,  Tonawanda,  N.  Y.  Automatic  train- 
control  device.     No.  1,423,385  ;  July  18. 

Angus,  Matthew.     (See  Denton,  F.  G.  and  Angus.) 

Anholzer,  Edward  F.,  Appleton,  Wis.  Bake  tin.  No. 
1,406,522  ;   Feb.   14. 

Anhydrous  Food  Products  Company.  (See  Beckworth, 
O.   Q,,  and  Hobson.  assignors.) 

Ankarberg,  Malkus  O.,  Fort  Clark.  N.  Dak.  Lathe  for 
truing  commutators.     No.  1,403,370  ;  Jan.  10. 

Ankener,  Henry  E.,  and  L.  A.  Demarco,  Baltimore,  Md. 
Game.     No.  1,405,705  ;  Feb.  7. 

Ankeny,  Roy  H.,  Morgantown,  W.  Va.  Flushing  cuspidor. 
No.  1,424,272  ;  Aug.  1. 

Annand,  Robert  C,  London,  England.  Flat-bed  printing 
machine.     No.   1,437,461  ;   Dec.   5. 

Annen,  James  E.,  assignor  to  National  Paper  Can  Com- 
pany, Milwaukee,  Wis.  Machine  for  inserting  end 
closures  in  can  bodies.     No.  1,433,251 ;  Oct.  24. 

Annert,  August  W.,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.  Plumber's  soil. 
No.  1,439,596;  Dec.   19. 

Anninger,  Mario,  Trieste,  Italy.  Gas  meter.  No. 
1,421,140  ;   June   27. 

Annis,  Ainley.     (See  Heath,  D.  B.,  and  Annis.) 

Annis,  Burleigh  F.,  Chattanooga,  Tenn.  Damper.  No. 
1,419,438  ;   June  13. 

Anniston  Electric  Steel  Corporation.  (See  Coleman,  Wil- 
liam R.,  assignor.) 

Anover,  Felix,  Manila,  Philippine  Islands.  Pocketknife. 
No.    1.403.281  ;    Jan.    10. 

Ansbaugh,  Isaac  T.  (See  Lantz,  J.  L.,  Ansbaugh,  and 
Loutzenhiser. ) 

Anschutz  &  Co.  (See  Anschiitz-Kaempfe,  Hermann,  as- 
signor.) 

Anschiitz-Kaempfe,  Hermann,  assignor  to  Anschutz  &  Co., 
Neumiihlen,  near  Kiel,  Germany.  Boring  device  and 
production  of  vertical  boreholes.     No.  1,411,896;  Apr.  4. 

Anselm,  Charles,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Heater  for  bottles 
and    the   like.      No.    1,434,472 ;   Nov.    7. 

Anselm,  William  B.,  Norfolk,  Va.  Folding  chair.  No. 
1,426,140;   Aug.    15. 

Ansingh,  Herman  K.,  Murraysville,  Pa.,  assignor  to  West- 
inghouse  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company.  Switch 
latch.     No.  1.433,692  ;   Oct.   31. 

Ansonia  Clock  Co.     (See  Treganza,  Howard  J.,  assignor.) 


Ansonia  O  &  C  Co.,  The.  (See  Morton,  Frederic  C,  as- 
signor.) 

Anstett,  Frank,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa.  Saxophone.  No. 
1,440,124  ;  Dec.  26. 

Anstice,  Josiah,  &  Company.  (See  Pickering,  Theodore 
H.,    assignor.) 

Anstiss,  George  P.,  assignor  to  G.  S.  Blakeslee  &  Co., 
Chicago,  111.    Washing  machine.    No.  1,415,506  ;  May  9. 

Anston,  George,  Shreveport,  La.  Respiratory  apparatus. 
No.  1,406,141 ;  Feb.  7. 

Anston,  George,  and  G.  P.  Petropulos,  Chicago,  111.  Cof- 
fee-making apparatus.     No.  1,408,963  ;  Mar.  7. 

Antaramian,  Hrant  G.,  Kenosha,  Wis.  Striping  machine. 
No.  1,425,312;   Aug.   8. 

Antaramian,  Hrant  G.,  Kenosha,  Wis.  Ornamenting 
process  and  apparatus.     No.   1,431,917  ;   Oct.   17. 

Antholz,  Henry  W.,  McDonald,  Kans.  Mail  carrier.  No 
1,404,679  ;  Jan.  24. 

Anthon,  George  C,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Stanley 
Insulating  Company,  Great  Barrington,  Mass.  Heat- 
insulated  receptacle.     No.  1,426,446  ;  Aug.  22. 

Anthony,  Arthur,  Ethingshall,  near  Wolverhampton,  Eng- 
land. Fastener  for  driving  belts  of  motor  cycles  and 
other  vehicles.     No.  1,402,560  ;  Jan.  3. 

Anthony,  Carl  H.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  The  Jeffrey 
Manufacturing  Company,  Columbus,  Ohio.  Sprocket 
wheel.     No.  1,433,923  ;  Oct.   31. 

Anthony  Company.  (See  Anthony,  W.  C,  and  Heinemann, 
assignors.) 

Anthony  Company.     (See  Anthony,  William  C,  assignor.) 

Anthony  Company.  (See  Stevenson,  W.  W.,  and  Bathgate 
assignors.) 

Anthony,  David  S.,  Lamoni,  Iowa,  assignor  of  one-half  to 
E.  Hooper,  San  Antonio,  Tex.  Piston  ring.  No. 
1,410,727  ;  Mar.  28. 

Anthony,  Elliott  E.,  Chicago,  111.  Tool  grinder.  No. 
1,407,455;  Feb.  21. 

Anthony,  George  H.,  Sykesville,  Pa.  Dirigible  headlamp. 
No.    1,412,911;    Apr.    18. 

Anthony,  George  H.,  Sykesville.  Pa.  Dirigible  head- 
light for  locomotives.     No.  1,421,368  ;  July  4. 

Anthony,  Harold  G..  Chicago,  111.  Combination  floor  and 
platform  truck.     No.  1,414.163  ;  Apr.  25. 

Anthony,  Herman  R.  C,  Madison,  Wis.  Automobile  ven- 
tilator.   No.  1,408,431  ;  Mar.  7. 

Anthony,  James  T.,  East  Orange,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Ameri- 
can Arch  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Locomotive  fire 
box.     No.  1,402,132  ;  Jan.  3. 

Anthony,  Marcus  O.,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  M.  C. 
Rosenfeld,   Cleveland,  Ohio.     No.  1,402,468  ;  Jan.  3. 

Anthony,  Marcus  O.,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  M.  C. 
Rosenfeld,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Grinding  mill.  No. 
1,425,161  ;    Aug.    8. 

Anthony,  Marcus  O.,  assignor  to  A.  Kimball  Company, 
New  York,  N.  Y.  Packaging  machine.  No.  1,412,098  ; 
Apr.  11. 

Anthony,  Marcus  O.,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  H.   S. 

Sampliner,     Cleveland,     Ohio.      Weaving     frame.      No. 

1,427,769  ;  Sept.  5. 
Anthony,  Stanley,  Boston,  Mass.     Index.     No.  1,419,194  ; 

June    13. 
Anthony,  Thomas  P.,  Edgewater  Park,  assignor  to  United 

States  Cast  Iron  Pipe  &  Foundry  Company.  Burlington, 

N.  J.     Molding  apparatus.      No.   1,425,230 ;   Aug.   8. 
Anthony,    William    C.,    assignor    to    Anthony    Company, 

Streator,     111.       Body     subdivision.       No.     1,425,821 ; 

Aug.   15. 

Anthony,  William  C,  and  M.  Heinemann,  assignors  to- 
Anthony  Company,  Streator,  111.  Subframe  construc- 
tion.    No.   1,436,075 ;   Nov.   21. 

Anthos,  Frank  H.,  Boston,  assignor  of  one-eighth  to 
D.  G.  Carzis,  Cambridge,  one-eighth  to  J.  Carzis,  one- 
eighth  to  J.  G.  Carzis,  and  one-eighth  to  G.  Picradis, 
Lynn,  Mass.     Metal  heel.     No.  1,417,881  ;  May  30. 

Anthracite  Separator  Company.  (See  Pardee,  F.,  jr.,  and' 
Lyon,  assignors.) 

Antofilli,  Giovanni,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Burglar  alarm.  No. 
1,420,510;  June  20. 

Antoine,  Alfred  D.,  Chicago,  and  A.  E.  Gebert,  Wilmette, 
111.,  assignors  to  Advance  Machine  Company,  Chicago, 
111.     Vapor  burner.     No.  1,415,215  ;  May  9. 

Anton.  Mark  G.     (See  Jones,  A.  H.,  and  Anton.) 

Antonelli,  Orazio,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Motion-picture  appa- 
ratus.     No.    1,406.808 ;   Feb.   14. 

Antoni,  Guido  and  U.,  Pisa,  Italy.  Blade  propeller  for 
submarine  boats.     No.  1.411.769  ;  Apr.  4. 

Antoni,  Ugo.     (See  Antonio,  Guido  and  U.) 

Antonsanti,  Louis.  Ponce,  P.  R.  Pump-priming  apparatus 
and  process.     No.   1,430,611 ;   Oct.   3. 

Antrim,  William  D..  assignor  to  Welsbach  Company. 
Gloucester  City,  N.  J.  Gas  heater.  No.  1,406,523; 
Feb.   14. 

Apeldoornsche  Machlnefabrieken  Metaalgieterij  voorheen 
Loog  Landaal.     (See  Ferguson,  George,  assignor.) 

Aper,  Anna  B.,  Olney,  111.  Nursery  bath  cabinet.  No. 
1,409,330;   Mar.   14. 

Apex  Appliance  Company.  (See  Anderson,  Adolph  F., 
assignor.) 

Apex  Machine  Company,  The.  (See  Ziegler,  William  M., 
assignor.) 

Apex  Specialties  Corporation.  (See  Greenwood,  Richard 
F.,   assignor.) 


UNITED    STATES    PATENT    OFFICE,    1922. 
Alphabetical  lint  of  patentees — Continued. 


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Apfel,  Adam,  Evansville,  Wis.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assign- 
ments of  one-half  to  M.  Skoda,  Oak  Park,  111.  Sani- 
tary sugar  server.     No.  1,430,876  ;  Oct.  3. 

Apfel,  Philip  F.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  W.  B.  Mather, 
Seattle,  Wash.  Thermostatic  switch.  No.  1,426,447 ; 
Aug.  22. 

Apgar,  Milton  P.      (See  Harsley,  J.  W.,  and  Apgar.) 

Apollo  Magneto  Corporation.  (See  Fuegel,  G.,  and 
Schmid,  assignors.) 

Apollo  Piano  Company,  The.  (See  Clark,  Melville,  as- 
signor.) 

Appel,  Nathan,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Shaving  brush.  No. 
1,413,953  ;  Apr.  25. 

Appel,  Walter  D.,  Cleveland  Heights,  Ohio.  Internal- 
combustion  engine.     No.  1,422,810  ;  July  18. 

Applas,  Clarence  S.,  Sacramento,  Calif.  Vehicle  curtain 
fastener.     No.   1,422,513;  July  11. 

Apple,  Vincent  G.,  Dayton,  Ohio.  Molding  press.  No. 
1,402,705  ;  Jan.  3. 

Apple.  Vincent  G„  Dayton,  Ohio.  Electric  motor.  No. 
1,407,508;  Feb.  21. 

Apple.  Vincent  G.,  Dayton,  Ohio.  Making  self-lubricating 
bearings.     No.   1,409,148 ;   Mar.   14. 

Apple,  Vincent  G.,  Dayton,  Ohio.  Making  armatures. 
No.  1,438,422  ;  Dec.  12. 

Apple,  Vincent  G.,  Dayton,  Ohio.  Armature.  No. 
1,43S,423  ;   Dec.    12. 

Applebaum.  Harry  L.,  Denver,  Colo.  Transmission  mecha- 
nism.    No.  I,4i3,563  ;  Apr.  25. 

Appleby  Engineering  Company.  (See  Appleby,  James  P., 
assignor.) 

Appleby,  Frank  C,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Slip-sheet-feeding 
attachment  for  printing  presses.  No.  1,403,371  ; 
Jan.    10. 

Appleby,  James  P.,  assignor  to  Appleby  Engineering  Com- 
pany, Minneapolis.  Minn.  Ball-forming  machine.  No. 
1.404,334  ;  Jan.  24. 

Appleby,  William  H.,  Windsor,  Ontario,  Canada.  Door- 
latch   device.      No.    1,427,252;    Aug.    29. 

Appleby,  William  H.,  Toronto,  Ontario,  Canada.  Bolt  fas- 
tener.    No.  1,427,253;  Aug.  29. 

Applegate,  Daniel,  Port  Clinton,  Ohio.  Valve-grinding 
machine.     No.   1,433,170  ;  Oct.  24. 

Applegate,  Edward  B.,  and  W.  H.  Yeomans,  assignors  to 
Imperial  Furniture  Company,  Grand  Kapids,  Mich. 
Glue  mixing  and  preserving  apparatus.  No.  1,422,811 ; 
July  18. 

Applegate,  George.     (See  Berry,  H.  C,  and  Applegate.) 

Applegate,  Lee  R.,  Seattle,  Wash.  Vegetable  cubing  ma- 
chine.   No.  1,430,049  ;  Sept.  26. 

Applegate,  Milton  C,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Liner.  No. 
1,404,680;  Jan.  24. 

Appleman,  William  H.,  Belmont,  N.  Y.  Automobile  jack. 
No.    1,433,867 ;    Oct.    31. 

Appleton,  Charles,  and  F.  McRea,  Surf  Inlet,  British  Co- 
lumbia, Canada.  Insulating  and  anticorrosive  paint  and 
making  same.    No.  1,430,142  ;  Sept.  26. 

Appleton  Electric  Co.  (See  Anderson,  Ernst  G.  K.,  .as- 
signor.) 

Appleton,  Frank  D.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Stop  for  talking 
machines.     No.  1,436,561  ;  Nov.  21. 

Applin,  John  W.,  and  II.  L.  Watson,  assignors  to  La 
Favette  Motors  Company,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Shutter 
control    for   vehicles.      No.    1.412.822:    Apr.    18. 

Apps,  Charles  H.,  East  Orange,  N.  J.  Water  gauge. 
No.  1,438,208  ;  Dec.  12. 

Apollo  Magneto  Corporation,  Inc.  (See  Schmid,  H.,  and 
Fuegel,    assignors.) 

Apt.  William  E.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Rail  holder.  No. 
1,412,264;  Apr.  11. 

Aptowicz,  Leon,  Ybnkers,  N.  Y.  Ash  receptacle.  No. 
1,422.165  ;   July  11. 

Aram,  Otto,  Essington,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Westinghouse  Elec- 
tric and  Manufacturing  Company.  Refuse  grinder  and 
discharge  mechanism  for  stokers.    No.  1.405,814  ;  Feb.  7. 

Aramian,  Harry  S.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Detachable  heel. 
No.  1,408,964  ;  Mar.  7. 

Arata,  Mario  F.,  San  Anselmo,  Calif.  Lingual  bar.  Nb. 
1.435.909  :   Nov.  21. 

Arato.  Achille,  assignor  to  F.  Botta,  Turin,  Italy.  Trailer 
brake.     No.  1,424,273;  Aug.  1. 

Arbaugh,  Harvey  A.,  and  R.  E.  Keene,  Portland,  Ind. 
Building  clamp.     No.  1,439,499  ;  Dec.   19. 

Arbetblatt,  Abraham,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Steering  gear 
for  trailers.     No.   1,424,129  ;   July  25. 

Arbetter  Felling  Machine  Company.  (See  Hayes,  Thomas 
J.,  assignor.) 

Arbetter  Felling  Machine  Company.  (See  Moulton, 
Harley  C,  assignor.) 

Arbin,  Georges,  Bondy,  France,  assignor  to  Societe  Arbin 
Freres  &  Gueudr§,  Brevannes,  France.  Machine  for 
sewing  mats  for  hothouses.     No.  1,413.511 ;  Apr.  18. 

Arbogast,  Charles.      (See  Schaaf,  John  B.,  assignor.) 

Arbuckle,  Alexander  J.,  Johannesburg,  Transvaal,  South 
Africa.  Apparatus  for  separating  the  liquid  and  solid 
components  of  mixtures  of  liquids  and  crushed  or  ground 
ore  products.     No.  1,422,514  ;  July  11. 

Arbuckle,  Samuel  F.,  assignor  to  United  States  Automo- 
tive Corporation.  Connersville,  Ind.  Headlight  appara- 
tus.    No.  1,409,912;  Mar.  21. 

Arbuckle,  Samuel  F.,  assignor  to  United  States  Automo- 
tive Corporation,  Connersville,  Ind.  Tilting  reflector 
for  lamps.     No.   1,424,793;  Aug.   8. 


Arcade  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Tscherning,  Henry, 
assignor.) 

Arcadia  Trailer  Corporation.  (See  Collier,  Joseph  W., 
assignor.) 

Arcaro,  James  G.,  Washington,  D.  C,  and  T.  C.  Furr, 
Rosslyn,  Va.     Assorting  device.    No.  1,419,485  ;  June  13. 

Arcate,  Joseph  J.,  Brooklyn,-  and  T.  V.  Fowler,  Port 
Richmond,  .  N.  Y.  Necktie- securing  device.  No. 
1,410,728  ;  Mar.  28. 

Archer,  Charles  L.,  Des  Moines,  Iowa.  Cord  tire.  No. 
1,437,125  ;   Nov.  28. 

Archer,  Charles  W.,  Gary,  Ind.  Preparation  for  the  treat- 
ment of  pyorrhea.     No.  1,433,979  ;  Oct.   31. 

Archer,  George  T.     (See  Taylor,  S.  E.,  Ellis,  and  Archer.) 

Archer,  Lenah  B.,  executrix.     (See  Burrows,  Linus  P.) 

Archer.  Robert  G.,  jr.  (See  Archer,  Robert  G.,  sr.,  and 
R.  G.,  jr.) 

Archer,  Robert  G.,  sr.,  and  R.  G.,  jr.,  Fort  Washington, 
Pa.     Adjustable  lamp  bracket.     No.  1,438,806  ;  Dec.  12. 

Archibald,  Harry  A.,  New  Rochelle,  N.  Y.  Machine  for 
cutting  ribbons  of  plastic,  semiplastic,  or  solid  material. 
No.  1,437,742  ;  Dec.  5. 

Archibald,  Norman  F.,  et  al.  (See  Rowley,  Alfred  J., 
assignor.) 

Archibald,  Robert  A.,  deceased,  Oakland,  Calif.  ;  T.  C. 
Van  Ness,  jr.,  executor.  Spleen  extract.  No.  1,437,951  ; 
Dec.  5. 

Archibald,  Whitney  A.,  Bellingham.  Wash.  Log-loading 
jack.     No.  1,430,717;  Oct.  3. 

Arctic  Rotary  Pump  Company.  (See  Joynt,  J.,  and  Bow- 
ser,  assignors.) 

Ardizzoni,  Guy,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Binding  machine.  No. 
1,420,677  ;    June   27. 

Ardo,  Joseph,  Newhall,  W.  Va.  Multipropelled  aeroplane. 
No.  1,417,017;  May  23. 

Ardo,  Joseph,  Newhall,  W.  Va.  Valve  mechanism.  No. 
1,421,119;  June  27. 

Ardo,  Joseph,  Newhall,  W.  Va.,  assignor  of  one-half  to 
Salman  Horvath,  Newhall,  W.  Va.  Submersible  flying 
Boat.     No.   1,421,369  ;   July  4. 

Arenberg,  Albert  L.,  Chicago,  111.  Reflector.  No.  1,407,910  ; 
Feb.  28. 

Arendt,  Morton,  C.  W.  Burrows,  and  H.  Rosenmeyer,  as- 
signors, by  mesne  assignments,  to  Battery  Appliance 
Corporation,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Protecting  means  for 
electrical  systems.     No.   1,434,728  ;   Nov.   7. 

Arens,  Fernando,  Hamburg,  Germany.  Lining  metal 
tubes,  pipes,  and  the  like.     No.  1,431,716  ;  Oct.  10. 

Arent,  Arthur,  Laboratories,  Inc.  (See  Arent,  Arthur, 
assignor.) 

Arent,  Arthur,  assignor  to  Arthur  Arent  Laboratories, 
Inc.,  Des  Moines,  Iowa.  Protectively  treating  wood  and 
the  like.     No.  1,418,609  ;  June  6. 

Arent,  Arthur,  assignor  to  Arthur  Arent  Laboratories, 
Inc.,  Des  Moines,  Iowa.  Protectively  treating  mate- 
rials.    No.  1,418,610  ;  June  6. 

Arentz,  Fred  B.      (See  Backhaus,  A.   A.,  and  Arentz.) 

Arenz,  Joseph.  (See  Magidson,  I.,  Arenz,  and  Pfeffer- 
korn.) 

Arey,  Fred  C,  Oak  Park,  111.  Apparatus  for  manufacture 
of  expanded  metal.     No.  1,412,156  ;  Apr.  11. 

Arey,  Samuel  E.,  Fellows,  Jay  J.  Hern,  Fellows,  and  M.  S. 
McFadden,  Taft,  Calif.  Sucker  -  rod  hanger.  No. 
1.414,541  ;  May  2. 

Argote,  Juan.      (See  Dominguez,  Manuel  D.,   assignor.) 

Argubright,  Joseph  W.,  Streator,  111.  Food  box.  No. 
1.431.085  ;  Oct.  3. 

Aridor  Company,  The.     (See  Moyer,  Paul  S.,  assignor.) 

Arii,  Jonosuke,  Tokyo,  Japan.  Apparatus  for  extracting 
oil  or  fat.     No.  1.437,743;  Dec.  5. 

Arkell,  Bartlett.  assignor  to  Arkell  Safety  Bag  Company, 
New  York,  N.  Y.  Machine  for  making  stretchable 
crinkled  paper.    No.  1,405,384  ;  Feb.  7. 

Arkell  Safety  Bag  Company,  (See  Arkell,  Bartlett,  as- 
signor.) 

Arkell  Safety  Bag  Company.    (See  Wandel,  Kurt,  assignor.) 

Arkin,  Jesse.  New  York,  N.  Y.  Artificial-tooth  anchorage. 
No.  1,429,552;  Sept.   19. 

Arkin,  Louis,  Boston,  Mass.  Fastener.  No.  1,402.827  ; 
Jan.    10. 

Arkwright,    Reuben.      (See   Moeller,    L,    and    Arkwright.) 

Arleskie,  William  S.,  Pittston,  Pa.  Safety  device  for  roll- 
ing stock.     No.  1,416,926;  May  23. 

Armathes,  Joseph  F.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  B.  H.  Gold- 
stein, Plymouth,  Pa.  Distributor.  No.  1,403,827 ; 
Jan.  17. 

Armieri,  Jos.  &  Co.     (See  Curioni,  Aldo,  assignor.) 

Armington,  Arthur  A.,  et  al.,  executors.  (See  Wardwell, 
Simon  W.) 

Armington,  Arthur  P.,  Wickliffe,  Ohio.  Transmission. 
No.  1,412,157  ;  Apr.  11. 

Armitage,  Clifford  F.,  and  F.  II.  Holmes,  Newark,  N.  J., 
and  B.  C.  Berry,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Composition  of  mat- 
ter for  use  as  paint  or  stain  and  insect  and  vermin 
repellent.      No.    1,439,053 ;    Dec.    19. 

Armitage,  George  H.,  Lincoln,  assignor  to  United  Lace  & 
Braid  Manufacturing  Company,  Auburn,  Cranston, 
R.  I.  Machine  for  making  shoe  laces  and  the  like. 
No.    1,423,9S4;    July    25. 

Armitage.  Mariorie  B.,  Colorado  Springs,  Colo.  Signal. 
No.   1,421,141  ;   June  27. 

Armor,  James  0.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  assignor  to  General 
Electric  Company.  Transformer.  No.  1,402,037 ; 
Jan.  3. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FHOM    THE 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Armor,  James  C,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  assignor  to  General 
Electric  Company.  Voltage  regulation.  No.  1,414,248  ; 
Apr.  25. 

Armour  and  Company.     (See  Powell,  Jesse  R.,  assignor.) 

Armour  Fertilizer  Works.  (See  MacDowell,  C.  II.,  and 
Meyers,   assignors.) 

Armour  Fertilizer  Works.  (See  MacDowell,  C.  H.,  Meyers, 
and  Pattison,  assignors.) 

Armour  Fertilizer  Works.  (See  MacDowell,  Charles  H., 
assignor.) 

Armour  Fertilizer  Works.      (See  Shoeld,  Mark,  assignor.) 

Armour  Grain  Company.  (See  Stoddard,  E.  S.,  and  Miner, 
,  assignors.) 

A'rmstead  Snow  Motors,  Incorporated.  (See  Burch,  Fred- 
erick  R.,    assignor.) 

Armstrong,  Abel,  San  Francisco,  assignor  of  one-half  to 
P.  J.  Murphy,  Riverside,  Calif.  Adjustable  wire-coil- 
spring    machine.      No.    1.403,372 ;    Jan.    10. 

Armstrong,  Albert  E.,  assignor  to  James  L.  Armstrong, 
Ottawa,  Ontario,  Canada.  Truss.  No.  1,413,512 ; 
Apr.     18. 

Armstrong,  Allen  A.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  P.  W.  Flicker, 
Cleveland,  Ohio.  Exercising  apparatus.  No.  1,409,902  ; 
Mar.   21. 

Armstrong,  Arthur  C,  Hammond,  Ind.  Process  of  and  ap- 
paratus for  the  distillation  of  oil.   No.  1,408,242  ;  Feb.  28. 

Armstrong,  Bertha  L.  (See  Tulloch,  D.  M.,  and  Bodge, 
assignors.) 

Armstrong,  Charles  C,  Marvsville,  Ohio.  Heating  ele- 
ment. No.  1,438,424  ;  Dec.  12. 

Armstrong,  Charles  G.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Method  and 
apparatus  for  garbage  disposal.     No.  1,415,290  ;  May  9. 

Armstrong  Cork  Company.     (See  Fix,  Frank,  assignor.) 

Armstrong  Cork  Company.     (See  Fix,  Frank  C,  assignor.) 

Armstrong  Cork  Company.  (See  Lansill,  John  S.,  as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong,  Edwin  H.     (See  Pupin,  M.  I.,  and  Armstrong.) 

Armstrong,  Edwin  H.,  Yonkers,  N.  Y.  Signaling  system. 
No.    1,424.065 ;    July    25. 

Armstrong,  Edwin  J.,  assignor  to  Ball  Engine  Company, 
Erie,  Pa.     Clam-shell  machine.     No.  1.401,951  ;  Jan.  3. 

Armstrong,  Edwin  J.,  assignor  to  F.  B.  McBrier,  Erie, 
Pa.     Wrench.     No.   1,431,451 ;  Oct.   10. 

Armstrong.  Edwin  J.,  assignor  to  F.  B.  McBrier,  Erie,  Pa. 
Slot-cutting  machine.     No.  1,432,011  ;  Oct.  17. 

Armstrong,  Edwin  J.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  A.  C.  Vicary, 
Erie,    Pa.      Power   shovel.      No.    1,439,216 ;    Dec.    19. 

Armstrong.  Eli  H.,  Savannah,  Ga.  Treating  acid  phos- 
phate.    No.   1,439,054  ;  Dec.  19. 

Armstrong,  Evan  A.      (See  Harris,  Archer  H.,  assignor.) 

Armstrong,  Frank  H.,  Auburn,  assignor  to  Corona  Type- 
writer Company,  Inc.,  Groton,  N.  Y.  Typewriting  ma- 
chine.      No.    1,419,196 ;    June   13. 

Armstrong,  Frank  H.,  Auburn,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Corona 
Typewriter  Company,  Inc.,  Groton,  N.  Y.  Typewriting 
machine.     No.   1,437,214  ;   Nov.    28. 

Armstrong,  Frank  H.,  Auburn,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Corona 
Typewriter  Company,  Inc.,  Groton,  N.  Y.  Typewriting 
machine.      No.    1.437,215  :   Nov.   28. 

Armstrong,  Frank  TL,  Auburn,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Corona 
Typewriting  Company,  Inc..  Groton,  N.  Y.  Typewriting 
machine.     No.   1,437,216  :  Nov.  28. 

Armstrong,  Frank  H..  Auburn,  and  E.  L.  Harmon,  as- 
signors to  Corona  Typewriter  Company,  Inc.,  Groton, 
N.  Y.     Typewriting  machine.     No.  1,419,195  ;  June  13. 

Armstrong,  Frank  T.,  assignor  of  one-third  to  G.  B. 
Sayre  and  one-third  to  Robert  D.  Nesbitt,  Detroit, 
Mich.  Regenerator  or  fuel  vaporizer  for  internal-com- 
bustion engines.     No.  1.413,564;  Apr.  25. 

Armstrong,  James  C,  Beloit,  Wis.  Fan.  No.  1,424,391  ; 
Aug.  1. 

Armstrong.  James  C,  Beloit,  Wis.  Ventilator.  No. 
1,432,517;  Oct.   17. 

Armstrong,  James  C,  Beloit,  Wis.  Cooling  system  for 
internal-combustion    engines.      No.    1,432,518 ;    Oct.    17. 

Armstrong,  James  L.  (See  Armstrong,  Albert  E.,  as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong,  John  A.,  assignor  to  Niagara  Metal  Stamping 
Corporation.  Niagara  Falls,  N.  Y.  Securing  device  for 
plates  and  the  like.     No.  1,439,682  ;  Dec.  26. 

Armstrong,  John  J.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  R.  B.  Booth, 
Honolulu,  Hawaii.  Hose  coupling.  No.  1,437,082 ; 
Nov.   2S. 

Armstrong  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Watson,  George 
R.,  assignor.) 

Armstrong,  Octavia  A.,  Hay  Springs,  Nebr.  Table.  No. 
1,420,511  ;  June  20. 

Armstrong,  Oscar  F.,  assignor  to  Ernest  D.  Haseltine  Co., 
Haverhill,      Mass.         Sole  -  grooving      machine.  No. 

1.417,018;    May    23. 

Armstrong,  Percy  A.  E.,  Loudonville,  N.  Y.  Carburizing 
box.     No.  1,407,456  ;  Feb.  21. 

Armstrong,  Percy  A.  E.,  Loudonville,  N.  Y.  Electrical 
heating   element.      No.    1,416,436 ;    May    16. 

Armstrong,  Percy  A.  E.,  Loudonville,  N.  Y.  Apparatus 
for  molding  hollow  bodies.     No.   1,416.927  ;   May  23. 

Armstrong,  Percy  A.  E.,  Loudonville,  N.  Y.  Immersion 
water  heater.     No.  1,437,481 ;  Dec.  5. 

Armstrong,  Tercy  A.  E.,  Watervliet,  N.  Y.     Bearing.     No. 

1,422,812;  July  18. 
Armstrong,  Ralph  W.,  Westfield,  assignor  of  two-thirds  to 
A.    Waterman,    East    Orange,    N.    J.      Cloth    clip.      No. 
1,417,129;    May    23. 


Armstrong,  Robert  B.,  and  G.  Paterson,  assignors  to  R. 
&  W.  Hawthorn,  Leslie  &  Company,  Limited.  Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne,  England,  and  Cockburns  Limited,  Cardonald, 
near  Glasgow,  Scotland.  Valve  device.  No.  1.402,718; 
Jan.  3. 

Armstrong,  Robert  F.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Artificial  body 
member.     No.   1,423,296;  July  18. 

Armstrong,  Robert  F.,  assignor  to  F.  W.  Pollman,  Jr.,  La 
Cygne,  Kans.     Socket.     No.  1,408.157  ;  Feb.  28. 

Armstrong,  Robert  F.,  assignor  to  F.  W.  Pollman,  Jr., 
La  Cygne,  Kans.  Artificial  hand.  No.  1.409,513 ; 
Mar.  14. 

Armstrong  Siddeley  Motors  Limited.  (See  Smith,  Fred- 
erick R.,  assignor.) 

Armstrong  Siddeley  Motors  Limited.  (See  Viale,  Spirito 
M.,   assignor.) 

Armstrong  Siddeley  Motors  Limited.  (See  Wylie,  Hamil- 
ton N.,  assignor.) 

Armstrong,  Victor  C.  (See  Larchmonth,  John  H.,  as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong,  Sir  W.  G.,  Whitworth  and  Company.  (See 
Lee,  H.  W.,  and  Swindale,  assignors.) 

Armstrong,  William  H.,  New  Orleans,  La.  Poison-bottle 
cap.     No.   1,423,174  ;  July  18. 

Arn,  Fred,  assignor  to  J.  M.  Card  Lumber  Co.,  Chat- 
tanooga, Tenn.     Chock  block.    No.  1,403,535  ;  Jan.  17. 

Arn,  Herman  H.,  Uhrichsvillc,  Ohio.-  Rivet  cutter.  No. 
1,440,264  ;  Dec.  26. 

Amao,  Charles,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Massage  apparatus.  No. 
1,421,750;    July  4. 

Arndt,  Franklin  E.,  assignor  to  The  Galion  Iron  Works  & 
Mfg.  Co.,  Galion,  Ohio.  Bucket-door-closing  mechanism. 
No.    1,406,327 ;    Feb.    14. 

Arndt,  Franklin  E.,  assignor  to  The  Galion  Iron  Works 
&  Mfg.  Co.,  Galion,  Ohio.  Safety  stop  for  hoisting 
drums.     No.  1,412,643  ;  Apr.  11. 

Arndt,  Franklin  E.,  assignor  to  The  Galion  Iron  Works  & 
Mfg.  Co.,  Galion,  Ohio.  Truck  turntable.  No.  1,414,719  ; 
May  2. 

Arndt,  Franklin  E..  assignor  to  The  Galion  Iron  Works  & 
Mfg.  Co.,  Galion,  Ohio.  Bucket-door-opening  mecha- 
nism.    No.  1,415,291 ;  May  9. 

Arndt,  Franklin  E.,  assignor  to  The  Galion  Iron  Works 
&  Mfg.  Co.,  Galion,  Ohio.  Coal  handling  system.  No. 
1,425,822  ;   Aug.   15. 

Arndt,  Franklin  E..  assignor  to  The  Galion  Iron  Works 
and  Manufacturing  Company,  Galion,  Ohio.  Steering 
gear  for  road  machines.     (Reissue.)     No.  15,443  ;  Sept.  5. 

Arndt,  Franklin  E.,  assignor  to  The  Galion  Iron  Works  & 
Mfg.  Co.,  Galion,  Ohio.  Conveying  mechanism  for 
unloading  machines.     No.  1,437,581 ;  Dec.  5. 

Arndt,  John  P.,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Circuit  breaker.  No. 
1,403,373;   Jan.   10. 

Arndt,  John  P.,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Circuit  breaker.  No. 
1,404,564  ;  Jan.  24. 

Arndt,  John  P.,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Disconnecting  device. 
No.  1,422,248  ;   July  11. 

Arndt.  Maxmillion  M.,  Manitowoc,  Wis.  Knife  for  self- 
binder  knotters.     No.  1,414,684  ;  May  2. 

Arndt,  Maximillion  M.,  Manitowoc,  Wis.  Posthole  digger. 
No.  1,428.202;   Sept.  5. 

Arndt,  William  F.,  Watertown,  Wis.  Pressure-signaling 
device  for  tires.     No.  1,422,068  ;  July  11. 

Arneson,  Charles  E.,  Sioux  Falls,  S.  Dak.  Shock  absorber. 
No.  1,434,243  ;  Oct.  31. 

Arneson,    Oscar.      (See   Diers,   J.   H.,   and   Arneson.) 

Arness,  Olaf  J.,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Spraying  attachment 
No.  1,430,348  ;  .Sept.  26. 

Arnett,  Albert  C,  Shilo  Springs,  assignor  of  one-half  to 
William  Finch,  Dayton,  Ohio.  Automobile  light  re- 
flector.     (Reissue.)      No.   15,473  :   Oct.   24. 

Arnold,  Arthur  A.,  assignor  to  American  Optical  Com- 
pany, Southbridge,  Mass.  Glass  cutter.  No.  1,427,052  ; 
Aug.  22. 

Arnold,  Benjamin  S.,  Syracuse,  N.  Y.  Poppet  valve  for 
internal-combustion    engines.      No.    1,434,473 ;    Nov.    7. 

Arnold,  C.  C.,  et  al.      (See  Howard.  George,  assignor.) 

Arnold,  Charles  E.,  San  Diego,  Calif.  Mail  or  the  like 
box.     No.  1,414,062;  Apr.  25. 

Arnold,  Charles  E.,  <>ssignor  to  E.  I.  du  Pont  de  Nemours 
&  Company,  Wilmington,  Del.  Making  artificial  leather 
and  product  thereof.     No.  1.408,001 :  Feb.  28. 

Arnold,  Christian  J.,  Walker,  Iowa.  Wireless  corn  planter. 
No.   1,420,465  ;  June  20. 

Arnold-Creager  Company,  The.  (See  Graham,  Henry 
W.  B.,  assignor.) 

Arnold,  Decatur  E.,  Johnson  City,  Tenn.  Hack  saw.  No. 
1,432,586;    Oct.   17. 

Arnold,  Douglass  L.,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  Interna- 
tional Harvester  Company.  Internal-combustion  engine. 
No.   1,433,060  ;   Oct.  24. 

Arnold,  Edward  E.,  Coventry,  and  P.  St.  Clair,  jr., 
Providence,  assignors  to  The  Nitrogen  Corporation, 
Providence,  R.  I.  Conducting  the  ammonia-soda  proc- 
ess.     No.    1,423,510  ;   July    25. 

Arnold,  Edwin  E.,  Pittsburgh.  Pa.,  assignor  to  Iron  City 
Products  Company.  Detachable  coupling.  No. 
1,404.260;  Jan.  24. 

Arnold,  Edwin  M.,  Tulsa,  Okla.  Luggage  carrier  for  mo- 
tor vehicles.     No.  1,408.905  ;  Mar.  7. 

Arnold,  Edwin  M.,  Tulsa,  Okla.  Fender  brace.  No. 
1,408,906  ;  Mar.  7. 


UNITED    STATES    PATENT    OFFICE,    1922. 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


21 


Arnold,  Ernest  H.,  assignor  to   H.  M.   Strong,   Cleveland, 

Ohio.     Automobile  fan.    No.  1,430.276  ;  Sept.  26. 
Arnold,    Everett   B.,    Highland   Park,    Mich.      Ventilating 

system.     No.  1,408,432  ;  Mar.  7. 
Arnold,  Frank  K.     (See  Sevigne,  H.  A.,  and  Arnold.) 
Arnold,    Frank   P.,    Watkins.    Minn.      Tractor    wheel    and 

scraper.     No.   1,406,809 :   Feb.   14. 
Arnold,   Harold  A.      (See  Huff,  Bert  M.,  assignor.) 
Arnold,  Harold  A.,  Lenora,  Kans.     Drop-cover  check.     No. 

1,425,568;   Aug.    15. 
Arnold,  Harold  D.,  Maplewood,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Western 

Electric    Company,     Incorporated.    New    York,     N.     Y. 

Vacuum-tube  circuits.     No.  1.403,475  ;  Jan.  17. 
Arnold,  Harold  D.,  and  J.  P.  Minton,  East  Orange,  N.  J., 

assignors  to  Western  Electric  Company,   Incorporated, 
•  New   York,   N.   Y.     Method   of  and   system   for   testing 

transmitters   or   receivers.      No.   1,426,807;   Aug.   22. 
Arnold,  Henry  .T.,  Denver,  Colo.     Sign  for  roadsides.     No. 

1,406,916;    Feb.     14. 
Arnold,  Hiatt  N.,  et  al.     (See  Howard.  George,  assignor.) 
Arnold,   James   C,    Seattle,    Wash.     Electric-current   con- 
troller.-  No.  1,408,967  ;  Mar.  7. 
Arnold.    James    C,    Seattle,    Wash.      Sign    flasher.      No. 

1,430,012;   Oct.   3. 
Arnold,   Karl,    Nuremberg,   Germany.     Making  a   friction 

Igniter.     No.  1,404,261  ;  Jan.  24. 
Arnold,  Karl,  Nuremberg,  Germany.     Device  for  producing 

sparks   for   toys.     No.   1,415,763  ;  May  9. 
Arnold,     Perry,    Tipton,    Ind.       Railway-car     door.       No. 

1,435,784  ;   Nov.    14. 
Arnold,   Ralph   T.,   Detroit,   Mich.      Automatic   carbon   re- 
mover for  internal-combustion  engines.     No.  1,432,944  ; 

Oct.  24. 
Arnold,  Samuel,  3d,  Ben  Avon,  Pa.    Collector  lifting  mech- 
anism.   No.  1,408.158  ;  Feb.  28. 
Arnold,  Samuel,  3d,  Ben  Avon,  Pa.    Control  mechanism  for 

hoisting  apparatus.     No.  1,425,569  ;  Aug.  15. 
Arnold,   Sherman  L.,   Woodlawn,   Pa.     Bed  bottom.     No. 

1,423,065  ;    July   18. 
Arnold,  Stanley  B.,  Chicago,  111.     Internal-combustion  en- 
gine.     No.    1,438,937  ;    Dec.    19. 
Arnold,  Thomas  A.,  Cambridge,  N.  Y.     Box  fastener.    No. 

1,437,083  ;   Nov.   28. 
Arnold,  Thomas  N.,  Fail-port,  N.  Y.     Toy.     No.  1,415.292  ; 

May  9. 
Arnold,     Valentine,     Woodville,     Ohio.       Limekiln.       No. 

1,439,597;    Dec.    19. 
Arnoldi,  Clarence  L.,   Manitowoc,  Wis.     Preserving  milk. 

No.  1,403,223;  Jan.  10. 
Arnot,  Alexander  It.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.     Shock  absorber. 

No.    1,413.451  ;   Apr.    18. 
Arnot,  Alexander  R.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.     Shock  absorber. 

No.    1.419,098;    June    6. 
Arnot,    Eugene   N.,    San    Francisco,    Calif.      Shears.      No. 

1,428,830  ;   Sept.  12. 
Arnot,  Robert.  Busbey,  England.     Dye  and  making  same. 

No.  1.414.164  :  Apr.  25. 
Arnott,  Robert  F.,  Montclair,  N.  J.     Balancing  balls.     No. 

1,424,191  ;  Aug.   1. 
Arntfield,  Frederick  S.,  Toronto,  Ontario,  Canada.     Elec- 
tric water  heater:     No.  1,414,494;  May  2. 
Arntz,  Firm:  Joh.  Wilh.      (See  Arntz,  Oswald,  assignor.) 
Arntz,  Lew,  Des  Moines,   Iowa.     Fastener  for  envelopes. 

No.   1,417,790;  May  30. 
Arntz    Lew,  Des  Moines,  Iowa.     Eyeglass  mounting.     No. 

1,427,996  :  Sept.  5. 
Arntz,    Oswald,    assignor    to    Firm :    Joh.    Wilh.    Arntz, 

Remscheid,    Germany.      Saw.      No.    1,434,421  ;    Nov.    7. 
Arolan,  Ernest  A.,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.     Trousers  clip.     No. 

1,414,926  ;  May  2. 
Aromint    Manufacturing    Company,    The.       (See    Varga, 

Paul,  assignor.) 
Arones,  George  B.     (See  Shore,  Frank  C,  assignor.) 
Aronoff,     Joseph,     Montreal,     Quebec,    Canada.     Garment 

pocket.     No.  1,429,996  ;  Sept.  26. 
Aronson,  Louis  V.      (See  Evans,  Fred,  assignor.) 
Aronson,  Louis  V.,  Newark,  N.  J.     Mechanical  eye.     No. 

1,408,794  ;  Mar.  7. 
Aronson,  Louis  V.,  Newark,  N.  J.     Book  or  box  like  form 

savings  bank.     No.  1,408,795  ;  Mar.  7. 
Aronson,  Louis  V.,  Newark,  N.  J.     Sparking  pistol.     No. 

1,410,638;  Mar.  28. 
Aronson,  Louis  V.,  Newark,  N.  J.     Sparking  pistol.     No. 

1,410,639  ;  Mar.  28.  . 
Aronson,  Louis  V.,  Newark,  N.  J.    Blotter.    No.  1,411,557  ; 

Apr.    4. 
Aronson,  Lours  V.,  Newark,  N.  J.     Pencil.     No.  1,411,558  : 

Apr.    4. 
Aronson,  Louis  V.,  Newark,  N.  J.     Mechanical  toy.     No. 

1,420,072  ;  June  20. 
Aronson,    Louis   V..    Newark,    N.    J.      Sparking   toy.      No. 

1,422,075  ;  July  11. 
Aronson.  Louis  V.,  Newark,  N.  J.     Temperature  indicator. 

No.    1,423,066 ;   July   18. 
Aronson,  Louis   v.,  Newark,  N.  J.     Sparking  rattle.     No. 

1,433,171  ;  Oct.  24. 
Aronson,    Louis    V.,    Newark,    N.    J.      Pull-chain    device. 

No.  1,434,474;  Nov.  7. 
Aronson,  Louis  V.,  Newark,  N.  J.     Igniter.     No.  1,436,635  ; 

Nov.  28. 
Aronson,  Meyer  L.,  Hartford,  Conn.    Printer's  guide  setter 

and  registering  aid.     No.  1,410,542  ;  Mar.  28. 
Aronson,  Saul.      (See  Wilkinson,  E.  E.,  and  Aronson.) 


Arragg,  George  M.,  Lawrence,  Mass.  Spring  feeler  finger. 
No.  1,412,595  ;  Apr.  11. 

Arrington,  Samuel,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Aeroplane  safety  de- 
vice.   No.  1,408,062  ;  Feb.  28. 

Arrott,  Albert  E.     (See  Jobe,  J.  S.,  Dixon,  and  Arrott.) 

Arrow  Electric  Company,  The.  (See  Nero,  Arvid  H., 
assignor.) 

Arrow  Grip  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Avery,  True 
M.,  assignor.) 

Arrow  Grip  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Griffin,  Albert 
P.,  assignor.)    (Reissue.) 

Arrowsmith  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  George, 
Harry   C,  assignor.) 

Arschauloff,  Vadim,  Petrograd,  Russia.  Device  for  in- 
jecting liquid  fuel  into  the  working  chambers  of  inter- 
nal-combustion  engines.     No.    1,435,787 ;   Nov.    14. 

Art  in  Buttons,   Inc.      (See  Carron,  James  A.,  assignor.) 

Art  Mosaic  Tile  Company.  (See  Borkenstein,  Frank  J., 
assignor.) 

Art  Needle  Manufacturing  Co.  (See  Baker,  Fenner  B., 
assignor.) 

Artamcndi,  Dionisio,  assignor  to  Beristain  &  Cia,  Barce- 
lona, Spain.     Automatic  pistol.     No.  1,416,671  ;  May  23. 

Arteaga,  Ignaeio,  San  Antonio,  Tex.  Railway  switch.  No. 
1,408,333  ;  Feb.  28. 

Arteme,  Thomas  K.,  New  York,  assignor  of  one-half  to  J. 
P.  Drakas,  Locust  Valley,  N.  Y.  Profilograph.  No. 
1,428,520  ;   Sept.  12. 

Arthur,  Alexander,  Youngstown,  Ohio.  Open-hearth-fur- 
nace device.     No.  1,414,451  ;  May  2. 

Arthur,   Edward  D.      (See  Cartter,   W.   G.,   and  Arthur.) 

Arthur,  Ernest  L.,  Pembroke,  Va.  Bag.  No.  1,431,918  ; 
Oct.    17. 

Arthur,  James  B.,  deceased  ;  by  M.  R.  Arthur,  executrix, 
Joplin,  Mo.     Ore  concentrator.     No.  1,416,928  ;  May  23. 

Arthur,  Mary  R.,  executrix.      (See  Arthur,  James  B.) 

Arthur,  Robert  C.     (See  Mannion,  M.,  and  Arthur.) 

Arthurs,  Emil,  Portsmouth,  Ohio.  Gearing  attachment 
for  clothes  wringers.     No.  1,418,224  ;  May  30. 

Arvin,  Richard  H.,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Foot  warmer  for 
automobiles.     No.   1,438,082 ;   Dec.   5. 

Arwe,  Henry  C,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Filter-bag  holder.  No. 
1,408,491 ;  Mar.  7. 

Arwine,  Arthur  J.,  assignor  to  Gillis  &  Googhegan,  New 
York,  N.  Y.  Portable  hoisting  apparatus.  No.  1,429,216  ; 
Sept.  19. 

Asaturian,  Setrak,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Spinning  top.  No. 
1,401,952;   Jan.  3.  5      e 

Asaturian,  Setrak,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Animal  feed  recep- 
tacle.     No.    1,421,142  ;   June   27. 

Asbestos  Shingle,  Slate  &  Sheathing  Company.  (See  An- 
derson, Robert  H.,  assignor.) 

Asbestos,  Shingle,  Slate  &  Sheathing  Company.  (See 
Mattison,    Richard    V.,    assignor.) 

Asbjeld,  Peder  A.,  Beresford,  S.  D.  Dirigible  automobile 
headlamp.     No.   1,406,955  ;   Feb.  14. 

Asbury,  Dorsey  F.     (See  Smith,  G.   L.,  and  Asbury.) 

Asbury,  Dorsey  F.,  Washington,  D.  C.  Breech  mecha- 
nism.    No.   1,414,975  ;  May  2. 

Asbury,  Dorsey  F.,  Washington,  D.  C.  Breech  mechanism 
No.    1,415,856  •   May   16. 

Asbury,  Dorsey  F.,  Washington,  D.  C.  Breech  mechanism. 
No.    1,415,912 ;    May    16. 

Asbury,  Dorsey  F.,  Washington,  D.  C.  Fuse.  No. 
1,428,203  ;  Sept.  5. 

Asbury,  Dorsey  F.,  assignor  to  United  States  Ordnance 
Company,    Washington,    D.    C.      Breech    closure.      No. 

1.410.524  ;  Mar.  21. 

Asbury,  Dorsey  F.,  assignor  to  United  States  Ordnance 
Company,    Washington,    D.    C.      Breech    closure.      No 

1.410.525  ;  Mar.   21. 

Asbury,  William,  assignor  to  Straight  Line  Regulator  Cor- 
poration, New  York,  N.  Y.  Closure  operator.  No. 
1,406,142  ;  Feb.  7. 

Asbury,  William,  assignor  to  Straight  Line  Regulator  Cor- 
poration, New  York,  N.  Y.  Closure  operator.  No. 
1,407,828  ;  Feb.  28. 

Asch,  Samuel  R.,  Baltimore,  Md.  Necktie.  No.  1,440,125  ■ 
Dec.  2.6. 

Aschauer,  Charles  J.,  Decatur,  111.  Building  construction. 
No.    1,421,143;    June    27. 

Aschburner,  Ernest  F.,  et  al.  (See  Aschburner,  Fredrick 
C,  assignor.) 

Aschburner,  Fredrick  C,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  of  one- 
third  to  W.  H.  Aschburner  and  one-third  to  E  F 
Aschburner.  Balancing  cover  support.  No.  1,424,550  ; 
Aug.  1. 

Aschburner,  William  H.,  et  al.  (See  Aschburner,  Fredrick 
C,  assignor.) 

Aschenbach,  Emerson  L.,  Sellersville,  Pa.,  assignor  to 
United  States  Gauge  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Gauge 
No.  1,414,165  ;  Apr.  25. 

Aschim,  Oscar.     (    See  Behie,  John  W.,  assignor.) 

Aschinger,  Harry  W.,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Spark  plug.  No. 
1,419,197  ;   June  13. 

Aselin,  Alfred  J.,  Bay  City,  Mich.  Marking  hammer.  No. 
1,425,357;    Aug.    8. 

Aseltine,  Fred  E.,  assignor  to  Cadillac  Motor  Car  Com- 
pany, Detroit,  Mich.  Carburetor.  No.  1,422,329 ; 
July  11. 

Aseptic  Service  Company.  (See  Rees,  Warren  C,  assignor.) 

"Asfag "  Aktiengesellschaft.  (See  Gebhard,  Conrad,  as- 
signor.) 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 

Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Ash,  Allen  II.,  Lisbon,  N.  H.  Dumping  attachment  for 
vehicles.     No.   1,435,369  ;   Nov.  14. 

Ash,  Charles  S..  Geneva,  N.  Y.  Quick-detachable  vehicle 
wheel.     No.  1,414.005  ;  Apr.  25. 

Ash.  Charles  S.,  Hagerstown,  Md.  Quick-detachable  ve- 
hicle wheel.     No.  1.429,394  ;   Sept.  19. 

Ash,  Elvin,  Berkley,  Va.    Boiler.    No.  1,408,717  ;  Mar.  7. 

Ash,  Royal  L.     (See  Pfund,  H.  C,  and  Ash.) 

Ash,  Vincent  B.,  and  A.  E.  Allison,  Coatesville,  Pa. 
Method  of  and  apparatus  for  forming  metal.  No. 
1,439,352  ;   Dec.    19. 

Ashbee,  Claude  N.  (See  Eldridge,  J.  E.,  Burgess,  W.  B. 
and  C.  E.,  and  Ashbee.) 

Ashby,  Allen  B.,  Bonners  Ferry,  Idaho.  Envelope  pro- 
tector.    No.  1,434,765  ;   Nov.  7. 

Ashby,  Brodie  H.,  Dallas,  Tex.  Traction  band.  No. 
1,419,533;    June    13. 

Ashby,   Shirley  C,  Jr.      (See  Bartos,  Frank,  assignor.) 

Ashcroft,  William  S-,  Weatherford,  Tex.  License  tag. 
No.   1,411,559  ;  Apr.  4. 

Ashe,  Frank  C,  assignor  to  Pittsburgh  Lamp,  Brass  & 
Glass  Company,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Headlight  lens.  No. 
1,432,047  ;    Oct.    17. 

Ashenhurst,  Harold  S.,  assignor  to  H.  A.  Parkyn,  Chicago, 
111.     Insulating  substance.    No.  1,402,133  ;  Jan.  3. 

Asher,  Ralph  H.,  London,  Ohio.  Air  regulator.  No. 
1,440,050  ;   Dec.   26. 

Ashinger,  Herman  H.,  assignor  to  George  Cutter  Company, 
South  Bend,  Ind.  Lamp  -  socket  connection.  No. 
1,402,999  ;  Jan.  10. 

Ashland  Machine  &  Paper  Company.  (See  Martin,  John 
A.,   assignor.) 

Ashley,  Clifford  W.,  Wilmington,  Del.  Sennit.  No. 
1,433,868;    Oct.    31. 

Ashley,  Eustace  E.  et  al.  (See  Trane,  Raymond,  as- 
signor.) 

Ashley,  Frank  M.     (See  Trust,  H.,  and  Ashley.) 

Ashley,  Frank  M.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Fountain  pen.  No. 
1,419,439  ;    June    13. 

Ashley,  Frank  M.,  New  York.  N.  Y.  Making  plates  for 
musical  instruments.     No    1,419,440;  June  13. 

Ashley,  Frank  M.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Binding  clip.  No. 
1,429,182;  Sept.  12. 

Ashley,  Raymond  T.,  Reno,  Nev.  Link.  No.  1,438,977  ; 
Dec.  19. 

Ashlin,  William  G.      (See  Pratt,  Alfred  M.  C,  assignor.) 

Ashlock,  Henry  H.,  San  Diego,  Calif.  Railway  tie.  No. 
1,438,625  ;  Dec.  12. 

Ashmusen,  Christian,  Albany,  N.  Y.  Chain  tongs.  No. 
1,408,968  ;  Mar.  7. 

Ashtabula  Bow  Socket  Company,  The.  (See  Allen,  Charles 
R.,  assignor.) 

Ashtabula  Bow  Socket  Company,  The.  (See  Lewis,  Fred 
K.,  assignor.) 

Ashton,  George  M„  Niobrara  County,  Wyo.  Pumping  jack. 
No.   1,435,444 ;   Nov.   14. 

Ashton,   Hannah,   executrix.      (See  Ashton,   Orrell.) 

Ashton,  Orrell,  deceased,  Swampscott,  Mass.,  by  H.  Ash- 
ton, executrix,  Wollaston,  Mass.,  assignor  to  United 
Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Work 
support.     No.  1,435,194  ;  Nov.  14. 

Ashton  Valve  Company,  The.  (See  Cutler,  Arthur  E., 
assignor.) 

Ashwell,  Fred  J.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  assignor  of  one-half 
to  F.  L.  Langdon,  Kansas  City,  Kans.  Grain  weigher. 
No.  1,409,642  ;  Mar.   14. 

Ashworth,  George  T.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Refrigerator.  No. 
1,410.543  ;  Mar.  28. 

Ashworth,  Thomas.  Millersburg,  Ohio.  Bench  and  floor 
clamp.     No.    1,421,370 ;   July   4. 

Askren,  Earl  J.,  J.  F.  Worman,  and  C.  F.  Zwick,  Indianapo- 
lis, Ind".  Shield  for  motor  radiators.  No.  1,421,120  ; 
June  27. 

Aslanian,  Onig,  Providence,  R.  I.  Lens.  No.  1,434,276  ; 
Oct.  31. 

Aspden,  Ralph  L.     (See  Bowman,  F.  H.,  and  Aspden.) 

Aspden,  Richard  E.  (See  Bowman,  F.  H.,  and  Aspden,  as- 
signors.) 

Aspelin,  Julius  O.,  Standia  Township,  Murray  County, 
Minn.     Fishhook.     No.   1,417,482  ;   May   30. 

Aspinall,  Daniel,  Vancouver,  British  Columbia,  Canada. 
Oil  salvaging  means.     No.  1,414,611 ;  May  2. 

Aspinwall-Drew  Company.  (See  Aspinwall,  Lewis  A.,  as- 
signor.) 

Aspinwall,  Lewis  A..  Jackson,  Mich.  Nonswarming  bee- 
hive.    No.  1,410,444  ;   Mar.  21. 

Aspinwall,  Lewis  A.,  Jackson,  Mich.,  assignor  to  Aspin- 
wall Mfg.  Co.     Conveyer.    No.  1,408,969  ;  Mar.  7. 

Aspinwall,  Lewis  A.,  assignor  to  Aspinwall-Drew  Company, 
Jackson,  Mich.     Potato  planter.     No.  1,411,897:  Apr.  4. 

Aspinwall  Mfg.  Co.     (See  Aspinwall,  Lewis  A.,  assignor.) 

Aspinwall,  Robert  S.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Combined  socket- 
cover  and  lamp-ring  light  fixture.  No.  1,412,644 ; 
Apr.  11. 

Asplund,  Charles  F.,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Centrifugal 
clutch.     No.   1,418,350;   June  6. 

Asplund,  Erik  A.,  Waukegan,  111.  Remover  for  fruit-jar 
caps  and  the  like.     No.  1,402,731  ;   Jan.   10. 

Asprooth.  Axel  H.,  assignor  to  Cotta  Transmission  Com- 
pany, Rockford,  111.  Control  set  for  change-speed  trans- 
mission.     No.    1,416,672;    May    23. 

Asprooth,  Axel  H.,  assignor  to  Cotta  Transmission  Com- 
pany, Rockford,  111.  Change-speed  gearing.  No. 
1,430,526;  Oct.   3. 


Assereto,  Andrea,  and  L.  Caccioppoli,  Savona,  Italy. 
Plant  for  utilizing  pulverized  solid  fuels.  No.  1,420,904  ; 
June  27. 

Assmann,  Frank  A.,  jr.,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  Con- 
tinental Can  Company,  Inc.,  Syracuse,  N.  Y.  Cutting 
disks    or    blanks    from    untrimmed    commercial    sheets. 

.     No.  1,439,393  ;  Dec.  19. 

Associated  Engineers  Company.  (See  Donanoe,  Alfred  H., 
assignor.) 

Associated  Engineers  Company.  (See  Tillson,  Edwin  D., 
assignor. ) 

Associated  Equipment  Company  Limited,  The.  (See 
Thomas,  Hugh  K.,  assignor.) 

Associated  Holdings  Corporation.  (See  Grote,  Walther  H., 
assignor.) 

Associated  Newspaper  Limited.  (See  Hawkins,  Alfred 
G.,   assignor.) 

Astbury,  Thomas,  assignor  to  J.  Dexter,  New  Bedford, 
Mass.  Condenser-apron  lubricator.  No.  1,416,313 ; 
May  16. 

Aste,  Anthony  L.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Shoe-polishing  stand. 
No.  1,435,271;   Nov.   14. 

Aston,  Albert  A.     (See  Ricks,  F.,  and  Aston.) 

Aston,  James,  assignor  to  A.  M.  Byers  Company,  Pitts- 
burgh, Pa.  Making  wrought  iron.  No.  1,412,823 ; 
Apr.    18. 

Aston,  James,  assignor  to  A.  M.  Byers  Company,  Pitts- 
burgh, Pa.  Making  wrought  iron.  No.  1,413,513  ; 
Apr.     18. 

Astridge,  Henry  R.,  Toronto,  Ontario,  Canada.  Disap- 
pearing propeller  device.     No.  1,434,581 ;  Nov.   7. 

Astridge,  Henry  R.,  Toronto,  Ontario,  Canada.  Traffic 
signal.     No.  1,439,598  ;  Dec.  19. 

Astrom,  Carl  P.,  East  Orange,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  M.  H. 
Treadwell  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Heat  exchanger. 
No.  1,439,283  ;  Dec.  19. 

Astrom,  John  I.,  assignor  to  Fort  Wayne  Engineering  and 
Manufacturing  Company,  Fort  Wayne,  Ind.  Water- 
pumping  system.     No.  1,412,596  ;  Apr.  11. 

Astronomical  Clock  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Bulka, 
Michael,   assignor.) 

Astrup,   Andrew.      (See   Pedersen,   John   F.,    assignor.) 

Atack,  Frederick  W.     (See  Haworth.  W.  N.,  and  Atack.) 

Atack,  Frederick  W.,  assignor  to  The  British  Alizarine 
Company  Limited,  Manchester,  Lancaster,  England. 
Manufacture  of  compounds  of  the  anthraquinone  series. 
No.  1,434,980  ;   Nov.  7. 

Atack,  Frederick  W.,  Manchester,  England,  and  J.  An- 
derson, St.  Andrews,  Scotland,  assignors  to  The  British 
Alizarine  Company,  Limited,  Manchester,  Lancaster, 
England.  Fusion  of  organic  substances  with  alkalies. 
No.  1,430,277  ;  Sept.  26. 

Atcheson,  Robert  H.,  assignor  to  H.  J.  Doughty,  Provi- 
dence, R.  I.  Tire  -  casing  -  vulcanizing  mold.  No. 
1,406,433;  Feb.  14. 

Aten,  Edgar  S.,  Lexington,  Ohio.  Roller.  No.  1,411,828  ; 
Apr.  4. 

Athanassiou,  Nicholas,  Tarpon  Springs,  Fla.  Shock  ab- 
sorber..   No.    1,413,373;    Apr.    18. 

Atherton,  Albert,  New  Brunswick,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  The 
Western  Union  Telegraph  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
Call-box  transmitter.     No.  1,416,594  ;  May  16. 

Atherton,  Alfred  L.,  Edgewood  Park,  Pa.,  assignor  to 
Westinghouse  Electric  and  Manufacturing  Company. 
Temperature  -  regulating  means  for  filamentary  elec- 
trodes.    No.  1.406,328  ;  Feb.  14. 

Atherton,  Alfred  L.,  Edgewood  Park,  Pa.,  assignor  to 
Westinghouse  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company.  Film 
cut-out.      No.    1,433,693 ;    Oct.    31. 

Atherton,  Alfred  L.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  assignor  to  West- 
inghouse Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company.  Regu- 
lating transformer.     No.  1,435,195  ;  Nov.  14. 

Atherton.  Cecil,  Danville,  111.  Locomotive  driving  box. 
No.  1,413,822  :  Apr.  25. 

Atherton,  Fred  K.,  and  C.  F.  Webb  ;  said  Webb  assignor 
of  his  entire  right  to  C.  P.  Petersen,  Racine,  Wis. 
Burglar  alarm.     No.   1,421,144  ;  June  27. 

Athey,  Charles,  Paris,  111.  Heating  stove.  No.  1,438.886  ; 
Dec.  12. 

Athey,  Isaac  II.,  assignor  to  Athey  Tractor  Co.,  Chicago, 
111.     Traction   mechanism.     No.   1,435,788 ;   Nov.   14. 

Athey    Tractor   Co.      (See   Athey,   Isaac   H.,   assignor:) 

Athimon,  Francis,  Paris,  France.  Machine  for  making 
split  cotter  pins,  spring  washers,  thimbles,  and  like  an- 
nular members.     No.  1408,063  ;  Feb.  28. 

Athol  Machine  Company.  (See  Starrett,  Laroy  S.,  as- 
signor.) 

Athons,  Fred  M.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Direction  indicator 
for  motor  vehicles.     No.  1,422,330  :  July  11. 

Atkins,  Charles  II.,  Palmer,  Mass.  Pressure  pump.  No. 
1,416,314;   May   16. 

Atkins,  Charles  H.,  Palmer,  Mass.  Steam  trap.  No. 
1,422,069;   July   11. 

Atkins,  E.  C.,  and  Company.  (See  Morris,  Thomas  C, 
assignor.) 

Atkinson,  Charles  C,  Miami,  Fla.  Autotruck  loader.  No. 
1,411,829  ;  Apr.  4. 

Atkinson,  Charles  C,  Miami,  Fla.  Loading  device  for 
trucks.     No.  1,411.830;  Apr.  4. 

Atkinson,  Edward  M..  Portland,  Oreg.  Reenforcing  thin 
metal.     No.  1,407,366  ;  Feb.  21. 

Atkinson,  Frederick  T„  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Staining  wood. 
No.   1,403,536  ;  Jan.  17. 


UNITED    STATES    PATENT    OEFICE,    1922. 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


23 


Atkinson,  George  C,  Georgetown,  Tex.  Spring  wheel.  No. 
1,406,961  ;   Feb.  21. 

Atkinson,  Henry  T.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
Universal  Window  Company,  Oakland,  Calif.  Swing- 
ing window.     No.  1,431,019  ;  Oct.  10. 

Atkinson,  Jesse.     (See  Thompson,  Abel,  assignor.) 

Atkinson,  Joseph  M.,  assignor  to  Oppenheim,  Oberndorf 
&  Co.,  Inc..  Baltimore,  Md.  Combination  garment. 
No.  1,405,962  ;  Feb.  7. 

Atkinson,  Joseph  M.,  assignor  to  Oppenheim,  Oberndorf 
&  Co..  Inc..  Baltimore,  Md.  Union  garment.  No. 
1.405.963  :   Feb.  7. 

Atkinson.  Joseph  M.,  assignor  to  Oppenheim,  Oberndorf  & 
Co..  Inc.,  Baltimore,  Md.  Union  garment.  No. 
1.410,870;  Mar.  28. 

Atkinson.  Balpb  YV.      (See  Fisher,  H.  W.,  and  Atkinson.) 

Atkinson,  Thomas  M.,  assignor  of  one-third  to  O.  W.  Clark, 
Fine  Bluff,  Ark.  Dimmer  and  sign  attachment  for 
lamps.     No.  1,435,952  ;  Nov.  21. 

Atkinson,  William,  Boxforcl,  assignor  to  The  Vacuum 
Company,  Somerville,  Mass.  Method  of  drying  goods. 
No.  1,415,623;  May  9. 

Atkocaitis.  Juczapas,  Chicago,  111.  Automobile  horn.  No. 
1.433,593  ;   Oct.   31. 

Atlantic  Dyestuff  Company.  (See  Heuser,  Ralph  V.,  as- 
signor.) 

Atlantic  Hand  Brake  Corporation.  (See  Sauvage,  William 
H.,  assignor.) 

Atlantic  Refining  Company,  The.  (See  Delhridge,  Thomas 
G.,   assignor.) 

Atlantic  Refining  Company,  The.  (See  Johansen,  Ernst 
M.,  assignor.) 

Atlantic  Refining  Company,  The.  (See  Kennedy,  Charles 
F.,  assignor.) 

Atlantic  Refining  Company,  The.  (See  Lewis,  Joseph  W., 
assignor.) 

Atlantic  Tubing  Company.  (See  Burke,  Peter  J.,  as- 
signor.) 

Atlas  Devices  Company.  (See  Leavitt,  F.  S.,  and  Staples, 
assignors.) 

Atlas  Engineering  &  Machine  Company,  Limited,  The. 
(See  Angus,  Harry  H.,  assignor.) 

Atlas  Implement  and  Tool  Company.  (See  Ricks,  Hyrum. 
.ir.,  assignor.) 

Atlas  Powder  Company.  (See  Cook,  R.  M.,  and  Grotta,  as- 
signors.) 

Atlas  Powder  Company.     (See  Grotta,  Bennett,  assignor.) 

Atlas  Powder  Company.  (See  Jessen,  Charles  C,  as- 
signor.) 

Atlas  Powder  Company.     (See  Long,  Ralph  A.,  assignor.) 

Atlas  Powder  Company.  (See  Mitscherling,  Waldemar  O., 
assignor.' 

Atlas  Truck  Corporation.  (See  Kraft,  Edward  L.,  as- 
signor.) 

Atmospheric  Nitrogen  Corporation.  (See  de  Jahn,  Fred- 
rik  \\\.  assignor.) 

Atomized  Products  Corporation.  (See  Faber.  H.  B.,  and 
Harding,  assignors.) 

Aton.  William  E.,  Milburn,  assignor  to  Milburn  Implement 
Manufacturing  Co.,  Arlington,  Ky.  Agricultural  imple- 
ment.    No.  1,419,602  ;  June  13. 

Attaway,  Sideney  C.,  Thomasville,  Ga.  Disk  plow.  No. 
1,421.371  :  July  4. 

Attenborougb,  Leonard  G..  Ipoh,  Perak,  Federated  Malay 
States,  and  J.  F.  Newsom,  Palo  Alto,  Calif.  Lip  for 
dredge  buckets.     No.   1,430,782  ;  Oct.   3. 

Attwood,  Charles  F.,  Grand  Rapids,  Mich.  Antirattler 
for  automobile  windows.     No.   1,438,209  ;   Dec.   12. 

Atwater,  John  M.,  Chicago,  111.  Spark  plug.  No. 
1,406,810;  Feb.  14. 

Atwater  Kent  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Kent,  Ar- 
thur A.,  assignor.) 

Atwater  Kent  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Richter, 
William  H..  assignor.) 

Atwater.  Silas  I.,  New  York.  N.  Y.  Changeable-character 
reversible  sign.     No.  1.432,519  :  Oct.  17. 

Atwater,  William  B..  Charleston,  S.  C,  assignor  to  Crystal- 
on  Chemical  Company.  Preparation  for  preventing  ac- 
cumulation of  moisture  on  transparent  surfaces.  No. 
1.429,824  ;  Sept.  19. 

Atwood,  Edwin  W.     (See  Copeman,  Lloyd  G.,  assignor.) 

Atwood,  George  F.,  Newark,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Western 
Electric  Company,  Incorporated,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
Submarine   signaling.     No.   1,432,945 ;   Oct.  24. 

Atwood,  Guilford  C,  Austin,  Colo.  Brooder  and  heater. 
No.  1,411.075  ;  Mar.  28. 

Atwood,  Harry  A.,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Chair.  No.  1,433,694  ; 
Oct.  31. 

Atwood.  Harry  C,  Ardmore,  Okla.  Nut-cracking  machine. 
No.  1,412,443;  Apr.  11. 

Atwood,  Harry  N.,  Smithfield,  N.  C.,  assignor  to  Rubwood. 
Inc.,  Lawrence,  Mass.  Vehicle  wheel  structure  and 
producing  same.     No.  1,437,482  ;  Dec.  5. 

Atwood,  Harry  N.,  and  G.  B.  Bains.  3d.  Reading,  Pa. 
Composite  laminated  structure  and  producing  same. 
No.  1,403,142  ;  Jan.  10. 

Atwood,  Harry  N.,  and  G.  B.  Bains,  3d,  Reading,  Pa. 
Producing  composite  laminated  structures.  No. 
1,403,143  ;  Jan.  10. 

Atwood,  Harry  N.,  and  G.  B.  Bains,  3d,  Reading,  Pa. 
Laminated   composite  wheel.     No.   1,422.813 ;   July   18. 

Atwood,  Leonard.  Boston.  Mass.  Internal-combustion  en- 
gine.    No.  1,418,351  ;  June  6. 


Atwood,  Leonard,  Boston.  Mass.  Internal-combustion 
engine.     No.  1,438, 8S7  ;  Dec.  12. 

Atwood,  Leonard,  Boston,  Mass.,  assignor  to  A.  H.  Gil- 
lard,  Englewood,  N.  J.  Device  for  charging  internal- 
combustion   engines.     No.   1,417,483 ;  May  30. 

Atwood  Machine  Company,  The.  (See  Bradley,  Edward 
E.,    assignor.) 

Atwood,  seth  B.,  Rockford,  111.  Door  buffer.  No. 
1,403,665;  Jan.  17. 

Auberlin,  William,  Northfield,  Ohio.  Artificial  bait.  No. 
1,415,913  ;    May    16. 

Auberschek,  Joseph,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Water  filter.  No. 
1,402,706  ;  Jan.  3. 

Aubry,  Eugene.      (See  Courant,  E.,  and  Aubry.) 

Au  Buchon,  John  S.,  Farmington,  Mo.  Tire  -  protecting 
shoe.    No.  1,406,962  ;  Feb.  21. 

Auclair,  Walter  N.,  Echo,  Oreg.  Blow-out  boot  for  tires. 
No.  1,403,000;  Jan.  10. 

Audet,  Adjutor  N.,  Williamsport,  Pa.  Tire  and  rim  car- 
rier.    No.  1,412,645  ;  Apr.  11. 

Audi,  Lucie  T.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Sanitary  fixture.  No. 
1,405,476  ;  Feb.  7. 

Audible  Pictures  Corporation.  (See  Madaler,  Ferdinand 
V.,  assignor.) 

Audiffren  Refrigerating  Machine  Co.  (See  Karr,  A.  D., 
and   Perkins,   assignors.) 

Audiffren  Refrigerating  Machine  Co.  (See  Perkins,  K.  D., 
and  Karr,  assignors.) 

Auerbach,  Zemach,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Appointment  rack 
or  card.     No.   1,414,720  ;   May  2. 

Auerbach,  Zemach,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Appointment  file 
or  rack.     No.   1,414,721  ;  May  2. 

Auermiller,  John,  Chicago,  111.  Window  awning.  No. 
1,418,860;    June    6. 

Aufderheide,  Benjamin  F.,  sr.,  Davenport,  Iowa.  Sash 
weight.     No.  1,425,570  ;  Aug.  15. 

Aufiero,  Emanuel,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Warning  signal.  No. 
1,429,217  ;  Sept.  19. 

Aufiero,  Emanuel,  assignor  to  E.  A.  Laboratories  Inc., 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Signal  for  motor  vehicles.  No. 
1,414,612  ;   May   2. 

Aufiero,  Emanuel  assignor  to  E.  A.  Laboratories,  Inc., 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Signal  for  motor  vehicles.  No. 
1,414,613;  May  2. 

Augenbraun,  Peter  F.,  assignor  to  The  Yale  &  Towne  Man- 
ufacturing Company,  Stamford,  Conn.  Pin-tumbler  lock 
No.   1,411,898;  Apr.  4. 

Augenbraun,  Peter  F.,  assignor  to  The  Yale  &  Towne 
Manufacturing  Company,  Stamford,  Conn.  Automobile 
tire  lock.    No.  1,412,646  ;  Apr.  11. 

Augenbraun,  Peter  F.,  assignor  to  The  Yale  &  Towne  Manu- 
facturing Company,  Stamford,  Conn.  Pin-tumbler  lock. 
No.  1,422,515;  July  11. 

Augenbraun,  Peter  F.,  assignor  to  The  Yale  &  Towne 
Manufacturing  Company,  Stamford,  Conn.  Pin-tumbler 
lock.     No.   1,422,516  ;  July   11. 

Augenbraun,  Peter  F.,  assignor  to  The  Yale  &  Towne 
Manufacturing  Company,  Stamford,  Conn.  Pin-tumbler 
lock.     No.  1,422,517  ;  July  11. 

Augenbraun,  Peter  F.,  assignor  to  The  Yale  &  Towne 
Manufacturing  Company,  Stamford,'  Conn.  Pin-tumbler 
lock.     No.  1,422,518  ;  July  11. 

Augenbraun,  Peter  F.,  assignor  to  The  Yale  &  Towne 
Manufacturing  Company,  Stamford,  Conn.  Pin-tumbler 
lock.     No.  1,422,519  ;  July  11. 

Augenbraun,  Peter  F.,  assignor  to  The  Yale  &  Towne 
Manufacturing  Company,  Stamford,  Conn.  Pin-tumbler 
lock.     No.  1,422,520  ;  July  11. 

Augenbraun,  Peter  F.,  assignor  to  The  Yale  &  Towne 
Manufacturing  Company,  Stamford,  Conn.  Lock.  No. 
1,426,702  ;   Aug.   22. 

Augenstein,  Cecil  V..  Macksburg,  Ohio.  Wire-line  socket. 
No.  1.429.312  :   Sept.  19. 

Auger,  Ovide.      (See  Herson,  Armand,  assignor.) 

August,  Johannes  R.  C,  Halifax,  England.  Muffle  fur- 
nace.    No.  1,414,614  ;  May  2. 

August,  Johannes  R.  C,  Halifax,  England.  Muffle  fur- 
nace.    No.   1,415,424  ;   Mav  9. 

August,  Johannes  R.  C,  Halifax,  England.  Furnace  for 
hardening  or  tempering  steel  tools  or  for  heating  or 
annealing  metals,  glass,  pottery,  or  the  like.  No. 
1,432,946;  Oct.  24. 

August  Knoche-Wallwitz,  G.  m.  b.  H.  (See  Plaut,  Menko, 
assignor.) 

August    Riedinger,    Ballonfabrik    Augsburg    Aktiengesell- 

schaft.  (See  Meyer.  Hermann,  assignor.) 
August  Rust-Oppenheim.  (See  Olsson,  Zacharias,  assignor.) 
Augustin-Normand,  Augustin,  assignor  to  Chantiers  et 
Ateliers  Augustin-Normand,  Le  Havre,  France.  Pneu- 
matic evacuating  device  for  compressors.  No.  1,402,707  ; 
Jan.  3. 

Augustin.  Wilhelm,  Berlin  -  Charlottenburg.  assignor  to 
Bing-Werke  vormals  Gebr.  Bing  Aktiengesellschaft, 
Nurnberg,  Germany.  Locking  device  for  calculating 
machines.     No.  1,428,831  ;  Sept.  12. 

Augustine,  Addison  E.,  Hackensack,  N.  J.,  assignor  to 
Chester  Machine  Co.,  Inc.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Trap 
mechanism  for  envelope  -  making  machines.  No. 
1,403,374  ;  Jan.  10. 

Augustine,  Addison  E.,  Hackensack,  N.  J.,  assignor  to 
Chester  Machine  Co.,  Inc.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Balanced 
cam  shaft.     No.  1,404,183  ;  Jan.  24. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Augustine,  Addison  E.,  Hackensack,  N.  J.,  assignor  to 
Chester  Machine  Co.  Inc.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Gripper 
mechanism  for  envelope-making  machines.  No. 
1,421,889  ;  July  4. 

Augustine,  Addison  B.,  Hackensack,  N.  J.,  assignor  to 
Chester  Machine  Co.,  Inc.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Drying 
blower  for  envelope-making  machines.  No.  1,423,297  ; 
July   18. 

Augustine,  Addison  E.,  Hackensack,  N.  J.,  assignor  to 
Chester  Machine  Co.,  Inc.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Delivery 
mechanism  for  envelope-making  machines.  No. 
1,427,083  ;  Aug.  29. 

Augustine,  Addison  E.,  Hackensack,  N.  J.,  assignor  to 
Chester  Machine  Co.  Inc.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Elevator 
control  mechanism  for  envelope-making  machines.  No. 
1,432.824  ;  Oct.  24. 

Augustine,  Benjamin  F.,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.  Rotary  engine. 
No.  1,414,976  ;  May  2. 

Aukerman,  Nathaniel  B.,  Lakewood,  Ohio.  Process  of  and 
means  for  recovering  silver  from  photographic  and  other 
baths.    No.  1,425,935  ;  Aug.  15. 

Aukl,  John,  Chicago,  111.  Fountain  brush.  No.  1,413,311 ; 
Apr.    18. 

Ault,  William  II.,  New  Castle,  Pa.  Long-span  slab.  No. 
1.431.086  ;   Oct.   3. 

Aupperle,  James  A.      (See  Beck,  W.  J.,  arid  Aupperle.) 

Aurand,  James  L.,  Detroit,  Mich.     Automobile  hood  lock. 

'    No.  1,434,277  ;   Oct.   31. 

Ausen,  Emil,  Eleva,  Wis.  Milk-can  cover.  No.  1,409,902  ; 
Mar.  21. 

Ausberman,  Martin  V.     (See  Hall,  John  W.,  assignor.) 

Aust,  Paul  P.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  F.  S.  Henn,  Cleve- 
land, Ohio.  Spring-propelled  vehicle.  No.  1,440,126 ; 
Dec.  26. 

Austin,  Adelbert,  Greenwood,  N.  Y.  Resilient  vehicle 
wheel.     No.   1,427,570  ;  Aug.   29. 

Austin,  Albert  L.,  Cleveland,  Ohio,  assignor  to  V.  Grande 
and  A.  J.  Ferris,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Motor-vehicle 
signal.     No.  1,420,448;  Aug.  22. 

Austin,  Arthur  O.,  Barberton,  assignor,  by  mesne  assign- 
ments, to  The  Ohio  Brass  Company,  Mansfield,  Ohio. 
Producing  a  repair  in  fabrics.     No.   1,424,332  ;  Aug.  1. 

Austin,  Arthur  O.,  Barberton,  assignor,  by  mesne  assign- 

-  ments,  to  The  Ohio  Brass  Company,  Mansfield,  Ohio. 
Joint  for  articles  of  ceramic  and  similar  materials  and 
producing  same.     No.    1.431,137;   Oct.   3. 

Austin,  Bascum  O.,  Wilkinsburg,  Pa.,  assignor  to  West- 
inghouse  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company.  System 
of  control.     No.  1,427,342  ;  Aug.  29. 

Austin.  Bascum  O.,  Wilkinsburg,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Westing- 
house  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company.  Motor-con- 
trol system.     No.   1,430,528;  Oct.   3. 

Austin,  Basil  G.,  assignor  to  Austin  Organ  Company,  Hart- 
ford, Conn.  Electropneumatic  organ  action.  No. 
1,427,997  ;  Sept.  5. 

Austin,  Edgar  E.,  Portland,  Me.  Currency  series.  No. 
1,418,611  ;  June  6. 

Austin,  Enoch  W.,  Shawnee,  Okla.  Link-forming  machine. 
No.  1,431,452;  Oct.  10. 

Austin,  Estella  B.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Artificial  flower 
and  making  it.     No.  1,415,764  ;  May  9. 

Austin,  F.  C,  Machinery  Company.  (See  French,  James 
C,  assignor.) 

Austin,  F.  C.,  Machinery  Company.  (See  Olsen,  Halften 
E.,   assignor.) 

Austin,  F.  C,  Machinery  Company.  (See  Sorensen,  Mag- 
nus, assignor.) 

Austin,  Frances  E.  (See  Farrar,  A.  J.,  and  Putney,  as- 
signors.! 

Austin,  Frederick  C.  (See  Anderson,  Vincent  G.,  as- 
signor.) 

Austin,  Frederick  C.     (See  Bager,  Frederic  E.,  assignor.) 

Austin,  Frederick  C.      (See  Bentson,  Hans  J.,  assignor.) 

Austin,  Frederick  C.      (See  French,  James  C,  assignor.) 

Austin,  Frederick  C.     (See  Rosendahl.  Nils  M.,  assignor.) 

Austin,  Frederick  C.     (See  Stahl,  Charles  E.,  assignor.) 

Austin.  Frederick  C,  Chicago,  III.    Tractor.    No.  1,402,134  ; 

•    Jan.  3. 

Austin,  Harold  E.     (See  Cook,  J.  C,  and  Austin.) 

Austin.  Henry  IC,  Reading,  Mass.  Soldering-tool.  No. 
1,427,770  ;   Sept.  5. 

Austin.  Herbert  A.,  Chicago,  111.  Hose  supporter.  No. 
1.409,355;  Mar.  14. 

Austin.  Howard,  assignor  of  one-half  to  W.  L.  Svmons. 
Washington,  D.  C.  Flexible  wrench.  No.  1,431,208: 
Oct.  10. 

Austin,  James  B.,  Dolgeville,  N.  Y.  Paper-cutting  device. 
No.   1,434,475  ;  Nov.  7. 

Austin,  James  D.,  and  T.  Roberts,  Harrisburg,  111.  Sign 
carrier.     No.   1,422,911  ;   July  18. 

Austin,  John  T..  assignor  to  The  Austin  Organ  Company, 
Hartford,  Conn.  Resonator  for  reed  pipes.  No 
1,419,486;  June  13. 

Austin  Manufacturing  Co.  (See  Liddell,  Moses  V.,  as- 
signor.) 

Austin  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Wilson,  Frederick 
D..  assignor.) 

Austin,  Marcus  E.,  and  E.  B.  Hoffman,  Detroit.  Mich., 
assignors  of  one-half  to  J.  S.  Hoffmnn,  Monroe,  Mich. 
Tractor  wheel.     No.  1,405,252  ;.  Jan.  31. 

Austin  Organ  Company.     (See  Austin,  Basil  G.,  assignor.) 

Austin  Organ  Company,  The.  (See  Austin,  John  T.,  as- 
signor. 1 

Austin,  Walter  J.      (See  Willows,  E.  T.,  and  Austin.) 


Austin,  Walter  M.,  Swissvale.  Pa.,  assignor  to  Westing- 
house  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company.  Tripping 
device.     No.  1,408,243;  Feb.  28. 

Ausubel,  Herman,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Holder  for  tooth- 
cleaning  articles.     No.  1,424,434  ;  Aug.  1. 

Auto  Accessories  Mfg.  Co.     (See  Leitch,  John  H.,  assignor. V 

Auto  Lift  and  Carrier  Company.  (See  McCarthy,  Thomas 
J.,    assignor.) 

Auto-Ordnance  Corporation.  .(See  Eickhoff,  Theodore  H., 
assignor. ) 

Auto-Ordnance  Corporation.  (See  Payne,  Oscar  Y.,  as- 
signor.) 

Auto-Ordnance  Corporation.  (See  Thompson,  John  T.,  as- 
signor. > 

Auto  Pneumatic  Action  Company,  The.  (See  Danquaid, 
Thomas,  assignor.) 

Auto  Safety  Device  Company.  (See  Mehlen,  Otto  F.,. 
assignor.) 

Auto  Sales  and  Service  Company.  (See  Penrod,  William 
F.,  assignor.) 

Auto  Specialties  Manufacturing  Co.  (See  Bair,  Clarence 
L.,  assignor.) 

Auto  Utilities  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Breidert, 
George   C,   assignor.) 

Auto  Water  Heater  Corporation.  (See  Hawley,  Wil- 
liam H.,  assignor.) 

Automatic  Arc  Welding  Company.  (See  Morion.  Harry 
D.,  assignor.)      (Reissue.) 

Automatic  Burner  Corporation.  (See  Sehroeder,  Oscar  C, 
assignor.) 

Automatic  Electric  Brake  Company.  (See  Farmer,  R.  Z.,. 
and   Marsh,    assignors.) 

Automatic  Electric  Brake  Company.  (See  Farmer,  Rob- 
ert   Z.,    assignor.) 

Automatic  Electric  Company.  (See  Blessing,  John  G., 
assignor.) 

Automatic  Electric  Company.  (See  Brown,  Henry  B., 
assignor.) 

Automatic  Electric  Company.  (See  Erickson,  John,  as- 
signor.) 

Automatic  Electric  Company.  (See  Groh,  Bernard  C, 
assignor.) 

Automatic  Electric  Company.  (See  Jacobsen,  Emil,  as- 
signor.) 

Automatic  Electric  Company.  (See  Keith,  Alexander  E.^ 
assignor.) 

Automatic  Electric  Company.  (See  Malmberg,  Anders  M.. 
assignor.)      (Reissue.) 

Automatic  Electric  Company.  (See  Martin,  Talbot  G.,. 
assignor.) 

Automatic  Electric  Company.  (See  Owen,  William  W., 
assignor.) 

Automatic  Electric  Company.  (See  Richardson,  Rodney 
G.,  assignor.) 

Automatic  Electric  Company.  (See  Setter,  Michnel,  as- 
signor.) 

Automatic  Electric  Company.  (See^  Smith,  Arthur  B., 
assignor.) 

Automatic  Electric  Company.  (See  Wicks,  John,  as- 
signor.) 

Automatic  Electric  Heater  Company.  (See  Clark,  Warren 
F.,  assignor.) 

Automatic  Electric  Washer  Co.  (See  Nelson,  J.,  and 
Seeds,    assignors.) 

Automatic  Machinery  Company,  The.  (See  Purcell,  Ben- 
jamin H..  assignor.! 

Automatic  Machinery  &  Equipment  Company.  (See  Bird. 
Peter   E..   assignor.) 

Automatic  Machinery  and  Equipment  Company.  (See 
Lloyd.  John  T.,  assignor.) 

Automatic  Mail  Exchange  Co.  (See  Millsaps,  Daniel  W.v 
assignor.) 

Automatic  Non-Rewinding  Reel  Company.  (See  Gotts- 
chau,  Christian  M.,  assignor.) 

Automatic  Packing  &  Labeling  Company.  (See  Gwinnr 
G.  W.,  and  Leary,  assignors.) 

Automatic  Packing  &  Labeling  Company.  (See  Gwinn, 
George   W.,    assignor.) 

Automatic  Packing  &  Labeling  Company.  (See  Leary, 
James    W..    assignor.) 

Automatic  Products  Company.  (See  Whitman,  Charles 
F.,  assignor.) 

Automatic  Recording  Safe  Company,  The.  (See  Fisher, 
Charles,  assignor.) 

Automatic  Refrigerating  Company.  (See  Marshall.  Albert 
T.,  assignor.) 

Automatic  Safety  Tire  Valve  Corporation.  (See  Heath, 
Harry  E..  assignor.) 

Automatic  Seating  Company,  (See  Erickson,  John  E.. 
assignor.) 

Automatic  Signal  &  Sign  Company.  (See  Myers,  Parke 
G.,  assignor.) 

Automatic  Sliding  Trolley  Company.  (See  Moore,  Giles 
S.    and    0..    assignors.) 

Automatic  Sprinkler  Company  of  America.  (See  Brum- 
baugh. John  H„  assignor.) 

Automatic  Sprinkler  Company  of  America.  (See  Lowe, 
Ernest  A.,  assignor.) 

Automatic  Straight  Air  Brake  Company.  (See  Nenl,  Spen- 
cer G.,  assignor.) 

Automatic  Takeup  Nut  Company.  (See  Gumber,  J.,  anct 
Fearheiley.    assignors.) 

Automatic  Ticket  Register  Corporation.  (See  Helsel. 
Reuben    H.,   assignor.) 


UNITED    STATES    PATENT    OFFICE,    W22. 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


25 


Automatic  Truck  Brake  Company.  (See  Pasehkc,  Otto  H., 
assignor. ) 

Automatic  Wrapping  Machine  Co.  (See  Scholin,  Axel, 
assignor.) 

Automatic  Wrapping  Machine  Co.  (See  Scholin,  Axel  R.. 
assignor.) 

Automobile  Appliances  Co.  (See  Stockum,  H.  J.,  and 
Van    Sciver,   assignors.) 

Automotive  Gas  Producer  Corporation.  (See  Smith,  David 
J.,  assignor.) 

Automotive  Gas  Producer  Corporation.  (See  Tulloeh, 
Thomas  G..  assignor.) 

Automotive  Parts  Company.  (See  Schwitzer,  Louis,  as- 
signor.) 

Automotive  Radiator  Machine  Company.  (See  Schulz, 
Clyde   E.,   assignor.) 

Autoplane  Company  of  America.  (See  McWorter,  John 
E..  assignor.) 

Autopoint  Pencil  Company.  (See  Hasselqnist,  Hugo  S., 
assignor.) 

Autopoint  Pencil  Company.  (See  Keeran,  C.  R.,  and 
Taylor,   assignors.) 

Autosales  Corporation.     (See  Grover.  Albert  D.,  assignor.) 

Auvil,  Daniel  M..  Elbe,  Wash.  Speed-changing  mechanism. 
No.  1.404.0S1  ;  Jan.  17. 

Available  Truck  Company,  The.  (See  Rath.  Joseph  J., 
assignor.  1 

Avan.  Charles  E.,  Los  Angeles,  assignor  to  J.  C.  Martin, 
jr.,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Paying  brick.  No.  1,438,679; 
Dec.  12. 

Avander,  Fritz  A.,  and  X.  A.  II.  Nilsson  and  C.  G.  Ekman, 
assignors  to  Akticholaget  C.'  E.  Johansson,  Eskilstuna, 
Sweden.  Gauge  for  measuring  internal  dimensions. 
No-   1,430,980  ;   Dec.   26. 

Avellar,  Joseph  A.      (See  Pattberg,  George  A.,  assignor.) 

Avera,  Arch  IT.,  Florence,  Ala.  Furnace  for  oxidation  of 
atmospheric  nitrogen.     No.  1,420,013;  Sept.  12. 

Averill.  Earl  A..  Mount  Vernon,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Loco- 
motive Feed  Water  Heater  Company,  Wilmington,  Del. 
Locomo'tive  feed-water  heaters.     No.  1,412.597;  Apr.  11. 

Averill.  Earl  A..  Mount  Vernon.  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Loco- 
motive Feed  Water  Heater  Company.  Means  for  pro- 
tecting pressure  gauges  on  fluetuating-pressure  water 
linos.     No.  1.424.145  :   Aug.  1. 

Averill.  Earl  A..  Mount  Vernon.  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Loco- 
motive Feed  Water  Heater  Companv.  Locomotive  feed- 
water-heater  system.     No.  1.429.553:  Sept.  19. 

Averill.  Elias  M..  Sparta,  Mich.  Collapsible  box.  No. 
1.422,912;   July  18. 

Averill.  Rex  G..  assignor  to  The  Ohio  Brass  Company, 
Mansfield.  Ohio.  Anticoupling  mechanism.  No. 
1,433,924  :   Oct.   31. 

Averill.  William  H.,  assignor  to  Bell  Clip  Manufacturing 
Co.,  Boston,  Mass.  Display  holder  for  price  cards,  etc. 
No.  1,438.009:  Dec.  5. 

Averitt.  Robert  W.,  Fort  Worth,  Tex.  Water  heater.  No. 
1.422.521  ;  July  11. 

Avers.  Otis  H.,  Cattaraugus,  N.  Y.  Float  gauge.  No 
1.414.927:   Mav  2. 

Avery.  Allen.  Crawfordville,  Ark.  Tag  holder.  No. 
1.438.S07  :   Dec.  12. 

Avery.  Arthur  D..  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Holder.  No. 
1,403.464;  Jan.  10. 

Avery,  B.  F.,  and  Sons.     (See  Ray,  Charles  T.,  assignor.) 

Avery.  Charles  E..  Trenton,  assignor  to  Manhattan  Elec- 
trical Supply  Company.  Inc..  Jersey  City,  N.  J.  Elec- 
tromagnet.     No.    1.413.374  ;   Apr.  18. 

Avery,  Clvde  'H.,  Boston.  Mass.  Sounding  wheeled  toy. 
No.   1.432.520:    Oct.   17. 

Avery,  David,  assignor  to  Amalgamated  Zinc  (De  Bavay's) 
Limited,  Melbourne,  Victoria,  Australia.  Recovery  of 
lead  and  silver  from  sulphide  ores  and  metallurgical 
products.     No.  1.402,732;   Jan.  10. 

Avery.  David,  Melbourne.  Victoria,  and  R.  H.  Stevens, 
Hobart,  Tasmania.  Australia,  assignor  to  Electrolvtie 
Zinc  Company,  Australasia  Proprietary  Limited,  Mel- 
bourne, Australia.  Recovery  of  zinc  by  electrolvsis. 
No.  1.403.065  :  Jan.  10. 

Avery.  David.  Melbourne.  Victoria.  R.  H.  Stevens,  and 
R.  T.  D.  Williams.  Risdon,  Hobart,  Tasmania,  as- 
signors to  Electrolytic  Zinc  Company  of  Australia, 
Proprietary  Limited.  Melbourne.  Victoria,  Australia. 
Electrolytic  treatment  of  ores  containing  zinc,  cad- 
mium,  and   copper.      No.   1.426.703  :    Aug.    22. 

Averv  Ezra  S..  and  O:  O.  Fusch.  San  Jose,  Calif.  Electric 
flatiron.      No.   1.433.061  :   Oct.   24 

Avery,  Frederick,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  American 
Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.  Message-register 
system.     No.   1,409.913  ;  Mar.  21. 

Avery,  Irving  F.      (See  Press.  J.  H..  and  Averv. 1 

Avery,  Thomas  J..  Albia.  Iowa.  Combination  scraper. 
charger,  and  tamper.     No.   1.421.358:  Julv  4. 

Avery,  True  M..  assignor  to  Arrow  Grip  Manufacturing 
Co.  Inc..  Glens  Falls,  N.  Y.  Nonskid  device.  No. 
1,409.643  ;  Mar.  14. 

Avery,  True  M.,  assignor  to  Arrow  Grip  Manufacturing 
Co.,  Tne..  Glens  Falls.  N.  Y.  Roller-base  lifting  jack. 
No.    1415.857;    Mav    16. 

Avery.  W.  &  T.,  Limited.  (See  Gilbert,  Arthur  S.,  as- 
signor. ) 

Avery.  W.  &  T.,  Limited.  (See  Howell,  J.,  and  Brown, 
assignors. 1 

Avmy.  W.  H.  (See  Scbanman,  Karl  O.,  assignor.)  (Re- 
issue.) 


Avery,  William,  Foxboro,  Mass.  Taper  attachment  for 
lathes.     No.  1,427,510;  Aug.  29. 

Aves,  Frank  W.,  Chicago,  111.  Lingerie  clasp.  No. 
1,412,813  ;  Apr.  11. 

Avey  Drilling  Machine  Company,  The.  (See  Mirrielees, 
James  F.,   assignor.) 

Avolio,  Vincenzo,  and  F.  Lattanzi,  Portland,  Oreg.  Sand- 
ing   machine.      No.    1,417.293  ;    May   23. 

Avram,  M.  IP,  &  Co.     (See  Kemp,  Robert,  assignor.) 

Avril,  Joseph,  assignor  of  one-half  to  L.  C.  Alexander, 
Los  Angeles,  Calif.  ,  Box  couch.     No.  1,417,442  ;  May  23. 

Ax,  Erick  L.,  North  Braddock,  Pa.  Safety  pliers.  No. 
1,434,646;    Nov.    7. 

Axe,  Roy  T.,  assignor  to  The  O.  M.  Edwards  Company, 
Inc.,  Syracuse,  N.  Y.  Window  construction.  No. 
1.407,314  ;  Feb.  21. 

Axelman,  Mayer,  Chicago,  111.  Traveling  bag.  No. 
1,403,476  ;   Jan.  17. 

Axelsson,  Johan  A.,  Eskilstuna,  Sweden.  Chuck.  No. 
1,426,704  ;   Aug.  22. 

Axelton,  Andrew.  Graettinger,  Iowa.  Agricultural  imple- 
ment.    No.  1,418,123  ;  May  30. 

Axen,  John  L.,  Oak  Park,  111.,  assignor  to  National  Gauge 
&  Equipment  Company,  La  Crosse,  Wis.  Assembling 
electrical  measuring  instruments.  No.  1,419,099 ; 
June    6. 

Axle  Lock  Corporation.     (See  Siegel,  Ernest,  assignor.) 

Axtell.  Clinton  J.,  Schencetady,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  General 
Electric  Company.  Electrical  system  of  power  trans- 
"  mission  and  regenerative  braking.  No.  1,413,091; 
Apr.     18. 

Ayala.  John  M.,  Honolulu,  Hawaii.  Bread-slicing  ma- 
chine.     No.    1,418,511  ;    June   6. 

Ayala,  Jos6  A.,  Caracas,  Venezuela.  Automobile  head- 
light.    No.  1,427,085  ;  Aug.   20. 

Ayer,  Frederic  E.,  Akron,  Ohio.  Ash  receiver.  No. 
1,408.970;    Mar.    7. 

Ayers.  Guy,  Libertyville,  111.  Wrench.  No.  1,428,466  ; 
Sept.    5. 

Ayers,  Joseph  G..  jr.,  Montclair,  assignor  to  Hyatt  Roller 
Bearing  Companv.  Harrison,  N.  J.  Hardness-testing 
machine.     No.   1,429,481  :  Sept.  19. 

Ayers,  Theodore  C,  St.  Clairsville,  Ohio.  Traction  device 
for   nonskid   chains.     No.   1,417.130  ;   May   23. 

Ayle,  Earl  V..  Sidney,  Nebr.  Seesaw  and  merry-go-round. 
No.  1.436,426;   Nov.  21. 

Aylesworth,  Arthur  J.,  Lakeside,  Mich.  Fan.  No. 
1,436,850;    Nov.    28. 

Aylesworth,  Arthur  J.,  Lakeside,  Mich.  Fan.  No. 
1,436,851  ;    Nov.    28. 

Ayling,  Arthur  W.,  Toledo,  Ohio.  Sanitary  clean-out  plug. 
No.  1,436,331  :  Nov.  21. 

Aymar,  Carl,  Providence,  R.  I.  Cuff  button.  No. 
1,409,514  ;  Mar.  14. 

Aymard,  Malcolm  F.  L.  A..  Colchester,  England.  Variable- 
speed  gearing.     No.  1.423,067  :  July  18. 

Ayotte,  Joseph  R.,  Chicago,  111.  Storm  protector  for 
windshields  of  automobiles.     No.  1,418,121  ;  May  30. 

Ayotte,  Joseph  R.,  Chicago,  111.  Wrench  or  other  tool. 
No.    1,424,794  :   Aug.   8. 

Ayotte,  Joseph  R„  Chicago,  111.  Wrench.  No.  l,43S.165r 
Dec.  12. 

Ayotte,  Joseph  R.,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  Code  Manu- 
facturing Company.  Rotatable  hand  tool.  No. 
1.419.100  ;  June  6. 

Ayre,  William  W.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Game.  No.  1,420,400  ; 
June    20. 

Ayres,  Elwood  B.,  and  H.  Bogaty.  assignors  to  Proctor 
&  Schwartz,  Incorporated,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Air  baffle 
for  driers.    No.  1,412,598  ;  Apr.  11. 

Ayres.  Elwood  B..  assignor  to  Proctor  &  Schwarts.  Incor- 
porated, Philadelphia,  Pa.  Apparatus  for  drying  clay 
bodies.     No.  1.429.997  :  Sept.  26. 

Ayres.  Elwood  B.,  assignor  to  Proctor  &  Schwartz,  Incor- 
porated, Philadelphia.  Pa.    Fan.    No.. 1,430.486  :  Sept.  26. 

Ayres.  Elwood  B.,  assignor  to  Proctor  &  Schwartz.  In- 
corporated. Philadelphia,  Pa.  Trav-fiushing  mechanism. 
No.   1.431.770  :   Oct.   10. 

Ayres,  Elwood  B..  assignor  to  Proctor  &  Schwartz.  In- 
corporated, Philadelphia,  Pa.  Drier.  No.  1.439.2S4 : 
Dec.   19. 

Ayres,  Elwood  B..  and  T.  H.  Rhoads,  assignors  to  Proc- 
tor &  Schwartz,  Incorporated,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Drier. 
No.   1.423,298;  July  18. 

Ayres.  Hiram  D.,  Akron,  Ohio,  assignor  to  The  B.  F. 
Goodrich  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Tire-testing 
method  and  machine.     No.  1,408,159;  Feb.  28. 

Ayres,  Hiram  D..  Akron.  Ohio,  assignor  to  The  B.  F. 
Goodrich  Companv.  New  York.  N.  Y.  Vulcanizing  rub- 
ber articles.     No.  1.408.678:  Mar.  7. 

Ayers.  John  T..  Montreal.  Quebec.  Canada.  Process  of 
and  apparatus  for  washing  paper-machine  felts.  No. 
1,438,286  ;   Dec.    12. 

Aze.   Emiln.      (See  Bnice.   O.   L..  and   Az<v1 

B.  B.  Hanak  Company.      (See  Wilson.  Morris,   assignor.) 

B.-B.  Manufacturing  and  Drilling  Company.  (See  Math- 
ews.  Samuel   J.,   assignor.) 

B.  B.  Specialty  Co.  (See  Burke,  C.  E.,  and  Beckwith,  as- 
signors.) 

B.  B.  Specialty  Company.  (See  Burke,  Claton  E.,  as- 
signor.) 

B.  O.  T.  Mfg.  Co.     (See  Tilden,  Bert  O..  assignor.) 

B  R  E  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Leslie.  Freeland  D., 
assignor.) 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FBOM    THE 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


B.  S.  A.  Guns,  Limited.     (See  Norman,  George,  assignor.) 

B.  S.  A.  Tools,  Limited.     (See  Lewis,  Frank  M.,  assignor.) 

B.  V.  D.  Company,  The.  (See  Erlanger,  Charles  S.,  as- 
signor.) 

B.  &  B.  Photographic  Co.  (See  Barber,  Anthony  A.,  as- 
signor.) 

B.  &  W.  Tool  &  Die  Co.,  The.  (See  Billings,  William  W., 
assignor.) 

Baar,  Emil  N.      (See  Evans,  William  F.,   assignor.) 

Baba,  Franz,  Irvington,  N.  J.  Incubator.  No.  1,413,887; 
Apr.  25. 

Babb,  Ailene,  and  E.  B.  Harris,  Hillsboro,  Oreg.  Fruit- 
packing  machine.     No.  1,412,991  ;  Apr.  18. 

Babb,  Charles  S.,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  The  Barber 
Asphalt  Paving  Company,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Pipe 
joint  and  producing  it.     No.  1,414,800  ;  May  2. 

Babbitt,  Kay  T.,  Petoskey,  Mich.  Foot-power-operated  ve- 
hicle.    No.  1,412,381  ;   Apr.   11. 

Babcock,  Basil  P.,  assignor  to  Sprague  Canning  Ma- 
chinery Company,  Chicago,  111.  Can-filling  machine. 
No.  1,434,766  ;  Nov.  7. 

Babcock,  Basil  P.,  assignor  to  Sprague  Canning  Machinery 
Company,  Chicago,  111.  Can-filling  machine.  No. 
1,439,858  ;  Dec.  26. 

Babcock,  Charles  W.,  Waterloo,  Iowa.  Auxiliary  locking 
means  for  vaults.     No.   1,426,946  ;   Aug.   22. 

Babcock,  Everett  P.,  et  al.  (See  Power,  Dudley  P.,  as- 
signor.) 

Babcock,  Frank,  Farwell,  Mich.  Pump  stop.  No. 
1,410,282  ;  Mar.  21. 

Babcock,  George  W.,  Rochester,  N.  Y.  Apparatus  for  pro- 
ducing sticks  of  comb  honey.     No.  1,407,244  ;  Feb.  21. 

Babcock,  H.  H.,  Company.  (See  Davis,  Francis  G.,  as- 
signor.) 

Babcock,  Harry  D.,  Tacoma,  Wash.  Plate-tightening  de- 
vice.    No.  1,427,893;   Sept.  5. 

Babcock,  Henry  S.,  Alma,  Mich.  Printer's  rule  and  form. 
No.  1,436,852  ;  Nov.  28. 

Babcock,  Leland  A.,  assignor  to  Sprague  Canning  Machin- 
ery Company,  Chicago,  111.  Pulping  machine.  No.* 
1,433,523  ;  Oct.   31. 

Babcock,  Le  Koy  J.,  Denver,  Colo.  Automatic  air-brake 
valve  for  automobile  engines.     No.  1,420,073  ;  June  20. 

Babcock,  Milton  F.,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.  Airplane.  No. 
1,427,086  ;    Aug.    29. 

Babcock  Printing  Press  Manufacturing  Company,  The. 
(See    Britcher,    Charles    W.,    assignor.) 

Babcock  &  Wilcox  Company,  The.  (See  Harter,  Isaac, 
assignor.) 

Babcock  &  Wilcox  Company,  The.  (See  Inslee,  Heber  C, 
assignor.) 

Babcock  &  Wilcox  Company,  The.  (See  Jacobus,  David 
S.,   assignor.) 

Babcock  &  Wilcox  Company,  The.  (See  Lewis,  Nathan 
E.,  assignor.) 

Babcock  &  Wilcox  Company,  The.  ( See  Stevens,  J.  A., 
and  Pratt,  assignors.) 

Babcock  &  Wilcox  Company,  The.  (See  Wood,  Benjamin 
F.,    assignor.) 

Babendreer,  Albert,  Biloxi,  Miss.  Can-filling  apparatus. 
No.    1,420,401  ;    June    20. 

Babka,  Stanley,  et  al.  (See  Kozlosky,  Theodore,  as- 
signor.) 

Bable,  Edward  M.,  Sistersville,  W.  Va.,  assignor  of  one- 
half  to  T.  S.  Hanes,  Kanauga,  Ohio.  Nut  lock.  No. 
1,418,050;   May   30. 

Babson,  Henry  B.,  and  J.  J.  Stampen,  Chicago,  111.  Valve. 
No.    1,416,771  ;    May    23. 

Bacchi,  Berico.  Orange,  N.  J.  Leg  guard  for  motor  cycles. 
No.  1,431,866;  Oct.  10. 

Bach,  Emmann,  Woonsocket,  R.  I.  Self-opening  knurling 
tool.     No.  1,422,649  ;  July  11. 

Bach,  Emmann,  and  J.  Stuart,  Woonsocket,  R.  I.  Safety- 
razor-blade  holder.     No.  1,418,352  ;  June  6. 

Bach,  Irvin  S.,  East  Rockaway,  assignor  to  Adams-Bach 
Hdkf.  Mfg.  Co.,  New  York.  N.  Y.  Handkerchief  set.  No. 
1,419,658;  June  13. 

Bach,  Neils  P.,  Millhurn,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Perfect  Vacuum 
Canning  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Apparatus  for 
sealing    containers.      No.    1.423,591  ;    July    25. 

Bach.  William  F.,  Chicago,  111.  Self-scouring  crushing 
machine.     No.   1,434,360  ;   Nov.   7. 

Bacharach,  Herman,  assignor  to  Bacharach  Industrial  In- 
strument Company,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Device  for  measur- 
ing the  velocity  of  gases.    No.  1,419,798  ;  June  13. 

Bacharach  Industrial  Instrument  Company.  (See  Bacha- 
rach, Herman,  assignor.) 

Bache-Wiig,  Carl,  and  J.  Bache-Wiig,  Portland,  Me.  ; 
said  J.  Bache-Wiig  assignor  of  eighty  per  cent  of  his 
interest  to  said  C.  Bache-Wiig.  Preparing  fibrous  pulp 
material.      No.    1,418,353 ;    June    6. 

Bache-Wiic,  John.      (See  Bache-Wiig,  Carl  and  J.) 

Bachila,  Fred,  Walkerville,  Ontario,  Canada.  Level.  No. 
1,437,164;    Nov.    28. 

Baehle,    Andrew.      (See    Elbertz,    Frank   V.,    assignor.) 

Bachman,  Franklin  H.  (See  Bachman,  Reuben  H.  and 
F.  II.) 

Bachman,  John  S.,  Rome,  Ga.  Twister.  No.  1,435,789  ; 
Nov.    14. 

Bachman.  Joseph  A..  Austin,  Tex.  Cotton  tramper.  No. 
1,412,824;   Apr.    18. 

Bachman.  Reuben  II.  and  F.  H.,  Allentown,  Pa.  Nonskid 
device   for  automobile  tires.      No.   1,429,825  ;    Sept.   19. 


Bachman,  Walter  S.,  Chicago,  111.  Sterilizing  attachment 
for   water-supply   pipes.     No.   1,435,790 ;    Nov.   14. 

Bachmann,  Wilhelm.     (See  Zsigmondy,  R.,  and  Bachmann.) 

Bachofen,  Theodor,  West  Hoboken,  N.  J.  Woven-in  knife 
for  pile-fabric  looms.     No.   1,418,512  ;  June  6. 

Bachrach,  Joseph,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Inkwell.  No. 
1,404,681 ;  Jan.  24. 

Bachrik,  Joseph,  Smithdale,  Pa.  Detachable  handle  for 
containers.     No.  1,400,811  ;  Feb.  14. 

Back,  Henry  S.,  Retsil,  Wash.  Portable  gold-saving 
machine.     No.  1,439,055  ;  Dec.  19. 

Backhaus,  Arthur  A.  (See  Whitaker,  M.  C,  and  Back- 
haus.) 

Backhaus,  Arthur  A.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  U.  S.  In- 
dustrial Alcohol  Co.  Apparatus  for  making  ethylene. 
No.  1,402,336  ;  Jan.  3. 

Backhaus,  Arthur  A.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  U.  S.  In- 
dustrial Alcohol  Co.  Production  of  halogenated  hydro- 
carbons.   No.  1,402,337  ;  Jan.  3. 

Backhaus,  Arthur  A.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  U.  S.  In- 
dustrial Alcohol  Co.  Apparatus  for  the  production  of 
halogenated  hydrocarbons.     No.  1,402,338  ;  Jan.  3. 

Backhaus,  Arthur  A.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  U.  S. 
Industrial  Alcohol  Co.  Apparatus  for  producing  high- 
grade  esters.     No.  1,403,224  ;  Jan.  10. 

Backhaus,  Arthur  A.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  U.  S. 
Industrial  Alcohol  Co.  Apparatus  for  esterification. 
No.  1,403,225  ;  Jan.  10. 

Backhaus,  Arthur  A.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  TJ.  S. 
Industrial  Alcohol  Co.  Liquid  fuel.  No.  1,419,910 ; 
June   20. 

Backhaus,  Arthur  A.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  U.  S.  In- 
dustrial Alcohol  Co.  Apparatus  for  the  manufacture  of 
esters.     No.  1,425,624  ;  Aug.  15. 

Backhaus,  Arthur  A.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  U.  S.  In- 
dustrial Alcohol  Co.  Manufacture  of  esters.  No. 
1,425,625  ;  Aug.  15. 

Backhaus,  Arthur  A.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  U.  S.  In- 
dustrial Alcohol  Co.  Production  of  ester  condensation 
products.     No.  1,425,626  ;  Aug.  15. 

Backhaus,  Arthur  A.,  Baltimore,  and  F.  B.  Arentz, 
Curtis  Bay,  Md.,  assignors  to  V.  S.  Industrial  Alcohol 
Co.  Apparatus  for  making  aldehydes  and  separating 
the  same  from  the  other  products  formed.  No. 
1,426,449  ;  Aug.  22. 

Backhaus,  Arthur  A.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  U.  S. 
Industrial  Alcohol  Co.  Apparatus  for  the  production 
of  aldehydes.     No.  1,437,483  :  Dec.  5. 

Backhaus,  Arthur  A.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  TJ.  S. 
Industrial  Alcohol  Co.  Making  plastic  compositions 
and  products  thereof.     No.  1,437,952  ;  Dec.  5. 

Backlind,  Fredrick  N.,  Detroit,  Minn.  Hen's  nest.  No. 
1,431,278;  Oct.   10. 

Backman,  Herman,  assignor  to  Variety  Manufacturing 
Company,  Chicago,  111.  Fire  door,  safety  gate,  and  the 
like.     No.   1,415,977  ;   May   16. 

Backman,  Kenneth  B.     (See  Cuppett,  William  B.,  assignor.) 

Backmire,  George  IL,  Collegeville,  Pa.  Holder  or  sup- 
port.    No.  1,438,808  ;  Dec.  12. 

Backscheider,  Frank  J.,  deceased,  Cincinnati,  Ohio;  S. 
Backscheider,  administratrix.  Portable  electric  tool. 
No.  1,407,622;  Feb.  21. 

Backscheider,  Sarah,  administratrix.  (See  Backscheider, 
Frank  J.) 

Backus  Novelty  Company.     (See  Gay,  Ira  A.,  assignor.) 

Backus,  George  W.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Dishwasher.  No. 
1,414,928  ;  May  2. 

Bac-Lite  Corporation,  The.  (See  Ellithorpe,  Gilbert  S., 
assignor. ) 

Baco   Electric  Co.      (See  Nelson,   Nels  A.,   assignor.) 

Bacon,  Casper  L.     (See  Thaxton,  Thomas  W..  assignor.) 

Bacon,  Charles  A.,  South  Bend,  Ind.  Chilled  moldboard 
and  point  for  plows  and  making  same.  No.  1,439,937  ; 
Dec.  26. 

Bacon,  Charles  V.,  Mahwah,  N.  J.  Recovering  iron  oxide 
and  other  products  from  spent  iron  sludge.  No. 
1,428,521  ;  Sept.  12. 

Bacon,  Frank  W.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Directory.  No. 
1,418,269  ;    June    6. 

Bacon,  Lee  O.     (See  Zuck,  O.  C,  and  Bacon.) 

Bacon,  Nathaniel  T.,  Peace  Dale,  R.  I.,  assignor  to  The 
Solvay  Process  Company,  Solvay,  N.  Y.  Process  of 
recovering  ammonium  chloride  from  solution.  No. 
1,416,772  ;    May    23. 

Bacon,  Raymond  F.     (See  Davis,  II.  S.,  and  Bacon.) 

Bacon,  Raymond  F.,  and  H.  S.  Davis,  Pittsburgh,  Pa., 
assignors  to  Texas  Gulf  Sulphur  Company,  Bay  City, 
Tex.      Solidifying  sulphur.     No.  1,419,911  ;   June  20. 

Bacon,  Raymond  F.,  and  B.  T.  Brooks,  assignors  to  Gulf 
Refining  Company,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Manufacture  of 
gasoline.     No.  1,439,683  ;  Dec.  26. 

Bacot,  Bvron  L,  McComb,  Miss.  Tile-molding  machine. 
No.  1,419,198  ;  June  13.         " 

Baczenski,  Edward,  Hamtramck,  Mich.  Trolley  -  wheel 
harp.     No.   1.406.812  :  Feb.  14. 

Badagliacca,  Joseph,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Safety  seat  for 
window  cleaners.     No.  1,437,484  ;  Dec.  5. 

Baddeley,  Benjamin  F.,  assignor  of  forty-nine  per  cent  to 
J.  C.  King,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Paddle  propeller.  No. 
1,428,873  ;  Sept.  12. 

Badenbausen,  John  P.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Steam-generat- 
ing system  for  locomotives.     No.  1,404.420  ;  Jan.  24. 

Badenhausen.  John  P..  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Superheater. 
No.  1,404,565;  Jan.  24. 


UNITED    STATES    PATENT    OFFICE,    1922. 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


27 


Bader    Walter,  Spondon,  near  Derby,  England,  and  D.  A. 
Nightingale,  Cumberland,  Md.     Manufacture  of  aromatic 
derivatives.     No.   1,439,925  ;   Oct.  31. 
Badger  Excavator  Co.     (See  Draeger,  Lloyd  H.,  assignor.) 
Badger.   George    L..   Quincy,   assignor   to    ilollidge   Badger 
Corporation.    Boston.    Mass.      Internal-combustion    en- 
gine.     No.    1,413,213;    Apr.   18. 
Badger,  Le  Roy  H.,  Oak  Park,  111.,  assignor  to  De  Remer 
Blatehford  Company,  Chicago,  111.    Ladder  construction. 
No.  1,421,372  ;  July  4. 
Badger  Manufacturing  Corporation.     (See  French,  Harry 

L.,  assignor.) 
Badger     Manufacturing     Corporation.       (See     Hathaway, 

C.  H.,   and   Starck,  assignors.) 
Badger    Manufacturing    Corporation.        (Sec-    Hathaway, 

Charles  H.,  assignor.) 
Badger  Manufacturing  Corporation.      (See  Isgrig,    Walter 

V.,  assignor.) 
Badger    Manufacturing    Corporation.      (See    Starck,    Wil- 
liam A.,  assignor.) 
Badger    Tool   Company.      (See1    Gardner,    Edward   B.,    as- 
signor.) 
Badich,  George,  Knoxville,  Tenn.    Nonslipping  shoe  tongue. 

No.  1,419,199;  June  13.  ^ 

Badier,  Louis  G.      (See  Holliday,  L.  B.,  and  Badier.) 
Badische    Anilin    &    Soda    Fabrik.      (See   Bosch,    C,    and 

Meiser,  assignors.) 
Badische   Anilin   &   Soda   Fabrik.      (See  Bosch,   Carl,    as- 
signor.) 
Badische    Anilin-   &    Soda-Fabrik.      (See    Giintber,    Fritz, 

assignor.) 
Badische   Anilin-  &  Soda-Fabrik.      (See  Luttringhaus,  A., 

and    Blangey,    assignors.) 
Badische  Anilin  &  Soda  Fabrik.      (See  Mittasch,  A.,  and 

Schumann,  assignors.) 
Badische    Anilin-     &    Soda-Fabrik.       (See    Mittasch,    A., 

and   Winkler,   assignors.) 
Badische,  Anilin-  &  Soda-Fabrik.     (See  Mittasch,  A.,  Jan- 
nek,    and    Wietzel,    assignors.) 
Badische  Anilin-  &  Soda-Fabrik.      (See  Schumann,  G.   C. 

and   Steimmig,   assignors.) 
Badische   Anilin   &   Soda   Fabrik.      (See   Villiger,    V.,   and 

von    Krannichfeldt,    assignors.) 
Badische    Maschinenfabrik    &    Eisengiesserei    vormals    G. 
Sebold  und   Sebold   &  Neff.      (See   Wenninger,    Ludwig, 
assignor.)  tt  „ 

Badowski,   Alfred,   assignor  to   Tirometer  Valve  Corpora- 
tion of  America,  Charleston,  W.  Va.     Transparent  cap 
for  tire-stem  pressure  gauges.     No.  1,429,313;  Sept.  19. 
Badowski,   Alfred,   assignor   to  Tirometer  Valve   Corpora- 
tion of  America,  Charleston,  W.   Va.     Transparent  cap 
for  tire-stem  pressure  gauges.     No.  1,429,314  ;  Sept.  19. 
Badowski,   Alfred,   assignor   to  Tirometer  Valve   Corpora- 
tion of  America,  Charleston,  W.   Va.     Transparent  cap 
for  tire-stem  pressure  gauges.     No.  1,429,315;  Sept.  19. 
Baecker.   Inez   W.,   Chicago,   111.     Gas-burner  attachment. 

No.  1,429. 82G;   Sept.   19. 
Baehn,   Frederick,   Jersey   City,   N.  J.     Tide   power.     No. 

1,407,623;  Feb.  21. 
Baehr,    Arthur   D.,    Detroit,    Mich.     Toy    aeroplane.     No. 

1,420,805  ;  June  27. 
Baehr,  Gustave,  Paris,  France.    Vehicle  top.    No.  1,419,799  ; 

June  13. 
Baekeland,  Leo  H.,  Yonkers,  N.  Y.     Plastic  condensation 

products  from  ortho-cresol.    No.  1,401,953  ;  Jan.  3. 
Baekeland,    Leo    H.,   Yonkers,    assignor    to    Bakelite   Cor- 
poration,   New    York,    N.    Y.      Composition    containing 
phenolic  condensation  products  and  preparing  the  same. 
No.   1,439,056.     Dec.   19. 
Baer,  Carl  J.,  Riverside,  111.    Boat.    No.  1,403,828  ;  Jan.  17. 
Baer,    Carl    J.,    St.    Louis,    Mo.      Boat.      No.    1,406,602 ; 

Feb.  14. 
Baer,  David  H.     (See  Galpin,  G.,  and  Baer.) 
Baer,  Jacob  A..  Honesdale,  Pa.     Air  valve  for  fuel  tanks. 

No.  1,425,358  ;  Aug.  S. 
Baer,  Lawrence  E.,  assignor  to  Baer  &  Wilde  Company, 
Attleboro,    Mass.      Jewelry    container.     No.    1,420,232 ; 
June   20. 
Baer,   Lawrence  E.,   assignor  to  Baer  &  Wilde   Company, 

Attleboro,   Mass.      Buckle.    '.  No.   1,437,333 ;    Nov.   28. 
Baer,   Richard.    New   York,    N.   Y.     Container   seal.       No. 

1,419,912  ;    June    20. 
Baer,  Richard,  New  York,  N.  Y.     Collar.     No.  1,427,752; 

Aug     29. 
Baer,  Richard,  and  H.  Kopp,  New  York,  N.  Y.     Locking 
device    for    motor    vehicles.       (Reissue.)       No.    15,353 ; 
May  16.v 
Baer,  William  H..  Portland,  assignor  to  The  Russell  Mfg. 
Co.,  Middletown,  Conn.     Man's  garter.     No.  1,434,729  ; 
Nov.   7. 
Baer   &   Wilde    Company.      (See   Baer,   Lawrence   E.,    as- 
signor.) 
Baerbalck,  Hans.  Hamilton,  Ohio.     Crank-shaft  lathe.    No. 

1,431,919  ;    Oct.    17. 
Baeseler,    Heinrich    F.    E.,    assignor    to    Akt.    Ges.    vorm. 
Seidel  &  Naumann.  Dresden,   Germany,   Noiseless   pawl 
and  ratchet  mechanism.     No.  1,409,814  ;  Mar.  14. 
Baeseler,  Heinrich  F.  E.,  assignor  to  Akt.  Ges.  vorm.  Seidel 
&    Naumann,     Dresden,     Germany.     Platen    lock.     No. 
1,426,242;  Aug.  15. 
Baeseler,  Heinrich  F.  E.,  assignor  to  Akt.  Ges.  vorm.  Seidel 
&  Naumann,   Dresden,   Germany.     Arrangement   of  the 
paper-pressing    rollers    of    typewriting    machines.      No. 
1,426,243  ;  Aug.  15. 


Baeseler,  Heinrich  F.  E.,  assignor  to  Firm  :  Aktien- 
gesellschaft  vorm.  Seidel  &  Naumann,  Dresden,  Ger- 
many. Typewriter  -  accent  -  key  mechanism.  No. 
1,439,057;  Dec.  19. 

Baeseler,  Heinrich  F.  E.,  assignor  to  Firm  :  Aktien- 
gesellschaft  vorm.  Seidel  &  Naumann,  Dresden-A, 
Germany.  Automatic  ribbon-reversing  mechanism.  No. 
1,439,058;  Dec.  19. 

Baetz,  Henry,  assignor  to  F. .  A.  C.  Skinner  and  M.  G. 
Skinner,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Paper-making  machine.  No. 
1,438,210  ;  Dec.  12. 

Baetz,  Henry,  assignor  to  Skinner  Bros.  Mfg.  Co., 
St.  Louis,  Mo.  Paper-making  machine.  No.  1,438,211  ; 
Dec.  12. 

Baffetti,  Achille  A.,  Chicago,  111.  Treating  rubber  tires. 
No.  1,412,992;  Apr.  18. 

Bagby,  Edward  A.,  Couchwood,  La.  Automobile-wheel  at- 
tachment.    No.  1,410,871  ;  Mar.  28. 

Eager,  Frederic  E.,  Kanosha,  Wis.,  assignor  to  Frederick 
C.  Austin,  Chicago,  111.  Liquid-distributor  discharge 
mechanism.    No.  1,421,373  ;  July  4. 

Bager,  Svante  R.  W.  M.     (See  Ferris,  W.,  and  Eager.) 

Bagg,  Hollis  B.,  Watertown,  Conn.,  assignor  to  Scovill 
Manufacturing  Company.  Scale-balancing  device.  No. 
1,411,600  ;   Apr.   4. 

Bagi,  Louis,  assignor  of  one-half  to  J.  Makay,  Granite 
City,  111.  Roller  surfacing  or  polishing  machine.  No. 
1,429,316;  Sept.  19. 

Bagi,  Louis,  assignor  of  one-half  to  J.  Makay,  Granite 
City,  111.  Roller  surfacing  or  polishing  machine.  No. 
1,429,317  ;  Sept.  19. 

Bagley,  Joseph  D.,  Springville,  Utah.  Treating  photo- 
graphic dry  plates  or  films.     No.  1,417,791 ;  May  30. 

Bagnall,  Francis  E.     (See  Wilkie,  J.  B.,  and  Bagnall.) 

Bagnell,  Robert  A.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Trough.  No.  1,421,374  ; 
July  4. 

Bagnulo,  Alberto,  Turin,  Italy.  Internal-combustion  and 
hot-air  engine.     No.  1,423,705  ;  July  25. 

Bahl,  Errold  G.,  Lincoln,  Nebr.  Aeroplane  fuselage  and 
building  same.     No.  1,424,066;  July  25. 

Bahnsen,  Sophus  P.,  West  Hartlepool,  England.  Ton- 
nage recorder  for  ships.     No.  1,409,914  ;  Mar.  21. 

Bahnson,  Frederic  F.,  Winston-Salem,  N.  C.  Hygroinetric 
device.     No.  1,439,217;  Dec.  19. 

Bahr,  August  T.  J.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  E.  F.  Karr, 
Chicago,  111.,  one-fourth  to  F.  Heiberg,  and  one-fourth 
to  C.  Franks,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Clean-out  attachment  for 
toilets.     No.  1,437,582  ;  Dec.  5. 

Bahuzky,  John  J.,  Chicago,  111.  Window  or  door  lock. 
No.  1,433,671  ;   Oct.  31. 

Baier,  Frederick  C,  assignor  of  one-half  to  E.  B.  Howorka, 
Chicago,  111.     Mercury  motor.     No.  1,414,322  ;  Apr.  25. 

Bailard,  Willis  R.,  Berkeley,  Calif.  Tractor.  No.  1,435,910  ; 
Nov.  21. 

Baile,  Charles  F.,  Sykesville,  Md.  Beekeeper's  appliance. 
No.   1,429,827  ;   Sept.   19. 

Bailey,  Alfred  A.,  Spokane,  Wash.  Manifold.  No. 
1,418,270  ;   June  6. 

Bailey,  Arthur  H.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Sash  weight.  No. 
1,406,917;  Feb.  14. 

Bailey,  Charles  A.,  Cromwell,  Conn.  Handle  and  connected 
part.     No.  1,403,375  ;  Jan.  10. 

Bailey,  Charles  A.,  Cromwell,  Conn.  Toy  pistol.  No. 
1,432,148;    Oct.    17. 

Bailey,  Charles  F.,  Lawton,  England.  Kiln  for,  firing  pot- 
tery  and  other  ware.     No.   1,434,730  ;   Nov.'  7. 

Bailey,  Charles  H.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Flowerpot.  No. 
1,426,808  ;  Aug.   22. 

Bailey,  Charles  T.,  and  H.  B.  Wilson,  Tampa,  Fla.  Win- 
dow-shade holder.     No.  1,407,624  ;  Feb.  21. 

Bailey,  Clifford  E.,  Cromwell,  assignor  to  The  Stanley 
Works,  New  Britain,  Conn.  Spring  hinge.  No. 
1,427,929  ;   Sept.  5. 

Bailey,  Curtis  D.,  Massillon,  Ohio.  Pedal  lock.  No. 
1,415,425  ;  May  9. 

Bailey,  Cyrus,  Chicago,  111.  Carpenter's  plane.  No. 
1,418,513;    June    6. 

Bailey,  Emmett  L.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  R.  L.  Bailey, 
Williamson,  W.  Va.     Mine  car.     No.  1,417,131 ;  May  23. 

Bailey,  Ervin  G.,  Cleveland  Heights,  Ohio,  assignor  to 
Bailey  Meter  Company,  Boston,  Mass.  Apparatus  for 
metering  granular  materials.    No.  1,425,936  ;  Aug.  15. 

Bailey,  George  C,  Woodcliffe-on-Hudson,  C.  W.  Fischer, 
Grantwood,  N.  ,L,  and  J.  F.  W.  Schulze,  Edgewood,  Md., 
assignors  to  The  Barrett  Company.  Purification  of  sub- 
stances by  distillation  with  a  solvent.  No.  1,424,138  ; 
July    25. 

Bailey,  George  C.  Woodcliff-on-Hudson,  and  A.  E. 
Craver,  Cliffside.  N.  J.,  assignors  to  The  Barrett  Com- 
pany. Catalytic  oxidation  of  acenaphthene.  No. 
1.439,500;   Dec.  19. 

Bailey,  Gilbert  E.,  and  A.  E.  Sedgwick,  Los  Angeles',  Calif. 
Extracting  lithium  and  potassium  from  lithium-potas- 
sium ores  and  also  forming  potassium  alum  from  such 
ores.     No.  1,430,877  ;  Oct.  3. 

Bailey.  Greenwood,  and  W.  Robertshaw,  assignors  of  one- 
third  to  H.  F.  Anderton.  Bradford,  England.  Appara- 
tus for  treating  wool  and  other  fibrous  substances.  No. 
1,432,825  ;  Oct.   24. 

Bailey,  James,  assignor  to  Corning  Glass  Works,  Corning, 
N.  Y.    Rotating  leer  and  operating  same.    No.  1,416,595  ; 
May    16. 
Bailey.    James    A.,    Toledo,    Ohio.      Screen    hanger.      No. 
1,437,036;    Nov.    28. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 

Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Bailev,  James  G.,  Knoxville,  Term.  Sewing-machine  needle 
guard.     No.  1,407,114;  Feb.  21. 

Bailey,  James  G.,  Knoxville,  Tenn.  Clutch.  No. 
1,407,115  ;  Feb.  21. 

Bailey,  James  G.,  Knoxville,  Tenn.  Stop  motion  for  sewing 
machines.     No.  1,407,367  ;  Feb.  21. 

Bailey,  Leland  T.,  Lynchburg,  Va.  Tire.  No.  1,405,88S  ; 
Feb.  7. 

Bailey,  Leslie  E.,  Wahiawa,  assignor  to  Hawaiian  Pine- 
apple Company,  Limited,  Honolulu,  Hawaii.  Machine 
for  laying  mulches.     No.  1,436,139;  Nov.  21. 

Bailey,  Lewis,  Hayden,  Ariz.,  assignor  to  Minerals  Separa- 
tion North  American  Corporation,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
Concentration   of   ores.     No.   1,418,514  ;   June  6. 

Bailey,  Marion  M.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Vehicle  wheel.  No. 
1,403,001 ;  Jan.  10. 

Bailey  Meter  Company.     (See  Bailey,  Ervin  G.,  assignor.) 

Bailey,  Middlesex^..,  Yonkers,  N.  Y.  Means  for  educa- 
tional tests.     No.  1,437,037  ;  Nov.  28. 

Bailey,  Rand  S.;  Montclair.  N.  J.,  assignor  to  American 
Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.  Telephone-exchange 
system.     No.   1,433,594  ;  Oct.   31. 

Bailey,  Rand  S.,  Montclair,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  American 
Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.  Telephone-ex- 
change system.     No.   1,434,518;  Nov.  7. 

Bailey,  Raymond  W.,  Akron,  Ohio.  Fishing  hook.  No. 
1,419,903;  June  13. 

Bailey,    Robert    L.      (See   Bailey,    Emmett    L.,    assignor.) 

Bailey.  Robert  L.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Crank  shaft.  No. 
1,420,905  ;  June  27. 

Bailey,  Rufus  G.,  San  Jose,  Calif.  Bicycle  saddle  truss 
and  seat-post  clamp.     No.  1,431,356  :  Oct.  10. 

Bailey,  Stephen  L.     (See  Douglas,  W.  W.,  and  Bailey.) 

Bailey,  Theodore  A.,  Orlando,  Fla.  Dental  floss  holder. 
No.  1,415,765  ;  May  9. 

Bailey,  Walter  H.,  Toronto,  Ontario.  Canada,  assignor  to 
Charles  A.  Branston  Company,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.  Vibrator 
for  high-frequency  electromedical  apparatus.  No. 
1,431,867  ;   Oct.  10. 

Bailev,  William  E.,  Washington,  D.  C.  Electrolysis.  No. 
1,416,929  ;    May    23. 

Bailley,  Louis,  Columbus,  Ohio.  Bank,  safe,  and  vault 
lock   and   the  like.     No.    1,406.813 ;    Feb.    14. 

Baillie,  Amelia,  assignor  to  Nathan  Krauskopf  Co.,  New 
York,  N.  Y.     Garment.     No.  1,411,601  ;  Apr.  4. 

Baillv.  Armand,  Paris,  France.  Traveling  crane.  No. 
1.432,378  ;  Oct.  17. 

Bailly,  Marcel,  Paris,  France.  Holder  or  container  for 
tablets  of  soap.     No.  1,437,217  ;  Nov.  28. 

Bailly,  Philippe  H.,  Paris,  France.  Transmission  gearing. 
No.  1.410.445  ;  Mar.  21. 

Baily,  Robert  W.,  Chicago,  111.  Plate-bending  press.  No 
1,437,953  ;  Dec.  5. 

Baily,  Thaddeus  F.,  Alliance,  Ohio.  Producing  graphite. 
No.     1.420,512;     June    20. 

Baily,  Thaddeus  F.,  Alliance,  Ohio.  Apparatus  for  pro- 
ducing  graphite.     No.   1,434,519  ;   Nov.   7. 

Bain,  Benjamin  F.     (See  Vaughan,  Thomas  M.,  assignor.) 

Bain,  Benjamin  F.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Mechanical  toy.  No. 
1,404,728;  Jan.  31. 

Bain,  David  B.     (See  Keith,  G.,  and  Bain.) 

Bain.  David  S.,  Nordegg.  Alberta,  Canada.  Gate-actuating 
mechanism.     No.  1,432,436;  Oct.  17. 

Bain,  Frederick,  et  al.  (See  Wickstrom.  Alfred.  a& 
sign  or.) 

Bain.  Henry,  Chicago,  111.  Undergarment  clasp.  No. 
1.438.354;  Dec.   12. 

Bain,  Hollace  H.,  Shreveport,  La.  Collapsible  receptacle. 
No.  1,412,912  ;  Apr.  18. 

Bain,  James  E..  et  al.     (See  Wickstrom,  Alfred,  assignor.') 

Bain.  Zeno  M.,  Coffee  Creek,  Mont.  Disk  sharpener.  No. 
1.406.716;  Feb.   14. 

Bainbridge,  Roy  S.,  Augusta,  Kans.  Valve-snring  com- 
pressor.    No.   1,405,253 ;   Jan.   31. 

Raines,    rharles    W.      (See   Lavaud,    Clark,    and   Baines.) 

Baines  Engineering  Company,  The.  (See  Baines,  Henry 
C,  assignor.) 

Baines,  Henry  C.,  East  Cleveland,  assignor  to  The  Baines 
Engineering  Company,  Canal  Dover,  Ohio.  Trans- 
mission.    No.  1,421,375  ;  July  4. 

Bains,  George  B.,  3d.      (See  Atwood,  H.  N.,   and  Bains.) 

Bair,  Clarence  L.,  Detroit,  assignor  to  Auto  Specialties 
Manufacturing  Co..  St.  Joseph,  Mich.  Vehicle  top-bow 
holder.     No.  1.40S.160  :  Feb.  28. 

Bair,  Clarence  L.,  St.  Joseph.  Mich.,  assignor  to  Auto 
Specialties  Manufacturing  Co.,  San  Francisco,  Calif. 
Vehicle  bow-top  holder.     No.  1,408,161  :  Feb.  28. 

Bair,  Jesse   W.      (See   Harris,   D.  M.,   and   Bair.) 

Bair,  Joseph  H.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  assignor  of  eighteen- 
sixtieths  to  J.  O.  David.  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  fifteen- 
sixtieths  to  H.  S.  Knight,  Chicago,  111.,  and  ten-sixtieths 
to  L.  H.  Taylor  Jr..  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Fluid-power 
transmission  apparatus.     No.  1.423.386:  July   18. 

Bair,  Peebles  &  Tooby.    (See  Peebles,  David  D..  assignor.) 

Bnird  Corn  Husker  Co.     (See  Baird,  William  S.,  assiirnor.1 

Baird,  Frank  T.,  Blue  Island,  111.  Adapter.  No.  1,422,331. 
July  11. 

Baird.  Oeorge  O.,  Shrevepoi't,  La.  Mud  shoe.  No. 
1,427,571  :     Aug.    29. 

Baird  Machine  Company,  The.  (See  Lewis,  Arthur  ,T., 
assignor.) 

Baird,  William  S.,  Decatur,  assignor  to  Baird  Corn  Husker 
Co.,  Champion,  111.  Stalk-arm  attachment  for  corn-har- 
vesting machines.    No.  1,419,347;  June  13. 


Baird,   William   S.,  Elmhurst,   assignor  to   American   Car 
and  Foundry  Company,  New  York,  N.   Y.     Clasp  brake 

rigging.     No.  1,432,230;  Oct.  17. 
Baits,  Stuart  G.,  assignor  to  Essex  Motors,  Detroit,  Mich. 

Starting    generator    for     internal-combustion     engines. 

No.   1,440,051  ;  Dec.  20. 
Baker,  Albert  B.      (See  Collins,  Norman   H.,  assignor.) 
Baker,    Alfred    Z.,    Newark,    N.    J.      Foldable    form.      No. 

1,438,083  ;  Dec.  5. 
Baker,  Arthur  R.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to  C.  G. 

McCutchen,  Indianapolis,  Ind.     Igniter  trip  mechanism. 

No.  1,419,711  ;  June  13. 
Baker  Brush  Company.      (See  Joerger,  F.,  and   Shulman. 

assignors.) 
Baker    Casing   Shoe    Company.      (See   Baker,    Reuben   C, 

assignor.) 
Baker.  Charles  D.,  Cades,  S.  C.     Automobile  fender  clamp 

guard.     No.  1,439,599;  Dec.  15. 
Baker,  Charles  J.,  Kearney,  N.  J.     Fowl  retainer  or  holder. 

No.  1,410,640;  Mar.  28. 
Baker,  Charles  L.,  Lancaster,  Pa.     Top  notch  and  runner. 

No.  1,429,828;   Sept.   19. 
Baker,   David   B.,   Hoquiam,   Wash.     Clothcs-drving   rack. 

No.   1,425,231 ;   Aug.   8. 
Baker,  Dexter  C,  assignor  to  Baker-Hansen  Manufactur- 
ing    Company,     Oakland,     Calif.        Compressor.        No. 

1,429,829;   Sept.  19. 
Baker,    Donald    M.,    Columbus,    Ohio.      Trap    nests.      No. 

1,411,397  ;  Apr.  4. 
Baker,  Edwin  H.      (See  Tabor,  Luri,  assignor.) 
Baker,    Emma    D.,    Nashville,    Tenn.      Hair    curler.       No. 

1,416,596;  May  16. 
Baker,    Erie   K.,   Chicago,    111.     Bicycle   and   motor   drive 

therefor.     No.  1,436,788  ;  Nov.  28. 
Baker,  Erie  K.,  assignor  to  Baker  Wheel  &  Rim  Company, 

Chicago,   111.     Semiwood  wheel  for  motor  trucks.     No. 

1,407,829  ;  Feb.  2S. 
Baker,  Erie  K.,  assignor  to  Baker  Wheel  &  Rim  Company, 

Chicago.   III.     Semiwood  wheel  for  motor  trucks.     No. 

1,435,370  ;  Nov.  14. 
Baker,    Erie    K.,    assignor    to    Universal    Rim    Company, 

Chicago,  111.     Transput  rim.     No.  1,435,577  ;  Nov.  14. 
Baker;  Ernest  P.,  Manson,   Iowa.     Dispensing  apparatus. 

No.  1,422,913  ;  July  18. 
Baker,    Eugene    L.,    Taunton,    Mass.      Stove    oven.      No. 

1,426,032  ;  Aug.  15. 
Baker,  Fenner  B.,  assignor  to  Art  Needle  Manufacturing 

Co.,    Inc.,    New    York,    N.    Y.      Embroidering    machine. 

No.  1,409,903  ;  Mar.  21. 
Baker  Food   Products    Company.      (See   Malekow,   Philip, 

assignor.) 
Baker,  Frank  E.,  and  T.  J,  Biggs,  Birmingham,  England. 

Motor  cycle.     No.   1,416,315  ;   May  16. 
Baker,  Franklin  T.,  Jr.,  Alexandria,  La.     Strap  for  auto- 
mobile tops.     No.   1.40S.922;   Mar.  7. 
Baker,  Fred  J.,  Sioux  City,  Iowa.     Oil  cup.   No.  1,409,644  ; 

Mar.   14. 
Baker,    Frederick,    Blackheath,    assignor    to    C.    E.    Hart, 

Warnford  Court,  London,  England,  and  H.  H.  BunyaD 

Maidenhead,  England.     Sewing  machine.    No.  1,417,470  , 

May    23. 
Baker,    Frederick    C,    Portland,   Oreg.      Lighting   fixture. 

No.  1,420,806  ;  June  27. 
Baker,     George     H.,     San     Diego,     Calif.      Window-shade 

holder.     No.   1,414,929  ;  May  2. 
Baker,  George  M.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.     Reversible  and  ad- 
justable   metal    cobbling    shoe    last.       No.     1,434,669; 

Nov.  7. 
Baker,   George  R.,  London,   England,   assignor   to   Joseph 

Baker  Sons  and  Perkins  Company,  Incorporated,  White 

Plains,   N.  Y.     Machine  for  use  in  the  manufacture  of 

confectionery.     No.   1,437,880 ;   Dec.   5. 
Baker,  George  W.,  Jacksonville,  Fla.     Self-leveling  stove 

for  ships.     No.  1,421,890  ;  July  4. 
Baker,  Grover,  Temple  Hill,  111.     Swinging  scaffold.      No. 

1,436,977  ;    Nov.    28. 
Baker-Hansen     Manufacturing     Company.        (See     Baker, 

Dexter  C.    assignor.) 
Baker,  Harold  J.,  North  Street,  Mich.    Propeller  structure. 

No.  1,435,791  ;  Nov.  14. 
Baker,    Harold    T.,    and    J.    D.    Haskell.    Dayton,    Ohio. 

Paper  pulp-screen  machine.     No.  1.429.707  :  Sept.  19. 
Baker,   Hartley  O.,   assignor  to  The  Baker   Steam   Motor 

Car  and  Manufacturing  Co.  Inc.,  Pueblo,  Colo.     Water 

boiler.     No.   1,409,515  ;  Mar.   14. 
Baker,   Hartley   O.,  assignor  to  The  Baker   Steam  Motor 

Car  and  Manufacturing  Co.,  Inc.,  Pueblo,   Colo.     Pump 

drive  apparatus.     No.  1,420,807  ;  June  27. 
Baker,   Hartley  O.,   assignor  to  The  Baker   Steam   Motor 

Car  and  Manufacturing  Co.,  Inc.,  Pueblo,  Colo.     Valve 

gear.     No.  1.424,146  ;  Aug.  1. 
Baker,   Hartley  O.,   assignor  to  The   Baker   Steam  Motor 

Car  and  Manufacturing  Co.,  Inc.,  Pueblo,  Colo.    Water- 
tube  boiler.     No.   1.425,162  :   Aug.   8. 
Baker,  Henry  C,  and  E.   G.   Lehman.  Canton,   assignors. 

by  mesne  assignments,  to   United  Alloy  Steel   Corpora- 
tion,    Canton,     Ohio.       Boltless     rack     shelving.       N8. 

1,411,260;   Apr.   4. 
Baker,  Howard  A.,  El  Paso,  Tex.     Wheel-locking  device. 

No.   1.426.534.     Aug.  22. 
Baker,  Howard  H.,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.     Fuse.     No.  1,405,254  ; 

Jan.   31. 
Baker,  Howard  H.,   assignor  to  United  States  Fuse  Cor- 
poration, Buffalo,  N.  Y.     Fuse.     No.  1,406,434  ;  Feb.  14. 


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Baker,  Howard  H.,  assignor  to  United  States  Fuse  Cor- 
poration. Buffalo.  N.  Y.     Fuse.     No.  1,421.376  ;  July  4. 

Baker,  Hugh  J.,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Spacer  for  reenforce- 
ment.     No.  1,409.645;  Mar.  14. 

Baker,  Hugh  J.,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Collapsible  falsework 
for  concrete  floors.     No.  1,425,S23  ;  Aug.  15. 

Baker,  James  H.,  Saratoga  Springs,  N.  Y.  Pulp  screen. 
No.  1,404,566  ;  Jan.  24. 

Baker,  James  N.,  Brooklyn,  assignor  to  R.  Hoe  and  Co., 
New  York,  N.  Y.     Routing  tool.    No.  1,423,511 ;  July  25. 

Baker,  Jesse  G.      (See  Mills,  C.  A.,  and  Baker.) 

Baker.  Jesse  H.,  Henderson,  111.  Vaporizing  gasket.  No. 
1407,113  ;  Feb.  21. 

Baker,  Jesse  J.,  sr.,  Freeport,  Tex.  Rim  breaker.  No. 
1,436,789  ;    Nov.    28. 

Baker,  John  C.     (See  Phelps,  B.  B.,  Stevenson,  and  Baker.) 

Baker,  John  C.     (See  Wallace,  C.  F.,  and  Baker.) 

Baker,  John  C,  Ridgefleld  Park,  assignor  to  Wallace  & 
Tiernan  Co.  Inc.,  Belleville,  N.  J.  Maturing  and  bleach- 
ing flour.      No.    1,404,922  ;   Jan.   31. 

Baker,  John  C,  Ridgefleld  Park,  assignor  to  Wallace  & 
Tiernan  Co.,  Inc.,  Belleville,  N.  J.  Sterilizing  water 
and  sewage.     No.  1,413,153  ;  Apr.  18. 

Baker,  John  C,  Ridgefleld  Park,  assignor  to  Wallace  & 
Tiernan  Co.  Inc.,  Belleville,  N.  J.  Bleaching  paper  and 
fabrics.     No.  1,413,154  ;  Apr.  18. 

Baker,  John  C,  Ridgefleld  Park,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Albert 
W.  Johnston,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Manufacture  of  milk 
fat.     No.  1,413,092  ;  Apr.  18. 

Baker,  John  F.  L.,  assignor  to  The  Wickes  Boiler  Com- 
pany, Saginaw,  Mich.     Boiler.     No.  1,408,244  ;  Feb.  28. 

Baker,  John  F.  L.,  Saginaw,  Mich.,  assignor  to  The  Wickes 
Boiler  Company,  Saginaw,  Mich.  Stay  bolt.  No. 
1,411,261  ;  Apr.  4. 

Baker,  John  S.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Ballot.  No. 
1.410.984;    Mar.    28. 

Baker,  Joseph,  &  Sons,  Limited.  (See  Prescott,  William 
E.,   assignor.) 

Baker,  Joseph,  Sons  and  Perkins  Company.  (See  Baker, 
George  R.,   assignor.) 

Baker.  Joseph,  Sons  &  Perkins  Company.  (See  Baker, 
R.  E.,  Ford,  and  Cummins,  assignors.) 

Baker,  Joseph,  Sons  &  Perkins  Company.  (See  Baker, 
R.  E.,  Ford,  and  Elliott,  assignors.) 

Baker,  Joseph,  Sons  and  Perkins  Company.  (See  Hole, 
Herbert  W.,  assignor.) 

Baker.  Joseph,  Sons  and  Perkins  Limited.  (See  Prescott, 
William  E.,  assignor.)  . 

Baker;  Le  Roy,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Paint  pigment.  No. 
1,413,565  :  Apr.  25. 

Baker,  Le  Rov,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Making  pigments.  No. 
1,425,436;   Aug.   8. 

Baker,  Le  Roy.  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Making  pigments.  No: 
1,425,437  ;  Aug.   8. 

Baker,  Lewis  S.,  Ossining,  assignor  to  Western  Electric 
Company,  Incorporated,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Coffee  per- 
colator.    No.  1,406,814  :  Feb.  14. 

Baker,  Linnaeus  E.,  assignor  to  Wayne  Oil  Tank  and 
Pump  Company,  Fort  Wayne,  Ind.  Scale  for  trans- 
parent vessels  for  liquids.     No.  1,409,993  ;  Mar.  21. 

Baker,  Linnaeus  E.,  assignor  to  Wayne  Oil  Tank  and 
Pump  Company,  Fort  Wayne,  Ind.  Apparatus  for 
housing  hose.     No.  1,417,484  ;  May  30. 

Baker,  Malcolm  H.,  deceased,  Braintree,  Mass.  ;  M.  H. 
Baker,  administratrix,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments, 
to  Tremont  Products  Company.  Thermodynamically- 
controlled  knife  switch.     No.  1.407,315;  Feb.  21. 

Baker  Manufacturing  Company,  The.  (See  Baker,  Rollyn 
H.,  assignor.) 

Baker  Manufacturing  Corporation.  (See  Case,  John  J., 
assignor.) 

Baker,  Marie,  administratrix.     (See  Baker,  Malcolm  H.) 

Baker,  Max,  Richmond,  Va.  Dishwasher.  No.  1,403,999  ; 
Jan.  17. 

Baker.  N.  L.,  Manufacturing  Co.  (See  Baker,  Norman 
L.,  assignor.) 

Baker,  Newton  D.,  Secretai'y  of  War,  trustee.  (See 
Buckendale,   Laurence  R.,  assignor.) 

Baker.  Newton  D.,  Secretary  of  War,  trustee.  (See 
Butler,  John  S.,  assignor.) 

Baker,  Newton  D.,  Secretary  of  War,  trustee.  (See  John- 
son, Stuart  P.,  assignor.) 

Baker,  Newton  D.,  Secretary  of  War,  trustee.  (See  Jo- 
sephs,   Lymau    C,    Jr.,    assignor.) 

Baker,  Newton  D.,  Secretary  of  War.  (See  Milligan, 
Lowell   H.,   assignor.) 

Baker,  Newton  D..  Secretary  of  War,  trustee.  (See  New- 
man, Edwin  P.  S.,  assignor.) 

Baker,  Newton  D.,  Secretary  of  War,  trustee.  (See 
Peoples,  John  S..  assignor.) 

Baker,  Newton  D.,  Secretary  of  War,  trustee.  (See  Swan, 
John    H.,    assignor.) 

Baker,  Newton  D.,  Secretary  of  War,  trustee.  (See  Swee- 
ney, Orland  R.,  assignor.) 

Baker,  Newton  D.,  Secretary  of  War,  trustee.  (See  Trum- 
bull, H.  L.,  and  Evans,  assignors.) 

Baker,  Norman  L.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  assignor  to  N.  L. 
Baker  Manufacturing  Co.  Rim  for  automobile  wheels. 
No.  1,405.563  ;  Feb.  7. 

Baker,  Olaf,  et  al.  (See  Scribner,  E.  W.,  and  Depee, 
assignors.) 

Baker,  Orville  W.,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Tiston  construction. 
No.  1,427,930;   Sept.   5. 


Baker,  Percy  J.,  Malvern,  Pa.  Chain  fastener.  No. 
1,427,572  ;   Aug.    29. 

Baker-Perkins  Manufacturing  Corporation.  (See  Eggert, 
Gustav  B.,  assignor.) 

Baker-Perkins  Manufacturing  Corporation.  (See  Gase, 
Eugene,  assignor.) 

Baker,  Phillip,  Maiden,  Mass.  Mattress-filling  machine. 
No.  1,429,998  ;  Sept.  26. 

Baker,  Reuben  C,  assignor  to  Baker  Casing  Shoe  Com- 
pany, Coalinga,  Calif.  Dump  bailer.  No.  1,406,329 ; 
Feb.  14. 

Baker,  Reuben  C,  assignor  to  Baker  Casing  Shoe  Company, 
Coalinga,  Calif.     Pitman  end.     No.  1,424,435  ;  Aug.  1. 

Baker,  Robert  E.,  Bronxville,  E.  H.  Ford,  Brooklyn,  and 
I.  Elliott,  New  York,  assignors,  by  mesne  assignments, 
to  Joseph  Baker  Sons  &  Perkins  Company,  Inc.,  White 
Plains,  N.  Y.  Pump-operating  mechanism  for  wafer- 
baking  machines.     No.  1,407,457  ;  Feb.  21. 

Baker,  Robert  E.,  Bronxville,  E.  H.  Ford,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y., 
and  A.  F.  Cummins,  Nutley,  N.  J.,  assignors,  by  mesne 
assignments,  to  Joseph  Baker  Sons  &  Perkins  Company, 
Inc.,  White  Plains,  N.  Y.  Machine  for  proving  dough. 
No.  1,412,444;  Apr.  11. 

Baker,  Rollyn  H.,  assignor  to  The  Baker  Manufacturing 
Company,  Dayton,  Ohio.  Cup  and  beverage  vending 
device.     No.  1,437,485  ;  Dec.  5. 

Baker  Steam  Motor  Car  and  Manufacturing  Co.,  The. 
(See  Baker,  Hartley  O.,  assignor.) 

Baker  Steam  Motor  Car  and  Manufacturing  Company, 
The.     (See  Orr,  Carleton  A.,  assignor.) 

Baker,  Thaddeus  R.     (See  Keeler.  Frank  F.,  Sr  .  assignor.) 

Baker,  Thomas  V.,  Napavine,  Wash.  Saw-filing  gauge. 
No.  1,431,087  ;    Oct.    3. 

Baker,  Vernon  E.,  Elyria,  Ohio.  Embossing  device.  No. 
1,402,708  ;  Jan.  3. 

Baker,  Walter  C,  assignor  to  Standard  Parts  Company, 
Cleveland,  Ohio.  Brake  mechanism.  No.  1,423,901 ; 
July  25. 

Baker,  Walter  C,  assignor  to  The  Standard  Parts  Com- 
pany, Cleveland.  Ohio.  Brake  mechanism.  No. 
1,426.450;  Aug.  22. 

Baker,  Walter  W.,  and  F.  W.  Franklin,  Syracuse,  N.  Y. 
Tool  and  holder  therefor.     No.  1,424,392  :  Aug.   1. 

Baker  Wheel  &  Rim  Company.  (See  Baker,  Erie  K., 
assignor.) 

Baker,  William.      (See  Lane,   Samuel  E.,   assignor.) 

Baker,  William  E.,  West  Norwood,  England.  Ironing  ma- 
chine.    No.   1,423,068 ;    July   18. 

Baker,  William  E..  West  Norwood,  England.  Ironing  ma- 
chine.     No.   1.431,279  ;   Oct.   10. 

Baker,  William  E.,  and  W.  F.  Sonneman,  assignors  to 
Wonder  Trap  Co.,  Inc.,  Waco,  Tex.  Machine  for 
manufacturing   wire   cages.      No.    1,424,973 ;   Aug.  "8. 

Baker,  William  G.,  assignor  to  C.  Bodri,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
Saw.     No.  1,411,899;  Apr.  4. 

Baker,  William  H.,  Newton,  Kans.  Calendar.  No.  1,436,140  ; 
Nov.  21. 

Baker,  William  H.,  Montreal,  Quebec,  Canada,  assignor 
to  Draper  Corporation,  Hopedale,  Mass.  Cop-holding 
skewer  for  looms.     No.   1,416,157  ;  May  16. 

Baker,  William  H.,  and  C.  E.  Carter,  Montreal,  Quebec, 
Canada  ;  said  Carter  assignor  to  said  Baker.  Bobbin  or 
cop  feeler.    No.  1,403,728  ;  Jan.  17. 

Baker  &  Company.  (See  Maculen,  F.,  and  Van  Allen, 
assignors.) 

Baker  &  Company.      (See  Taylor,  Arthur  B.,  assignor.) 

Raker  &  Company.      (See  Van  Allen.  George  L..  assignor.) 

Bakken,  Andrew  H.      (See   Aalborg,    C,   and   Bakken.) 

Bakken,  Julia.  Northwood,  N.  Dak.  Pie-plate  attachment. 
No.    1,420,466  |    June    20. 

Bakker,  Herman.     (See  Kuijper,  K.,  and  Bakker.) 

Bakt/la,  Edward  J.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Phonograph-record 
brush.     No.  1,422,166  ;  July  11. 

Balactar,  John  A.  and  K.  M.,  Ford  City,  Ontario,  Canada. 
Automobile  engine  hood  cover.     No.  1.424,192:  Aug.   1. 

Balactar,   Kiril   M.     (See  Balactar,   John   A.   and  E.   M.) 

Balaguer,  Andres,  Marianao,  Habana,  Cuba.  Propeller. 
No.  1,403,729  ;   Jan.   17. 

Balaguer,  Andres,  Marianao,  Habana,  Cuba.  Vehicle  wheel. 
No.    1,427,429 ;    Aug.    29. 

Balch,  Clifton  F.,  Evanston,  111.  Handling  accounts.  No. 
1,416,437 ;    May    16. 

Balcke,  Hans,  assignor  to  Maschinenbau  Aktinengesell- 
schaft  Balcke,  Bochum.  Germany.  Vaporizing  system 
for  producing  high-grade  feed  water  for  steam  boilers. 
No.  1,432,521  ;  Oct.  17. 

Balcker,  Martin,  assignor  to  Marquette  Tool  &  Manufac- 
turing Company,  Chicago,  111.  Locking  device  for  pres- 
sure pads  of  double-acting  power  presses.  No.  1,409,149  ; 
Mar.  14. 

Balcker,  Martin,  assignor  to  J.  Nelson,  Chicago,  111.  Vari- 
able-speed friction   drive.     No.  1,416,158;  May  16. 

Balder,  Anton  W..  Pittsburg,  assignor  of  one-fourth  to  M. 
W.  Dunn,  Oakland,  Calif.  Trunk.  No.  1,428,313 ; 
Sept.   5. 

Balderston,  William,  assignor  to  M.  French  Battery  &  Car- 
bon Co.,  Madison,  Wis.  Battery.  No.  1,404,262; 
Jan.   24. 

Baldridge,  Charles  W.  (See  McFarland,  Harvey  P.,  as- 
signor.) 

Baldus,  Paul  C,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Valve-setting  device. 
No.  1,402,391;  Jan.  3. 

Baldwin,  Anna,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Bathing  cap.  No. 
1.407,625  ;  Feb.  21. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Baldwin,  Benjamin  L.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Automatic  car 
coupling.     No.   1,418,861  ;   June  6. 

Baldwin,  Bernard,  Los  Angeles.  Calif.  Ring-slot-cleaning 
tool.     No.   1,416,673;   May   23. 

Baldwin,  Creighton  F.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Counting  machine. 
No.  1,409,646  ;  Mar.  14. 

Baldwin,  Creighton  P.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Counting  mecha- 
nism.    No.   1,414,685  ;  May  2. 

Baldwin  Eraser  Company,  The.  (See  Baldwin,  John  H., 
assignor.) 

Baldwin,  Frederic  E.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Bottle  or  like 
closure.     No.  1,410,237;  Mar.  21. 

Baldwin,  Frederic  E.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Closure.  No. 
1,423,592;  July  25. 

Baldwin,  Frederic  E.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Holder  for  hot- 
water-bottle  stoppers.     No.  1.423.593  ;  July  25. 

Baldwin,  Frederic  E.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Carburetor  for 
internal-combustion   engines.     No.    1,435,578 ;   Nov.   14. 

Baldwin,  Frederick  M.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Signaling  de- 
vice.    No.  1,438,010;  Dec.  5. 

Baldwin,  Frederick.  W.     (See  Bell,  A.  G.,  and  Baldwin.) 

Baldwin,  Frederick  W.  (See  Bell,  A.  G.,  Baldwin,  and 
Breese.) 

Baldwin,  Frederick  W.,  Baddeck,  Nova  Scotia,  Canada. 
Torpedo.     No.   1,410,872  ;   Mar.  28. 

Baldwin,  Henry  S.,  Lynn,  Mass.,  assignor  to  General 
Electric  Company.  Ventilation  for  dynamo-electric 
machines.     No.  1,439,990  ;  Dec.  26. 

Baldwin,  James  L.,  Chicago,  111.  Store-service  apparatus. 
No.  1,419,200;  June  13. 

Baldwin,  James  L.,  Chicago,  111.  Overhead  carrier  sys- 
tem.   No.  1,425,740  ;  Aug.  15. 

Baldwin,  James  L.,  Chicago,  111.  Cash  carrier.  No. 
1,432,947;   Oct.  24. 

Baldwin,  James  P.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Friction  element 
and  making  the  same.     No.  1,438,572  ;  Dec.  12. 

Baldwin,  John  F.,  jr.,  East  Orange,  N.  J.,  •  assignor  to 
Western  Electric  Company,  Incorporated,  New  York, 
N.  Y.     Transmission  system.     No.   1,438,938  ;   Dec.  19. 

Baldwin,  John  H.,  assignor  to  The  Baldwin  Eraser  Com- 
pany, Chicago,  111.  Erasing  attachment  for  type- 
writers.    No.   1,415.293  ;   May  9. 

Baldwin  Locomotive  Works,  The.  (See  Ehle,  Archibald 
H.,  assignor.) 

Baldwin  Locomotive  Works,  The.  (See  Linton,  Morris, 
assignor.) 

Baldwin  Locomotive  Works,  The.  (See  Rushton,  Kenneth, 
assignor.) 

Baldwin  Locomotive  Works,  The.  (See  Shannon,  Ell- 
wood  M.,  assignor.) 

Baldwin  Locomotive  Works,  The.  (See  Sykes,  J.  P., 
and  Limerick,  assignors.) 

Baldwin  Locomotive  Works,  The.  (See  Wallace,  Allen,  as- 
signor.) 

Baldwin,  Oscar  C,  assignor  of  one-half  to  W.  H.  Meeker, 
Winfleld,  Iowa.  Lubricating  system.  No.  1,429,268 ; 
Sept.  19. 

Baldwin,  Walter  M.,  Weatherford,  Okla.  Wrench.  No. 
1,404,729 ;  Jan.  31. 

Baldwin,  William  H.,  Middletown,  Conn.  Tractor  lawn 
mower.      No.    1,417,485 ;    May   30. 

Baldwin,  William  H.,  and  C.  T.  Plummer,  Duluth,  Minn. 
Drum.     No.   1,420,233  ;   June  20. 

Baldwin,  William  J.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Dust  separator. 
No.  1,415,294  :   May  9. 

Balfour,  John  W.  B.,  London,  England.  Burner.  No. 
1,428,129  ;   Sept.  5. 

Balke,  William  H.,  Whitneyville,  assignor  to  The  Acme 
Wire  Company,  New  Haven,  Conn.  Package  for  strip 
or  filamentary  material  and  forming  the  same.  No. 
1,437,954  ;   Dec.   5. 

Balk-well,  Wesley  J.  (See  Schweiger,  W.  F.,  and  Balk- 
well.) 

Balkwill,  Wesley  J.,  assignor  to  Multipost  Company,  Roch- 
ester, N.  Y.  Counter-operating  mechanism  for  stamp 
aflixers.     No.  1,406,435  ;  Feb.  14. 

Ball,  Albert,  Claremont,  N.  H.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assign- 
ments, to  The  Jeffrey  Manufacturing  Company,  Colum- 
bus, Ohio.    Mining  machine.    No.  1,403,829  ;  Jan.  17. 

Ball,  Arlington  L.,  assignor  of  one-third  to  H.  C. 
Hequembourg  and  one-third  to  G.  P.  Hequembourg, 
Dunkirk,  N.  Y.  Hover  for  poultry-  No.  1,417,225- 
May  23.  * 

Ball  Brothers  Glass  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Mingle, 
Joseph  P.,  assignor.) 

Ball,  Clarence  R.,  Washington,  D.  C.  Store  service.  No. 
1,408,679  ;  Mar.  7. 

Ball,  David  A.,  Whittier,  Calif.  Fishing  tool.  No. 
1,416,930  ;   May   23. 

Ball  Engine  Company.  (See  Armstrong,  Edwin  J.,  as- 
signor.) 

Ball  Engine  Company.    (See  Doering,  Henry  L.,  assignor.) 

Ball,  George,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Whiting- 
Patterson  Company,  Incorporated.  Transferring  mech- 
anism.    No.  1,434,731  ;  Nov.  7. 

Ball,  George  H.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to  The 
Marlin  Firearms  Corporation,  New  Haven,  Conn.  Fire- 
arm.    No.  1,418,802;   June  6. 

Ball,  Guy  M.,  Spokane,  Wash.  Parachute  vent.  No. 
1,427,771 ;    Sept.  5. 

Ball,  Guy  M.,  Spokane,  Wash.  Fabric  structure  for  para- 
chutes and  aerostats  and  constructing  the  same.  No. 
1,427,772;   Sept.   0. 


Ball,  Henry  D.,  and  E.  L.  Bradbury,  Clarksville,  Tenn. 
Knife.     No.  1,413,954  ;  Apr.  25. 

Ball,  Henry  P.,  assignor  to  S.  Sternau  &  Co.,  Inc., 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Culinary  utensil.  No.  1,411,076 ; 
Mar.  28. 

Ball,  Henry  P.,  Brooklyn,  assignor  to  S.  Sternau  &  Co., 
Inc.,  New  York,  N.  Y.     Stove,     No.  1,411,250  ;  Apr.  4. 

Ball,  John  P.,  Chicago,  111.  Sewage  purifier.  No. 
1,410,358  ;  Mar.  21. 

Ball,  John,  P.,  Chicago,  111.  Sewage  purifier.  No. 
1,415,007  ;  May  9. 

Ball,  John  P.,  Chicago,  111.  Sewage  purifier.  No. 
1,421,891 ;  July  4. 

Ball,  John  P.,  Chicago,  111.  Sewage  purifier.  No. 
1.434,520  ;   Nov.   7. 

Ball,  Joseph  A.     (See  Troland,  L.  T.,  Ball,  and  Andrews.) 

Ball,  Louise  C,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Floss  holder.  No. 
1,438,939  ;   Dec.   19. 

Ball,  Walter,  Hubbard,  Ohio.  Universal  generator  cou- 
pling.    No.  1,413,375;  Apr.  18. 

Ball,  Walter,  Hubbard,  Ohio.  Automatic  air  release.  No. 
1,414,249;  Apr.  25. 

Ballantine,  William  B.,  London,  England.  Manufacture  of 
ferrochromium  alloys.     No.  1,430,878  ;  Oct.  3. 

Ballard,  Arthur  H.,  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  assignor  to 
Ballard  Oil  Burning  Equipment  Company,  Boston, 
Mass.     Rotary  oil  burner.     No.  1,429.554;   Sept.    19. 

Ballard,  Arthur  H.  assignor  to  Ballard  Oven  Corporation, 
Boston,  Mass.  Apparatus  for  baking.  No.  1,434,035  ; 
Oct.  31. 

Ballard,  Arthur  H.,  assignor  to  Ballard  Oven  Corporation, 
Boston,  Mass.  Apparatus  for  baking.  No.  1,434,036  ; 
Oct.   31. 

Ballard,  Charles  F.,  Hamlet,  N.  C.  Wrench.  No. 
1,405,255;   Jan.   31. 

Ballard,  George  L.,  assignor  to  Wildman  Manufacturing 
Company,  Norristown,  Pa.  Knitting  machine.  No. 
1,402,038  ;  Jan.  3. 

Ballard,  Harry  E.,  Holyoke,  assignor  to  The  Coburn  Trol- 
ley Track  '  Manufacturing  Company,  Chicopee  Falls, 
Mass.  Binder  for  folding  doors.  No.  1,439,859 ; 
Dec.  26. 

Ballard,  Herbert  T.,  Norristown,  Pa.  Knitting  machine. 
No.  1,406,253;  Feb.  14. 

Ballard,  Herbert  T.,  Norristown,  Pa.  Needle  cylinder  for 
knitting  machines.     No.  1,406,254;  Feb.  14. 

Ballard,  Herbert  T.,  Norristown,  Pa.  Knitting  machine. 
No.    1,423,175;    July    18. 

Ballard,  Herbert  T.,  Norristown,  Pa.  Knitting  machine. 
No.   1,424,274  ;  Aug.  1. 

Ballard,  Herbert  T.,  Norristown,  Pa.  Knitted  fabric.  No. 
1,432,739;   Oct.  24. 

Ballard,  Herbert  T.,  Norristown,  Pa.  Let-off  mechanism 
for  knitting  machines.     No.  1,435,948  ;  Oct.  24. 

Ballard,  Herbert  T.,  Norristown,  Pa.  Knitting  machine 
for  producing  zigzag  stripes.     No.   1,440.266  ;   Dec.   26. 

Ballard,  Herbert  T.,  Norristown,  Pa.  Knitted  rib  fabric. 
No.   1,440,267  ;   Dec.   26. 

Ballard,  Max  H.,  Chicago,  111.  Expansible  finger  ring. 
No.   1,434,981  ;  Nov.   7. 

Ballard,  Milton  H.,  Lynn,  Mass.,  assignor  to  United  Shoe 
Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Press.  No. 
1,405,385  ;  Feb.  7. 

Ballard,  Milton  H.,  Lynn,  Mass.,  assignor  to  United'  Shoe 
Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Self-lubricat- 
ing pulley.     No.   1,410,544  ;  Mar.  28. 

Ballard,  Milton  H.,  Lynn,  Mass.,  assignor,  by  mesne  as- 
signments, to  United  Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Pat- 
erson, N.  J.     Cutting  machine.     No.  1,431,920  ;  Oct.  17. 

Ballard  Oil  Burning  Equipment  Company.  (See  Ballard, 
Arthur  H.,  assignor.) 

Ballard,  Orlo  O.,  and  J.  C.  Stedman,  Houston,  Tex. 
Fender  attachment.     No.  1,415,295:  May  9. 

Ballard  Oven  Corporation.  (See  Ballard,  Arthur  H.,  as- 
signor.) 

Ballard,  William  P.     (See  Perry.  W.  D.,  and  Ballard.) 

Ballard,  William  P.,  and  W.  D.  Perry,  Imbler,  Oreg. 
Cabinet   ironing   board.      No.    1,427,343 ;    Aug.    29. 

Ballaz,  Peter,  West  New  York,  N.  J.  Ornamental  combi- 
nation wood,  coal,  oil,  and  kerosene  stove.  No. 
1,411,251  ;  Apr.  4. 

Balle,  Charles  W.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Reamer.  No.  1,402,039  ; 
Jan.  3. 

Ballentine,  A.  E.     (See  Smith,  Charles  M.,  assignor.) 

Ballentine,  James  U.,  Huntsville,  Ala.  Nut  lock.  No. 
1.406,956  ;  Feb.  14. 

Ballert,  Otto,  Berlin,  Germany.  Tipping  truck.  No. 
1,405,182;   Jan.    31. 

Bnllester,  Vincent  E.,  Brussels,  Belgium.  Peeling  ma- 
chine.    No.  1,415.766  ;  May  9. 

Ballewitch,  Nada  G.,  executrix.  (See  Coressey,  Theo- 
dore.) 

Ballin,  Maurice,  assignor  to  Neustadter  Bros.,  San  Fran- 
cisco, Calif.  Carpenter's  nail  pocket.  No.  1,409,436 ; 
Mar.  14. 

Ballin,  Solomon,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Child's  garment.  No. 
1.420,176;    June    20. 

Ballister,  Thomas  F.,  and  H.  Goedinghnus,  Santa  Maria. 
Calif.      Drier.      No.   1,437,084  ;   Nov.   28. 

Ballman,  Edwin  C,  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  assignor  to  Valley 
Electric  Company,  Wilmington,  Del.  System  of  elec- 
trical distribution.     No.  1,417,710  ;  May  30. 


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Ballman,  Edwin  C,  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  assignor  to  Valley 
Electric  Company,  Wilmington,  Del.  Lighting  system 
for  automobiles.     No.  1,418,051  ;  May  30. 

Ballman,  Edwin  C,  assignor  to  S.  A.  Whitten,  St.  Louis, 
Mo.  Electrical  measuring  instrument.  No.  1,428,743  ; 
Sept.  12. 

Ballman,  Edwin  C,  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  assignor  to  Valley 
Electric  Company,  Wilmington,  Del.  Electric  motor. 
No.  1,431,620  :  Oct.  10. 

Ballou,  Harold  G.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Buffing  machine. 
No.    1,418,863 ;   June   6. 

Ballou,  John  M.      (See  Balzer,  V.  W.,  and  Ballou.) 

Ballou,  Marcus  H.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Tape  attachment. 
No.  1,403,376;  Jan.  10. 

Balluff,  Edward  J.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  E.  Spatz,  Chi- 
cago, 111.    Polarity  reverser.     No.  1,431,453  ;  Oct.  10. 

Balmer,  Robert,  Toronto,  Ontario,  Canada.  Production  of 
fertilizers.     No.   1,408,064  ;  Feb.  28. 

Balmer,  Thomas,  Ottawa,  Ontario,  Canada.  Needle  thread- 
er.    No.  1,436,562  ;   Nov.   21. 

Balogh,  Frank  O.,  Lakewood,  Ohio.  Envelope.  No. 
1,411,077  ;   Mar.  28. 

Balsam,  .lames.     (See  Liebowitz,  B.,  and  Balsam.) 

Balser,  Joseph  W.,  assignor  of  thirty-five  one-hundredths 
to  S.  L.  Remington,  El  Dorado.  Ark.  Ink  composition. 
No.  1,439.658  ;  Dec.  19. 

Balson,  Adrian  C,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Continuous  player 
for  talking  machines.     No.  1,436,004  ;  Nov.  21. 

Balster,  Frederick  W.,  Wilmington,  Del.  Burner.  No. 
1,418,422  ;    June    6. 

Baltes,  Walter  H„  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Hoist.  No.  1,402,469  ; 
Jan.  3. 

Baltbasar,  Arthur,  Montclair,  N.  J.  Warp  beam  and 
analogous  device.     No.  1,416.931  ;  May  23. 

Baltimore  Oil  Engine  Company.  (See  Wygodsky,  Leon, 
assignor.) 

Baltimore  Tube  Company.  (See  Beach,  Harold  IC,  and 
N.  A.,  assignors.) 

Baltzley,  Louis  E.,  Bloomfield,  N.  J.  Adjustable  wrench. 
No.    1,415,914  ;    May    16. 

Baltzley,  Oren  F.,  Hagerstown,  Md.  Display  machine. 
No.  1,409,516  ;  Mar.  14. 

Baltzley,  Oren  F.,  Hagerstown,  Md.  Display  machine. 
No.  1,409,517  ;  Mar.  14. 

Baltzley,  Oren  F.,  Hagerstown.  Md..  assignor  to  The 
Smith-Lee  Company,  Oneida,  N.  Y.  Bottle-cap  machine. 
No.  1,415,507  ;  May  9. 

Baluss,  Fred  C,  Duluth,  Minn.  Gas  heater  for  furnaces. 
No.  1,405,386  ;  Feb.  7. 

Baluta,  Leonard  S.,  Berwick,  Pa.  Reel.  No.  1,438,212  ; 
Dec.  12. 

Balz,  George  A.,  Rahway,  N.  J.  Refractory  brick.  No. 
1.410,729;  Mar.  28. 

Balzer,  Vernon  W.,  and  J.  M.  Ballou,  assignors  to  T.  E. 
Hudson  and  P.  G.  Hugus,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Lock. 
No.  1,438,011  ;   Dec.  5. 

Bamberger,  Lester,  Riverside,  Calif.  Beehive.  No. 
1,414,393  ;  May  2. 

Bamberger,  Raymond  S.,  Arcadia,  Calif.  Car  suspension 
for  balloons.    No.  1,419,205  ;  June  13. 

Bambrick,  Anna  M.  (See  Worthington,  Tillman  B.,  as- 
signor.) 

Banaszak,  John,  Ironwood,  Mich.  Locomotive  headlight. 
No.   1,440,268  ;   Dec.   26. 

Bancalari.  Ignacio  L.,  Mexico,  Mexico.  Transit. '  No. 
1,439,218;  Dec.  19. 

Bancel,  Paul  A.,  Nutley,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Ingersoll-Rand 
Company,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.  Compartment  surface  con- 
denser.    No.  1.406,815  ;  Feb.  14. 

Bancroft,  Benjamin  M.,  assignor  to  B.  D.  Thorner,  New 
York,  N.  Y.  Starter  for  internal-combustion  engines. 
No.   1,435,8S8;   Nov.   14. 

Bancroft,  Erwin  P.  (See  Phaunenstiehl,  H.,  and  Ban- 
croft.) 

Bancroft,  James  L.,  assignor  to  The  Ohio  Body  &  Blower 
Company,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Automobile  body  construc- 
tion.     No.   1.427,894  ;   Sept.  5. 

Bandoly,  Erich  A.  M.,  Chicago,  111.  Scale-beam  construc- 
tion.'   No.   1,415,508  ;  May  9. 

Bands,  William  H.,  Southmont  Borough,  Pa.  Fender. 
No.   1,438,287  ;  Dec.  12. 

Bandura,  Andrew,  Chicago,  111.  Mining  sheave.  No. 
1,426,271  :  Aug.  15. 

Bandurski.  Walter.     (See  Labadie,  William  D.,  assignor.1 

Bandy,  John  A.,  Arkansas  City,  Ark.  Soap  receptacle. 
No.  1,404,730  ;  Jan.  31. 

Baner,  Car]  O..  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Rotary  steam 
engine.     No.  1,421,892;  July  4. 

Banes.  Walter  D.      (See  Gale,  H.  E.,  and  Banes.) 

Banfield,  Arthur  C,  assignor  to  Adam  Hilger,  Limited, 
London.  England.  Projection  apparatus  for  gauging 
screw  threads.     No.  1.421,057  :  June  27. 

Bangen,  William  S.,  Havana,  N.  Dak.  Attachment  for 
water-closet  seats.     No.   1,435,685  ;   Nov.  14. 

Bangerter,  Friedrich,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Automatic  rapid- 
fire  machine  gun.     No.    1,424.751  ;   Aug.   8.        > 

Bangle,  Paul  M.,  San  Dimas,  Calif.  Earth-handling  ap- 
paratus for  use  in  irrigation.     No.   1,419,101  :  June  6. 

Bangs,  Chester  T.,  Chicago,  111.  Poppet  valve.  No. 
1,414,495;  May  2. 

Bangs,  Chester  T.,  Chicago,  111.  Poppet  valve.  (Reissue.) 
No.  15.438;  Aug.  29. 

Bankers  Electric  Protective  Association.  (See  Crawford, 
Franklin    E.,    assignor  i 


Banki,  Donat,  Budapest,  Hungary.  Water  turbine.  No. 
1,436,933;    Nov.    28. 

Banknote  Press  Company.  (See  Hollingsworth,  Samuel, 
assignor. ) 

Banks,  Alfonso  A.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Soap  sudser.  No. 
1,434,361  ;  Nov.  7. 

Banks,  Arthur  J.,  St.  Lambert,  Quebec,  Canada.  Fer- 
mentation meter.     No.  1,429,269;  Sept.  19. 

Banks,  Chester  C.,  assignor  to  The  Born  Steel  Range  Com- 
pany, Cleveland,  Ohio.  Door  suspension  for  steam 
cookers.     No.   1,436,427  ;   Nov.  21. 

Banks,  Edward  T.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Universal  joint. 
No.  1.410,791  ;  Mar.  28. 

Banks,  Frederick  R.,  Paterson,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  McNab 
&  Harlin  Manufacturing  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
Valve  handwheel.     No.  1,426,272  ;  Aug.  15. 

Banks,  George  L.,  Walnut  Park,  Calif.  Aeroplane.  No. 
1,424,130;   July  25. 

Banks,  Haskell  W.,  San  Diego,  Calif.  Automatic  air- 
pressure  gauge.     No.  1,435,272 ;  Nov.   14. 

Banks,  John  S.,  Norfolk,  Va.  Hollow  concrete  wall.  No. 
1,421,145  ;  June  27. 

Banks,  John  W.     (SeeBanks,  Willis  G.,  assignor.) 

Banks,  Leslie  J.,  East  Norwalk,  Conn.  Lid  support.  No. 
1,433,524  ;   Oct.   31. 

Banks,  Oliver  S.  (See  Smothers,  E.  J.,  Banks,  and  Golo- 
bich.) 

Banks,  Richard  E.,  Washington,  D.  C.  Storage-battery 
electrolyte.     No.  1,429,830  ;  Sept.  19. 

IJanks,  William  H.,  Winthrop,  Mass.  Galloping  veloci- 
pede.    No.   1,439,394  ;  Dec.  19. 

Banks,  Wi'liam  J.      (See  Campbell,   P.,  and   Banks.) 

Banks,  Willis  G.,  assignor  to  J.  W.  Banks,  Newark,  N.  J. 
Line-supporting  post.    No.  1,402,561  ;  Jan.  3. 

Banner  Machine  Company,  The.  (See  Grove,  Frank  H., 
assignor.) 

Banner,  Otto  A.     (See  Falk,  H.  W..  Day.  and  Banner.) 

Bannigan,  John  P.,  assignor  of  two-thirds  to  F.  B.  Adams 
and  D.  J.  Goldstein,  Utica,  N.  Y.  Letter-reproducing  de- 
vice.    No.  1,427,254  ;  Aug.  29. 

Bannister,  Loring  H.,  Toledo,  Ohio.  Bottle-cooling  chest. 
No.   1,418,692  ;   June  6. 

Bannon,  John  F.,  Bayonne,  N.  J.  Oil  burner.  No. 
1,424,795  ;   Aug.   8. 

Banschbach,  Edward  A.,  Chicago,  111.  Vehicle  support. 
No.  1,405,656  ;  Feb.  7. 

Banschbach,  Edward  A..  Chicago,  111.  Steel  wheel  and 
tire  holder.     No.  1,412,034  ;  Apr.  11. 

Banschbach,  Edward  A.,  Chicago,  111.  Binding  and  filing 
device.     No.  1,437,955  ;  Dec.  5. 

Banta,  George  D.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Tire  mounting  or  dis- 
mounting machine.     No.   1,437,085;   Nov.  28. 

Banta,  Robert  R.,  Chicago,  111.  Flush  valve.  No. 
1,416,317;    May    16. 

Banton,  George  R.,  Butternut,  Mich.  Container.  No. 
1,407,688  ;  Feb.  28. 

Banwart,  William  R.,  West  Bend,  Iowa.  Road  leveler. 
No.   1,418,225  ;  May  30. 

Banzhaf,  Albert  H.  T.  (See  Uebelmesser,  Charles,  as- 
signor.) 

Baptista,  Ignacio  V.,  Rio  de  Janeiro,  Brazil.  Theodolite 
and  similar  angle-measuring  instrument.  No.  1,429,555  ; 
Sept.   19. 

Baquie,  Hubert  C,  North  Carlton,  near  Melbourne,  Vic- 
toria, Australia,.  Automatically  -  operating  pneumatic 
wheel  for  motor  and  other  vehicles.  No.  1,418,515 ; 
June    6. 

Baramski,   Joseph.      (See  Wismiewski.   Walter,   assignor.) 

Barany,  Edmund  R.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Machine  for  shaping1 
articles.     No.   1,432,315  ;   Oct.  17. 

Barashick  Aaron,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Bedstead.  No. 
1,408,245;  Feb.  28. 

Barbarou,  Marius  J.  B.,  Paris,  France.  Supporting  device 
for  headlights  of  motor  cars.     No.  1,410,873  ;  Mar.  28. 

Barbarou.  Marius  J.  B.,  Paris.  France.  Steering  mech- 
anism for  automobiles.     No.  1.413,650  :  Apr.  25. 

Barbarou,  Marius  J.  B.,  Paris,  France.  Fastening  means 
for  automobile  accessories.     No.  1,424,611  ;  Aug.  1. 

Barbarou,  Marius  J.  B.,  Paris,  France.  Pedal  device  for 
motor  vehicles.     No.   1,438,288  ;   Dec.   12. 

Barbarou,  Marius  J.  B.,  Paris,  France.  Speed-reducing 
gear   for   aviation   motors.     No.   1,438.289  ;   Dec.    12. 

Barbay,  Paul  S.,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Lock.  No. 
1,434.080;   Oct.    31. 

Barbe1,  Maxime.     (See  Bernard.  P.,  and  Barbe\) 

Barbeau,  Harry  M.,  assignor  to  The  Willys-Overland 
Company,  Toledo.  Ohio.  Glass-cutting  table.  No. 
1.410,153;  Mar.  21. 

Barbeau,  Harry  M.,  assignor  to  The  Willys-Overland  Com- 
pany, Toledo,  Ohio.  Glass-grinding  machine.  No. 
1,430,879;  Oct.  3. 

Barbeau,  Leon,  Nashua,  N.  II.  Clothespin.  No.  1,435,792  ; 
Nov.    14. 

Barbeau,  Malcolm  L.,  and  F.  S.  Weber,  assignors  to  The 
S.  Howes  Co.  Inc.,  Silver  Creek,  N.  Y.  Mechanical 
movement.      No.    1,420,360  ;    June    20. 

Barber,  Albert  J.,  Steubenville,  assignor  to  The  Pipe  Ma- 
chinery Company,  Cleveland.  Ohio.  Attachment  for  tap- 
ping machines.     No.  1,426,273;  Aug.  15. 

Barber,  Allan  J.,  Woonsocket,  R.  I.  Game  board.  No. 
1,428,411  ;   Sept.  5. 

Barber,  Anthony  A.,  Arlington,  assignor  to  B.  &  B.  Photo- 
graphic Co.,  Newark,  N.  J.  Photographic-film  carrier. 
No.  1,429,270;  Sept.  19. 


32 


INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Barber  Asphalt  Company,  The.  (See  Browne,  Frank  A., 
assignor.) 

Barber  Asphalt  Company,  The.  (See  Forrest,  Charles 
N.,  assignor.) 

Barber  Asphalt  Paving  Company,  The.  (See  Babb, 
Charles  S.,  assignor.) 

Barber,  Claire  S.     (See  Richardson,  B.  J.,  and  Barber.) 

Barber-Colman  Company.  (See  Corrigan,  Charles  A.,  as- 
signor. ) 

Barber,  Franklin  L.,  assignor  to  Standard!  Car  Truck  Com- 
pany, Chicago,  111.  Roller  side  bearing.  No.  1,425,741  ; 
Aug.  15. 

Barber,  George,  Cleveland  Heights,  Ohio.  Combined  fender 
and  nonskid  automatic  brake.    No.  1,402,279  ;  Jan.  3. 

Barber,  Howard  M.,  Stonington,  Conn.,  assignor  to  C.  B. 
Cottrell  &  Sons  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Delivery 
mechanism  for  printing  machines.  No.  1,420,033 ; 
Aug.  15. 

Barber,  Howard  M.,  Stonington,  Conn.,  assignor  to  C.  B. 
Cottrell  &  Sons  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Means  for 
preventing  offset  from  freshly  -  printed  sheets.  No. 
1,428,931 ;   Sept.  12. 

Barber,  Howard  M.,  Stonington,  Conn.,  assignor  to  C.  B. 
Cottrell  &  Sons  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Inking 
mechanism  for  bed  and  cylinder  printing  presses.  No. 
1,431,088  ;   Oct.  3. 

Barber,  Leon,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  T-square  keeper.  No. 
1,404,000;  Jan.  17. 

Barber,  Lewis  R.,  Fresno,  Calif.  Fruit-pitting  machine. 
No.  1,424,436  ;  Aug.   1.  , 

Barber,  Lewis  R.,  assignor  ,to  Lisenby  Manufacturing  Com- 
pany, Fresno,  Calif.  Ink-fountain  drive  mechanism. 
No.   1,412,766  ;  Apr.   11. 

Barber,  Lewis  R.,  assignor  to  Lisenby  Manufacturing 
Company,  Fresno,  Calif.  Paper-feeler  mechanism., 
No.   1,434,582  ;  Nov.  7. 

Barber,  Martin  A.,  Cleveland,  Ohio,  assignor  to  The  Ameri- 
can Automatic  Connector  Company,  Wyoming,  Del.  Lo- 
comotive snowplow.    No.  1,412,265  ;  Apr.  11. 

Barber  Oil  Burner  Company,  The.  (See  Barber,  W.  J., 
and  Irvin,  assignors.) 

Barber,  Orren  E.,  assignor  to  Kirk-Barber  Company, 
Chicago,  111.     Jig.     No.  1,433,252  ;  Oct.  24. 

Barber,  Saul  P.,  Pasadena,  Calif.  Wheel.  No.  1,425,824  ; 
Aug.  15. 

Barber,  William,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Trailer  leg  support. 
No.  1,415,008  ;  May  9. 

Barber,  William,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Brake  mechanism. 
No.  1,430,349  ;   Sept.  26. 

Barber,  William  J.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  E.  M.  Kline, 
Cleveland,  Ohio.     Gas  burner.     No.  1,412,767  ;  Apr.  11. 

Barber,  William  J.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  E.  M.  Kline, 
Cleveland,  Ohio.     Gas  burner.     No.  1,412,768  ;  Apr.  11. 

Barber,  William  J.,  and  W.  J.  Irvin,  Cleveland,  Ohio, 
assignors,  by  mesne  assignments,  to  The  Barber  Oil 
Burner  Company.  Liquid-fuel  burner.  No.  1,430,278  ; 
Sept.  26. 

Barber,  William  M.,  Somerville,  Mass.  Paper-drying  ma- 
chine.    No.  1,419,534  ;  June  13. 

Barbet,  E.,  &  Fils  et  Cie.     (See  Barbet,  Emile  A.,  assignor.) 

Barbet,  Emile  A.,  Paris,  France.  Continuous  distillation 
of  glycerin  from  the  weak  glycerinous  liquors  obtained 
in  fermentation  processes.     No.  1.416,318  ;  May  16. 

Barbet,  Emile  A.,  Paris,  France.  Distilling  and  rectifying 
column.      No.    1,427,430;    Aug.    29. 

Barbet,  Emile  A.,  assignor  to  E.  Barbet  &  Fils  et  Cie., 
Paris,  France.  Apparatus  for  the  continuous  production 
of  ether.     No.  1,436,332  ;  Nov.  21. 

Barbieri,  Cesare,  Washington,  D.  C.  Decorticating  mecha- 
nism.    No.  1,403,830  ;  Jan.  17. 

Barbour,  Otho  A.,  San  Diego,  assignor  of  one-third  to 
W.  T.  Barbour,  San  Diego,  and  one-third  to  L.  J. 
Ackers,  Pomona,  Calif.  Coat  collar.  No.  1,40S,492 ; 
Mar.  7. 

Barbour,  Perley  E.,  and  H.  Lyon,  assignors  to  Brockton 
Rand  Company,  Brockton,  Mass.  Welt-moistening  ma- 
chine.    No.   1,416,773  ;  May   23. 

Barbour,  Robert,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Reversing  mechanism 
for  internal-combustion  engines.    No.  1,416,319  ;  May  16. 

Barbour,  William  T.,  et  al.  (See  Barbour,  Otho  A.,  as- 
signor.) 

Barcalo  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Illig,  George  D., 
assignor.) 

Barch,  Walter  F.,  Washington,  D.  C.  Lettering  pen.  No. 
1,419,441  ;  June  13. 

Barchard,  F.  L.,  et  al.     (See  McGee,  Eugene  I-L,  assignor.) 

Barclay,  Hjalmar  V.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Heat  exchanger. 
No.    1,410,320 ;   May   16. 

Barclav,  Howard,  Viroqua,  Wis.  Device  for  facilitating 
shingle  laying.     No.  1,433,772  ;   Oct.   31. 

Barclay,  William  G.,  assignor  to  E.  B.  Thelin,  Chicago, 
111.  Weather-protecting  ring  for  street  lamps.  No. 
1,427,344  ;  Aug.  29. 

Barclay,  William  P.,  Chicago,  111.  Vapor-condensing  appa- 
ratus.    No.  1,403,282  :  Jan.  10. 

Barclay,  William  P.,  Chicago,  111.  Toothed-hub  friction 
pinion.     No.  1,403,377  ;  Jan.  10. 

Bardeen,  Hugh  A.     (See  Burks,  D.,  Bardeen,  and  Harris.) 

Bardelli,  Arturo,  Milan,  Italy.  Automatic  firearm.  No. 
1,425,627  ;   Aug.  15. 

Bardeloni,  Cesare,  Rome,  Italy.  Device  for  receiving 
radiosignals.      No.    1,416,774 ;    May    23. 

Barden,  Merritt  C,  West  Pawlet,  Vt.  Teat  cup.  No. 
1,412,158;  Apr.  11. 


Bardill,  Paul  H.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  W.  O.  Buesch, 
Dubuque,  Iowa.  Heating  transformer.  No.  1,409,647  ; 
Mar.  14. 

Bardon,  Oliver  II.,  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Manually-operated 
switch  stand.    No.  1,428,874  ;  Sept.  12. 

Bardowick,  Martin  D.  J.  G.,  Deinste,  near  Stade,  Germany. 
Potato-harvesting  machine.    No.  1,419,800  ;  June  13. 

Bardrof,  Frank  E.      (See   Gray,   D.   E.,   and   Bardrof.) 

Bardsley,  Henry,  Providence,  R.  I.,  assignor  to  Crompton 
&  Knowles  Loom  Works.  Double-index  loom  dobby. 
No.  1,437,126;  Nov.  28. 

Bardsley,  Willard  W.,  et  al.,  executors.  (See  Wardwell, 
Simon  W.) 

Bardt,  Hans,  assignor  to  Sociedad  Hidro-Metalurgica,  San- 
tiago, Chile.  Dissolving  or  recovering  metals.  No. 
1,423,069  ;    July    18. 

Bardt,  Hans,  assignor  to  Sociedad  Hidro-Metalurgica,  San- 
tiago, Chile.  Precipitating  metals  from  solutions.  No. 
1,423,070;    July    18. 

Bardt,  Hans,  assignor  to  Sociedad  Hidro-Metalurgica,  San- 
tiago, Chile.  Manufacturing  electrodes.  No.  1,423,071  ; 
July    18. 

Bardt,  Hans,  assignor  to  Sociedad  Hidro-Metalurgica, 
Santiago,  Chile.  Electric  storage  battery.  No.  1,425,163  ; 
Aug.  8. 

Barducci,  Pilade,  Secondigliano,  Naples,  Italy.  Drying 
apparatus.     No.   1,409,915  ;  Mar.  21. 

Barducci,  -Pilade,  Naples,  Italy.  Press  for  pastry  mate- 
rials.    No.  1,426,244  ;  Aug.  15. 

Barefoot,  Josie  C.,  and  A.  A.  Knee,  Charlotte,  assignors 
to  Velvet  Action  Brake  Lining  Company,  Mecklenburg 
County,  N.  C.  Brake-band  lining  for  automobiles,  etc. 
No.   1,430.143;   Sept.   26. 

Bareiss,  John  C,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Pipe  and  tube  tester. 
No.  1,422,522  ;  July  11. 

Barlield,  Charles  V.     (See  Brown,  Milton  D..  assignor.) 

Bargar,  Frederick  C.,  Columbus,  Ohio,  assignor  to  Foamite 
Firefoam  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Fire  extinguisher. 
No.  1,422,406;  July  11. 

Barger,     Tom    J.,     Oilton,     Okla.       Oil-well    pump.-      No. 

1.408.852  ;  Mar.  7. 

Barger,     Tom    J.,     Oilton,     Okla.       Oil-well    pump.       No. 

1.408.853  ;  Mar.  7. 

Barger,  Tom  J..  Oilton.  Okla.  Oil-well  pumo.  No. 
1,437,881  ;  Dec  5. 

Barggren,  Richard  W.,  Chicago.  111.  Mail-folding  machine. 
No.  1,436,005  ;  Nov.  21. 

Barili,   Arthur   E.      (See   Gates,   Benjamin    L.,   assignor.) 

Bark,  William,  Elyria,  Ohio,  assignor  to  National  Tube 
Company,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Drawbench.  No.  1,411,055  ; 
Apr.  4. 

Barkdoll,  Edward  J.,  Garrison,  Iowa.  Bridle.  No. 
1,405,387;  Feb.  7. 

Barker,  Alan  G.,  Long  Beach,  Calif.  Hat  holder.  No. 
1,435,889  ;  Nov.  14. 

Barker,    Dyson.      (See    Cordwell,    W.,    and    Barker.) 

Barker,  Edward  L.  (See  Govard,  W.  11.,  Barker,  and 
Jenkins.) 

Barker,  Frank  C,  St.  Paul,  Minn.,  assignor  to  The  Yale 
&  Towne  Manufacturing  Company,  Stamford,  Conn. 
Pin-tumbler    lock.      No.    1,417.132  ;    May    23. 

Barker,  George  R.,  Joliet,  assignor  to  W.  E.  Pratt,  Chi- 
cago, 111.  Automobile  and  carriage  jack.  No.  1,424,147  ; 
Aug.   1. 

Barker,  Gerald,  London,  England.  Universal  shaft  cou- 
pling.     No.   1,429,271  ;   Sept.    19. 

Barker,  James,  Philadelphia,  assignor  to  M.  E.  Barker, 
Rydal,  Pa.  Making  piston  rings.  No.  1,404,6S2 : 
Jan.  24. 

Barker,  Mary  E.     (See  Barker,  James,  assignor.) 

Barker,  Perry  W.,  Youngstown,  Ohio.  Automatic  feeder 
for  presses.     No.  1,422,914;  July  18. 

Barker,  Wendell  A.,  deceased,  by  R.  B.  Ferreby,  adminis- 
trator, Elkhart,  Ind.     Chuck.     No.  1,429,395  ;  Sept.  19. 

Barker,  Wendell  A.,  deceased,  by  R.  B.  Ferreby,  adminis- 
trator, Elkhart,  Ind.      Chuck.     No.  1,429,396  ;  Sept.  19. 

Barker,  William  R.     (See  Raber,  Harry  C.  assignor.) 

Barkley,  Charles  E.,  Fort  William,  Ontario,  Canada. 
Play  and  ornamental  ball.     No.  1,438,573  ;  Dec.  12. 

Barkmann,  Henry,  and  A.  Kutscha,  Chicago,  111.  Auto- 
truck.    No.   1,409,916  ;   Mar.  21. 

Barkmann,  Henry,  and  A.  Kutscha,  Chicago,  111.  Truck. 
No.  1,436,428  ;  Nov.  21. 

Barks,  Frank  S.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Dust  guard  for  journal 
■boxes.     No.  1,406,816;  Feb.  14. 

Barkschat,  Henry.  .    (See  Gorrell,  W.  R.,  and  Barkschat.) 

Barkschat,  Henry,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Drum  or  mold 
clamp.    No.  1,431,089  ;  Oct.  3. 

Barkschat,  Henry,  assignor  of  one-half  to  E.  B.  Blinn, 
Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Lantern  construction.  No. 
1,421,058;  June  27. 

Barksdale,  George  R.,  Stratford,  Ontario,  Canada.  Disk- 
grinder  attachment.     No.  1,419,535:  June  13. 

Barksdale,  George  R..  Greenwood,  S.  C.  Fluid-dispensing 
device.     No.  1,434,982  ;  Nov.  7. 

Barling,  Walter  II.,  Hasbrouek  Heights,  N.  J.  Spar.  No. 
1,405,889  ;  Feb.  7. 

Barling,  Walter  H.,  Hasbrouek  Heights,  N.  .T.  Aerofoil 
arrangement  for  aircraft.     No.  1.405.S90  ;  Feb.  7. 

Barlow,  Ernest,  Foleshill,  Coventry,  England.  Combined 
depth  and  angle  gauge.     No.  1,429,999  ;  Sept.  26. 

Barlow,  Herndon  0..  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Automatic 
surf-brenlring  apparatus.     No.   1,423.640;  July  25. 


UNITED    STATES    PATENT    OFFICE,    1922. 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


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Barlow,  Peter,  Rochester,  Minn.  Snow  skate.  No. 
1,428, G7G  ;   Sept.  12. 

Barman,  Louis  M.,  Holborn,  London,  assignor  to  Roneo 
Limited,  London,  England.  Inking  device  or  attach- 
ment more  particularly  for  use  with  addressing  ma- 
chines.    No.  1,411,308  ;  Apr.  4. 

Barna,  Herman.     (See  Scherer,  Robert,  assignor.') 

Barnabv.  Charles  W.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Typewriter.  No. 
1,428.130;   Sept.   5. 

Barnard,  Enoch  A.  (See  Wilkinson,  J.  R.,  Barnard,  and 
Booth.) 

Barnard,   Samuel  G.      (See  Dotzer,  H.,  and  Barnard.) 

Barnard,  William  G.,  Somerville,  Mass.  Endless  belt.  No. 
1,411,002;  Apr.  4. 

Barnard,  Wirt  R.,  Belleville,  Kans.  Combined  animal  op- 
erating table  and  scale.     No.  1,404,173  ;  Jan.  17. 

Barnrtt,  Harvey  P.,  Denver,  Colo.  Cherry  pitter.  No. 
1.432,012  ;   Oct.   17. 

Barner,  John  S.,  Colver,  Pa.  Engine.  No.  1,406,330; 
Feb.  14. 

Barnes,  Albert  J.     (See  Boyd,  F.  C.,  and  Barnes.) 

Barnes,  Arthur  T.,  assignor  to  E.  R.  Parks,  Covington,  Ky. 
Sign  gate.     No.  1,412,769;  Apr.  11. 

Barnes,  Charles,  and  A.  A.  Miller,  Boone,  Iowa.  Carrying 
device.     No.  1,412,035  ;  Apr.  11. 

Barnes,  Charles  O.,  Hagerstown,  Md.  Mail-distributing 
apparatus.     No.   1,410,446  ;   Mar.   21. 

Barnes.  Clarence  E.,  Warren,  Ohio.  Gas  governor.  No. 
1.406,817;  Feb.  14. 

Barnes,  Edwin,  Sheffield,  England.  Spring.  No.  1,419,005  ; 
June    6. 

Barnes,  Elvis  L.,  Oklahoma,  Okla.  Machine  for  loading 
cotton  bales  in  cars.     No.  1,404.335  ;  Jan.  24. 

Barnes,  Gaylord  V..  Alameda,  Calif.  Seat  construction. 
No.    1,439.210;    Dec.    19. 

Barnes,  Harry  F.,  Orange,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  American 
Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.  Brake  for  rolling 
ladders.     No.  1.431,921;   Oct.  17. 

Barnes.  John  L.,  Whigville,  Ohio.  Derrick.  No. 
1.428,314  ;   Sept.   5. 

Barnes,  Orange  P.,  Long  Beach,  Calif.  Cooler  and  water 
filter.      No.    1,432,522  ;   Oct.   17. 

Barnes  Scale  Company.      (See  King,  Bert  W.,   assignor.) 

Barnett,  Augusta,  and  M.  I.  Sternberg,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
Waterproof  covering  for  hats.     No.   1.418,354;   June  6. 

Barnett.  Jacob  II..  New  York,  N.  Y.  Trousers.  No. 
1,411,149  ;   Mar.   2S. 

Barnett,  James.     (See  Craib.  F..  and  Barnett.  i 

Barnett,  Morrisson  J.,  assignor  to  F.  Mayer.  San  Fran- 
cisco, Calif.     Automobile  signal.    No.  1.432,826  ;  Oct.  24. 

Barnett,  Ralph  L.,  Langeloth,  Pa.  Lubricating  device. 
No.    1.424,974  ;    Aug.    S.  „*.,.„ 

Barnett.  Samuel,  and  Sons,  Limited.  (See  Dakm,  Her- 
bert E.,  assignor.) 

Barnett  &  Wilson  Investment  Company.  (See  Price, 
Stephen  C,  assignor.) 

Barnette,  Dudley  P.,  jr.,  Baltimore,  Md.  Lithographic 
solution  and  treating  lithographic  plates.  No. 
1,433,111  :    Oct.    24. 

Barney,  Edwin  E.     (See  Barr,  J.  H.,  and  Barney.) 

Barney,  Edwin  E.,  New  Rochelle,  assignor  to  Remington 
Typewriter  Company,  Ilion,  N.  Y.  Typewriting  machine. 
No.  1,411,603  ;  Apr.  4. 

Barney.  Edwin  E.,  New  Rochelle,  assignor  to  Remington 
Typewriter  Company,  Ilion,  N.  Y.  Typewriting  machine. 
No.  1,411,004;  Apr.  4. 

Barney,  Edwin  E.,  New  Rochelle.  assignor  to  Remington 
Typewriter  Company,  Ilion,  N.  Y.  Typewriting  ma- 
chine.   No.  1,425,825  ;  Aug.  15. 

Barney,  Edwin  E.,  New  Rochelle,  assignor  to  Remington 
Typewriter  Company,  Illion.  N.  Y.  Typewriting  ma- 
chine.    No.  1.431,558  ;  Oct.  10. 

Barney,  Edwin  E.,  Newark.  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Remington 
Typewriter  Company,  Ilion.  N.  Y.  Typewriting  ma- 
chine.    No.  1,414.166;  Apr.  25. 

Barney.  Edwin  E..  Newark,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Remington 
Typewriter  Company,  Ilion,  N.  Y.  Typewriting  ma- 
chine.    No.   1.430.208;   Sept.   26. 

Barney,  Fred  I-L,  Fort  Worth.  Tex.,  and  D.  S.  Bowers, 
Tulsa,  Okla.  Safety  combination  connection  clamp. 
No.   1,425,164  ;   Aug.   S. 

Barney,  Michael  T.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Tire  mold.  No. 
1,429.831  :   Sepr.    19. 

Barney.  Philip,  Dollai'd,  Manitoba,  Canada.  Animal  poke 
No.   1,423,706  ;  July  25. 

Barney,  PhiMp,  Dollard.  Manitoba,  Canada.  Hoisting 
drum.     No.  1,436,375  :  Nov.  21. 

Barnhart.  George  II.,  Ouray,  Colo.  Map  file.  No. 
1,416.661  :  May  16. 

Barnhart,  John  W.,  Columbus,  Ohio.  Figure  wheeled  toy. 
No.    1,424,437;   Aug.   1. 

Barnickel,  William  S.,  St.  Louis.  Mo.  Apparatus  for 
treating  natural  emulsions  of  petroleum.  No.  1.42S.204  ; 
Sept.  5. 

Barnitz,  Richard  II.,  Washington,  D.  C.  Mail-bag  catcher. 
No.     1.416,932  ;    May     23. 

Barns,  James  F.,  New  Hampshire,  Ohio.  Corn  hook.  No. 
1.403.002  ;  Jan.  10. 

Barnsdale,  John  G.,  Superior,  Wis.  Method  and  means 
for  applying  motive  power  to  vehicles.  No.  1,413.955; 
Apr.  25. 

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Barnstead,  Sidney  G.,  Cambridge,  Mass.  Condenser. 
No.  1,411,150  ;  Mar.  28. 

Barnum,    Starr   H.      (See   Curry,   M.,   and   Barnum.) 

Barnum,  William  T.,  Chicago,  111.  Portable  lamp.  No. 
1,412,036  ;  Apr.  11. 

Barnwell,  Harry  T.,  assignor  to  The  Newell  Mfg.  Co.,  Inc., 
Ogdensburg,  N.  Y.  Curtain-rod  bracket..  No.  1,405,891  ; 
Feb.  7. 

Baron,  Henry,  Mayenne,  France.  Jack.  No.  1,430,144 ; 
Sept.  26. 

Baron,  Max  D.,  New  York,  assignor  to  Witteman  Brothers, 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Making  paper  containers.  No. 
1,413,251 ;  Apr.  18. 

Barr,  Archibald,  and  W.  Stroud,  Anniesland,  Glasgow,  as- 
signors to  Barr  and  Stroud,  Limited,  Glasgow,  Scotland. 
Instrument  for  use  in  testing  torpedoes.  No.  1,404,422  ; 
Jan.  24. 

Barr,  Archibald,  and  W.  Stroud,  assignors  to  Barr  and 
Stroud,  Limited,  Anniesland,  Glasgow,  Scotland.  Range 
finder  and  like  instrument  for  use  on  shipboard.  No. 
1,425,742  ;  Aug.  15. 

Barr,  Clifford  A.,  Lincoln,  Nebr.  Concrete  mold.  No. 
1,408,246;  Feb.  28. 

Barr,  Edwin  L.     (See  Porter,  Burton  C,  assignor.) 

Barr,   John   H.      (See   Jones,  T.   D.,   and   Barr.) 

Barr,  John  IL,  New  York,  assignor  to  Remington  Type- 
writer Company,  Ilion,  N.  Y.  Typewriting  machine.  No. 
1,407,509  ;  Feb.  21. 

Barr,  John  IL,  New  York,  assignor  to  Remington  Type- 
writer Company,  Ilion,  N.  Y.  Typewriting  machine. 
No.  1,413,312  ;  Apr.  18. 

Barr,  John  I-L,  New  York,  assignor  to  Remington  Type- 
writer Company,  Ilion,  N.  Y.  Typewriting  machine. 
No.  1,414,167  ;  Apr.  25. 

Barr,  John  H-,  New  York,  assignor  to  Remington  Type- 
writer Company,  Ilion,  N.  Y.  Typewriting  machine. 
No.    1.418.901  ;    June    6. 

Barr,  John  IL,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  and  E.  E.  Barney, 
Newark,  N.  J.,  assignors  to  Remington  Typewriter 
Company,  Ilion,  N.  Y.  Typewriting  machine.  No. 
1,433,112;   Oct.  24. 

Barr,  John  W.     (See  Kaucher.  R.  W.,  and  Barr.) 

Barr,  Lester  S.,  Washington,  D.  C.  Typewriting  machine. 
No.   1,434,422  ;   Nov.  7. 

Barr,  Louis  E.,  Pittsburgh.  Pa.  Insulated  rail  joint.  No. 
1.436,468  ;  Nov.  21. 

Barr,   Mary,  executrix.      (See  Jones   T.  D.,   and  Barr.) 

Barr,  N.  Rogers,  et  al.,  trustees.  (See  Kluefer,  Guy  L., 
assignor.) 

Barr,  Samuel  C,  Chillicothe,  Ohio.  Arending  machine. 
No.  1,416,159  ;   May  16. 

Barr,  Stevenson  E.,  Tacoma,  Wash.  Combined  thimble 
and  stovepipe  holder.     No.  1,421,359  ;  July  4. 

Barr  and  Stroud,  Limited.  (See  Barr,  A.,  and  Stroud,  as- 
signors.) 

Barraclough,  Abraham,  Gallup,  N.  Mex.  Handbrake  for 
railway  cars.     No.   1,436,636  ;  Nov.  28. 

Barraco,  Paul  J.     (See  Humason,  G.  A.,  and  Bnrraco.) 

Barrance,  Charles,  assignor  of  one-half  to  T.  Dobson, 
Leek,  England.     Steam  pump.     No.  1.437,704  ;  Dec.  5. 

Barratt,  Haentjens  &  Company.  (See  Haentjens,  Otto, 
assignor,  i 

Barratt,  William  G.,  Stoke-on-Trent.  England.  Teapot 
and  coffeepot.     No.  1.416.321  ;  May  16. 

Barratt.  William  T.,  Bennington,  Vt.,  assignor  to  C.  S. 
Kehoe,  A.  Cooper,  and  A.  J.  Cooper,  executors  of  C. 
Cooper,  deceased.  Sinker  wheel  for  knitting  machines. 
No.   1,435,196;  Nov.   14. 

Barrell  Holding  and  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Ratz- 
burg,  Victor  P..  assignor.)     (Reissue.) 

Barrett,  Arthur  M.     (See  Childress,  William,  assignor. 1 

Barrett,  Arthur  M.,  Winnetka,  111.  Truck.  No.  1,416,674  ; 
May    23. 

Barrett,  Arthur  M.,  Winnetka,  111.  Truck.  No.  1,416,67b  - 
May    23. 

Barrett,  Arthur  M.,  Winnetka,  111.  Lifting  truck.  No. 
1,428,522  ;  Sept.  12. 

Barrett,  Arthur  M.,  Winnetka,  W.  Childress,  Oak  Park,  and 
F.  Trott.  Harvey,  HI.,  assignors  to  said  Barrett.  Lift- 
ing truck.     No.  1,428,523  ;  Sept.  12. 

Barrett,  Charles  D.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Spring-recoil  ab- 
sorber for  automobiles.     No.  1,404,423  ;  Jan.  24. 

Barrett,  Charles  G..  Brookline,  Mass.,  assignor  to  Worth- 
ington  Pump  and  Machinery  Corporation,  New  York, 
N.  Y.  Internal-combustion  engine.  No.  1,415,858 ; 
May  16 

Barrett,  Charles  S.,  Denver,  Colo.  Aeroplane.  No. 
1,402,205  ;  Jan.  3. 

Barrett  Company,  The.  (See  Bailey,  G.  C,  and  Craver, 
assignors.) 

Barrett  Company,  The.  (See  Bailey,  G.  C,  Fischer,  and 
Schulze,  assignors.) 

Barrett  Company,  The.  (See  Binkley,  Kenneth  L.,  as- 
signor.) 

Barrett  Company,  The.     (See  Dodge,  Frank  E.,  assignor.) 

Barrett  C.ompany,  The.     (See  Gould,  David  F.,  assignor.) 

Barrett  Company,  The.     (See  Miller,  Stuart  P.,  assignor.) 

Barrett  Company,  The.  (See  Murphy,  W.  B.,  and  Dun- 
ning, assignors.) 

Barrett  Company,  The.     (See  Perry,  Ray  P.,  assignor.) 

Barrett  Company,  The.     (See  Phillips,  Ralph  O.,  assignor.) 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 

Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Barrett  Company,  The.  (See  Reeve,  Charles  S.,  as- 
signor.) 

Barrett  Company,  The.  (See  Rhodes,  F.  H.,  and  Rob- 
erts, assignors.) 

Barrett  Company,  The.  (See  Schulze,  John  F.  W.,  as- 
signor.) 

Barrett  Company,  The.  (See  Snyder,  Edward  B.,  as- 
signor.)     (Reissue.) 

Barrett  Company,  The.  (See  Swenson,  George  E.,  as- 
signor.) 

Barrett  Company,  The.  (See  Weisberg,  L.,  and  Potter, 
assignors.) 

Barrett  Company,  The.      (See  Weisberg,  Louis,  assignor.) 

Barrett  Company,  The.      (See  Weiss,  John  M.,  assignor.) 

Barrett  Company,  The.  (See  Williams,  Arthur  G.,  as- 
signor.) 

Barrett,  Ernest  D.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Primer  for  gasoline 
engines.     No.   1,410,641  ;  Mar.  28. 

Barrett,  George  L.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Repairing  scored  cylin- 
der walls.    No.  1,404,001  ;  Jan.  17. 

Barrett,  Hiram  A.,  Knoxville,  111.  Tank  heater.  No. 
1,408,080  ;  Mar.  7. 

Barrett,  Hiram  A.,  Knoxville,  111.  Tank  heater.  No. 
1,408,681 ;  Mar.  7. 

Barrett.  Hiram  A.,  Knoxville,  111.  Tank  heater.  No, 
1,408,082;  Mar.  7. 

Barrett,   Hollis  J.,   La   Grange,   III.     Chair  or   seat.     No. 

1.419.006  ;   June   6. 

Barrett,  Kenneth  T.,  Pittsfield,  Mass     Clothesrack.     No. 

1.419.007  ;  June  6. 

Barrett,  Leo  M.     (See  Willis,  Charles,  assignor.) 

Barrett,  Thomas,  assignor  of  one-twentieth  to  W.  M. 
Murphy,  Pasadena,  Calif.  Airship.  No.  1,427,998; 
Sept.  5. 

Barrett,  Thomas  P.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Game.  No.  1,408,065  ; 
Feb.  28. 

Barrett,  William  J.,  Bridgeport,  Conn.  Deflection  indica- 
tor.    No.  1,427,773  ;   Sept.  6. 

Barrier,  Ralph  W.,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Laundry  assorting 
apparatus.     No.  1.405,964  ;  Feb.  7. 

Barrier,  Ralph  W.,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Laundry,  bundling, 
packing,  and  wrapping  device.     No.  1.416.160  ;  May  16. 

Barringer,  Lawrence  E.,  Schenectady,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to 
General  Electric  Company.  Cementing  and  protecting 
composition.     No.  1,423.985  ;  July  25. 

Barringer,  Lawrence  E.,  Schenectady,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to 
General  Electric  Company.  Molded  material  and  prepa- 
ration.    No.   1,439,991  ;   Dec.   26. 

Barron,  Andrew  J.,  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  assignor  to  The  Cin- 
cinnati Horse  Shoe  &  Iron  Company.  Spring  suspension 
for  automobiles.     No.  1,432,231  ;  Oct.  17. 

Barron,  Garratt.     (See  Garratt,  S.,  Barron,  and  Garratt.) 

Barron,  Grover  C,  Gainesville,  Ga.  Dishwashing  ma- 
chine.    No.  1,438,680  ;  Dec.  12. 

Barron,  Langdon  S.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  B.  Richter, 
St.   Louis,   Mo.      Shoe   heel.     No.   1,424,975  ;   Aug.   8. 

Barron,  Neil  M.,  New  Beckenham,  England.  Sand  filter. 
No.   1,411,201  ;  Mar.  28. 

Barron,  William  L.,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  The 
Singer  Manufacturing  Company.  Button-sewing  ma- 
chine.    No.  1,405,477  ;  Feb.  7. 

Barron,  William  L.,  Newark,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  The  Singer 
Manufacturing  Company.  Button  clamp  for  sewing 
machines.     No.  1,415,426  ;  Mav  9. 

Barron,  William  L.,  Newark,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  The 
Singer  Manufacturing  Company.  Button-sewing  ma- 
chine.    No.   1,429,919  ;   Sept.  26. 

Barrow,  John  C.  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Hand  warmer.  No. 
1.429,397;   Sept.  19. 

Barrow,  Thaddeus  J.,  Riverside,  Calif.  Street-car  truck. 
No.  1,412,383;  Apr.  11. 

Barrow,  Thaddeus  J.,  Riverside,  Calif.  Under-tree  plow. 
No.  1,419,102;  June  6. 

Barrows,  Allan  S.,  Chicago,  111.  Fire  door  or  shutter. 
No.  1,421,146;  June  27. 

Barrows,  Donald  S.,  Rochester,  N.  Y.  Furnace.  No. 
1,416,438  ;   May   16.' 

Barrows,  Donald  S.,  Rochester,  N.  Y.  Wind  bung  for  melt- 
ing furnaces.     No'.   1.416,439;   May  16. 

Barrows,  Donald  S.,  Rochester,  assignor  to  The  T.  H. 
Symington  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Cheek  plate. 
No.  1,407,978  ;  Feb.  28. 

Barrows,  Donald  S.,  Rochester,  assignor  to  The  T.  H. 
Symington  Company.  New  York,  N.  Y.  Draft  rigging. 
No.  1.431,717;  Oct.  10. 

Barrows,  Evander  J.,  Fort  Wayne,  Ind.  Sterilizer.  No. 
1,437,882;  Dec.  5. 

Barrows,  George  S.,  assignor  to  General  Fire  Extin- 
guisher Company,  Providence,  R.  I.  Hydrocarbon 
heater.     No.  1,408,433  ;  Mar.  7. 

Barrows,  George  S.,  assignor  to  General  Fire  Extinguisher 
Company,  Providence,  R.  I.  Gas  mixer.  No.  1,437.883  ; 
Dec.  5. 

Barrows,  Harry  E..  assignor  to  Dillingham  Manufactur- 
ing Company,  Sheboygan,  Wis.  Folding  chair.  No. 
1,423,594  ;   July   25. 

Barrows,  Leon  D..  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  American 
Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.  Intercommunicat- 
ing system.     No.'  1,410.545  :  Mar.  28. 

Barrows,  Nathaniel  H.     (See  Susi,  D.  M.,  and  Barrows.) 

Barrows,  Walter  A.,  Belvidere,  111.  Truss.  No. 
1,408,683  ;  Mar.  7. 

Barry.  Charles  A..  Detroit,  Mich.  Stud  driver.  No. 
1,425,359;  Aug.  8. 


Barry  Company.     (See  Barry,  Thomas  F.,  assignor.) 

Barry,  David,  et  al.      (See  Haws,  William   H.,  assignor.) 

Barry  Drum  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Barry,  Wil- 
liam A.,  assignor.) 

Barry,  Elizabeth,  Portland,  Oreg.  Doll.  No.  1,428,077  ; 
Sept.  12. 

Barry,  Gerald  G.,  Chicago,  111.  Cushion  wheel.  No. 
1,404,424;  Jan.  24. 

Barry,  Gerald  G.,  Chicago,  111.  Wheel.  No.  1,422,167  ; 
July  11. 

Barry,  Gerald  G.,  Chicago,  111.  Metal  wheel.  No.  1,422,168  ; 
July  11. 

Barry,  Gerald  G.,  Chicago,  111.  Rim  for  vehicle  tires.  No. 
1,425,826  ;  Aug.  15. 

Barry,  Gerald  G.,  Chicago,  111.  Vehicle  wheel.  No. 
1,432,048  ;    Oct.    17. 

Barry,  James,  Grafton,  assignor  of  one-half  to  H.  Weller, 
Fresno,   Calif.     Railway  tie.     No.   1,435,273 ;   Nov.   14. 

Barry,  James  J.,  assignor  to  L.  Pickert  Fish  Company, 
East  Boston,  Mass.  Machine  for  separating  flesh  from 
the  skin  and  bones  of  fish.     No.  1,415,296  ;  May  9. 

Barry,  James  T.,  Chicago,  111.  Pipe  or  conduit  hanger. 
No.   1,416,679 ;   May   23. 

Barry,  John  E.     (See  Le  Merle,  F.  G.,  TJllman,  and  Barry.) 

Barry,  Lester  A.,  Kemmerer,  Wyo.  Cleaning  and  lubri- 
cating device  for  commutators.     No.  1,412,647  ;  Apr.  11. 

Barry,  Philip  D.,  Miami,  Ariz.  Oil  trap  and  heating  de- 
vice.    No.  1,428,205  ;  Sept.  5. 

Barry,  Redmond  F.,  Republic,  Wash.  Saw  glimmer.  No. 
1,419,103  ;  June  6. 

Barry,  Thomas  F.,  assignor  to  Barry  Company,  Muscatine, 
Iowa.  Split  loose  pulley  bushing.  No.  1,421,377 ; 
July  4. 

Barry,  William  A.,  Oklahoma,  Okla.  Safety  razor.  No. 
1.409,917  ;  Mar.  21. 

Barry,  William  A.,  assignor  to  Barry  Drum  Manufactur- 
.  ing  Company,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Tambourine.  No. 
1,434,278;    Oct.    31. 

Barsch,  Wilhelm,  Lucerne,  Switzerland.  Artificial  bait. 
No.   1,427,147  ;   Aug.  29. 

Barshatsky,  Isidore,  Roxbury,  Mass.  Shoe.  No.  1,413,888  ; 
Apr.  25. 

Barshatsky,  Isidore,  Roxbury,  Mass.  Metallic  heel  for 
shoes.     No.  1,413,889  ;  Apr.  25. 

Barson,  Harry  W.,  assignor  to  Ode  D.  Jennings,  Chicago, 
111.    Coin-selecting  device.    No.  1,403,933  ;  Jan.  17. 

Barstow,  Welch,  assignor  to  T.  F.  Ryan,  Spokane,  Wash. 
Method  and  combustion  apparatus.  No.  1,436,076 ; 
Nov.  21. 

Barszczewski,  Maryan  B.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Demountable 
rim.     No.   1,416,440  ;  May  16. 

Barta,  Otto,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Sterilizer  for  instruments 
and  dressings.    No.  1,421,893  ;  July  4. 

Bartell,  William  L.,  deceased.  Portland,  Oreg.,  by  Mrs. 
I.  Cook,  administratrix,  Willamette,  Oreg.  Under- 
cutter.      No.    1,420,234 ;   June    20. 

Bartels,  John  IL,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Steam  condenser.  No. 
1,420,402  ;  June  20. 

Bartelt,  Arthur  H.,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Wrench.  No. 
1,406,331  ;  Feb.  14. 

Bartelt,  Friedrich  L.,  Corston  Lodge,  near  Bristol,  Eng- 
land. Apparatus  for  washing  and  treating  fibers,  yarns, 
fabrics,  and  the  like.     No.  1,409,271 ;  Mar.  14. 

Bartelt,  Walter  C,  Thiensville,  Wis.  Building  block  and 
wall   construction.     No.    1,422,814 ;   July    18. 

Bartenstein,  John  J.,  Cleveland,  Ohio,  assignor  to  The 
Fairmount  Tool  and  Forging  Company.  Adjustable 
spanner  wrench.     No.   1,417,792  ;  May  30. 

Bartezki,  Emil  A.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Dog-operating  device. 
No.   1,439,992  ;   Dec.  26. 

Barth,  Curt,  Hamburg,  Germany.  Machine-cutting  spur 
and  helical  wheels.     No.  1,429.398  ;  Sept.  19. 

Barth,  Karl,  assignor  to  Fried.  Krupp  Aktiengesellschaft, 
Essen-on-the-Ruhr,  Germany.  Self-unloading  car.  No. 
1,408,334  ;    Feb.    28. 

Barth,  Karl,  Essen,  assignor  to  Fried.  Krupp  Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Essen-on-the-Ruhr,  Germany.  Self-discharging 
car.     No.   1,410,154  ;  Mar.  21. 

Barth,  Karl,  Essen,  assignor  to  Fried.  Krupp  Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Essen-on-the-Ruhr,  Germany.  Self-discharging 
car.     No.  1,421,378  ;  July  4. 

Barth,  Karl.  Essen,  assignor  to  Fried.  Krupp  Aktien- 
gesellschaft, Essen-on-the-Ruhr,  Germany.  Self-dfe- 
charging  car.     No.  1.428.131 ;  Sept.  5.. 

Bartha.  Julius,  and  A.  E.  Glassmann.  New  York,  assignors 
to  Gliissmann-Bartha  Welding  Corp.,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
Propeller.      No.   1.417,486  ;   May   30. 

Barthel,  Oliver  E.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Monorail  truck.  No. 
1.432.655  :   Oct.   17. 

Bartholdy,  Max,  Karlskoga,  Sweden,  assignor  to  Fried. 
Krupp  Aktiengesellschaft,  Essen-on-the-Ruhr,  Germanv. 
Surface  gauge.     No.  1,404,425  ;  Jan.  24. 

Bartholdy,  Max,  Karlskoga,  Sweden,  assignor  to  Fried. 
Krupp  Aktiengesellschaft.  Essen-on-the-Ruhr,  Germany. 
Hole  gauge.     No.  1,420.951  ;  June  27. 

Bartholdy.  Max,  Essen,  assignor  to  Fried.  Krupp  Aktien- 
gesellschaft, Essen-on-the-Ruhr.  Germany.  Tiidicating- 
lever-limit  gauge.     No.  1.422,169;  July  11. 

Bartholdy.  Max,  Essen,  assignor  to  Fried.  Krupp  Aktien- 
gesellschaft, Essen-on-the-Ruhr,  Germany.  Measuring 
instrument.     No.  1,425,438;  Aug.  8. 

Bartholdy,  Max,  Essen.  Germany,  assignor  to  Fried. 
Krupp  Aktiengesellschaft,  Essen-on-the-Ruhr,  Germany. 
Inside  gauge.     No.  1.429,556;  Sept.  19. 


UNITED    STATES    PATENT    OFFICE,    1922. 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


35 


BartholomUus,  Rudolf,  Berlin,  Germany.  Means  for  drill- 
ing  polygonal    holes.      No.    1,423,072 ;    July    18. 

Bartholome,  Charles  L.,  Terre  Haute,  Ind.  Clamping 
device  for  clotheslines.     No.  1,425,313  ;  Aug.  8. 

Bartholomew,  Ralph,  Avon,  N.  Y.  Stretcher  cot  for  auto- 
mobiles.    No.  1,413,800  ;  Apr.  25. 

Bartholomew,  William.  (See  Kamper,  L.  H.,  Adland,  and 
Bartholomew.) 

Bartholomew,  William,  assignor  to  Troy  Laundry  Ma- 
chinery Co.  Ltd.,  Chicago,  111.  Centrifugal  machine. 
No.  1,425,628  ;  Aug.  15. 

Bartholomew,  William,  assignor  to  Troy  Laundry  Ma- 
chinery Company,  Ltd.,  Chicago,  111.  Gear  mechanism 
for  laundry  machines.     No.  1.430,209  ;  Sept.  26. 

Bartholomew,  William,  assignor  to  Troy  Laundry  Ma- 
chinery Co.,  Ltd.,  Chicago,  111.  Lubricating  mount- 
ing for  centrifugal  machines.     No.   1,432,095  ;  Oct.   17. 

Bartholomew,  William,  assignor  to  Troy  Laundry  Ma- 
chinery Company,  Ltd.,  Chicago,  111.  Lubricator  for 
step  bearings  for  extractors.     No.  1,437,486;  Dec.  5. 

Bartholomew,  William,  and  G.  Simons,  assignors  to  Troy 
Laundry  Machine  Co.,  Ltd.,  Chicago,  111.  Cylinder 
washing  machine.     No.  1,437,038  ;  Nov.  28. 

Bartle,  George,  S.  Glickman,  and  L.  Jacovitz,  New  York, 
N.  Y.     Fountain  pen.     No.  1,427,711 ;  Aug.  29. 

Bartlebaugh,  Benjamin  C,  Wheeling,  W.  Va.  Gas  heater. 
No.  1,403,730  ;  Jan.  17. 

Bartlebaugh,  Benjamin  C,  Wheeling,  W.  Va.  Convertible 
chair.     No.  1,415,767  ;  May  9. 

Bartleson,  Thomas  L.,  assignor  to  E.  I.  du  Pont  de 
Nemours  &  Company,  Wilmington,  Del.  Making  phos- 
phorous oxychloride.     No.  1,424,193 ;   Aug.    1. 

Bartlett,  Charles  A.,  and  D.  W.  Schoenthal,  McMinnville, 
Oreg.     Caster.     No.  1,435,371 ;  Nov.  14. 

Bartlett,  Frank  W.  (See  Cunningham,  C.  A.,  Christensen, 
and  Bartlett.) 

Bartlett,  Harry  D..  Chicago,  111.  Coal-handling  device. 
No.    1,423.986;   July   25. 

Bartlett  Hay  ward  Company,  The.  (See  Walker,  Thatcher 
W.,  assignor.) 

Bartlett,  Henry  B.,  assignor  to  B.  F.  Perkins  &  Son,  Inc., 
Holyoke,  Mass.  Weighing  mechanism.  No.  1,415,915  ; 
May  16. 

Bartlett,  Kent  W.,  Hammond,  Ind.  Mixing  apparatus. 
No.   1,428,315 ;    Sept.  5. 

Bartlett,  Leonard,  assignor  to  Reliance  Machine  &  Spe- 
cialty Co.,  Boston,  Mass.  Rear  automobile  signal.  No. 
1,402,828;  Jan.  10. 

Bartlett,  Samuel  O.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Calendar.  No. 
1,421,379  ;  July  4. 

Bartlett,  William  D..  and  S.  Marquis,  assignors  of  one- 
fourth  to  C.  E.  Thompson  and  one-fourth  to  J.  A.  Krider, 
Cleveland.  Ohio.    Pump.    No.  1,402,719  ;  Jan.  3. 

Barllett.  William  D.,  and  S.  Marquis,  assignors  of  one- 
fourth  to  C.  E.  Thompson  and  one-fourth  to  J.  A.  Krider, 
Cleveland,  Ohio.    No.  1,402,720  ;  Jan.  3. 

Bartol,  George  E..  jr.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  assignor  to  C. 
Howard  Hunt  Pen  Company,  Camden,  N.  J.  Manu- 
facturing pens  with  angular  nibs.  No.  1,437,631 ; 
Dec.  5. 

Bartoli,  Joe  J.,  Stockton,  Calif.  Emergency  fuel,  oil, 
and  water  attachment  for  motor  vehicles.  No. 
1,405,089  ;  Jan.  31. 

Bartolowsky,  Jerome,  Oakland,  Calif.  Musical  toy.  No. 
1,417,019:    May    23. 

Barton,  Archilles  A.,  Glendale,  Calif.  Bucket  for  deep- 
well   pumps.     No.   1,430.145;   Sept.   26. 

Barton,  Archilles  A.,  Glendale,  Calif.  Pump.  No. 
1.435,793  ;    Nov.    14. 

Barton,  Charles  N.,  assignor  of  one-third  to  W.  Peek  and 
one-third  to  J.  W.  Langley,  Indianapolis.  Ind.  Sec- 
tional machinery  repair  washer.   No.  1,418.052  ;  May  30. 

Barton,  Edward  D.,  Canon  City,  Colo.  Rope  or  strap 
fastener.     No.   1,426,535  ;  Aug.  22. 

Barton,  Edward  IT.,  Sprague,  Wash.  Corn  popper.  No. 
1.402,135  ;  Jan.  3. 

Barton,  Ernest  L.,  Chester.  S.  C.  Fireback.  No.  1,431,209  ; 
Oct.   10. 

Barton,  Francis  M.,  assignor  to  Barton  Spider-Web  Sys- 
tem, Chicago,  111.  Metallic  reenforcement  for  concrete 
structures.     No.  1,440,127;  Dec.  26. 

Barton,  Henry  L.,  Gary,  Ind.  Excavator.  No.  1,416,933  ; 
May    23. 

Barton,  John  W..  Flint,  Mich.  Pressure  valve.  No. 
1.414,323  ;  Apr.  25. 

Barton.  John  W..  Flint,  Mich.  Bench  tire  tool.  No. 
1.415,916  :  Miry  1(\. 

Barton,  Kirtland  C,  National  City,  111.  Machine  for  strip- 
ping oil  cakes.     No.  1,430,613  ;  Oct.  3. 

Barton,  Louis  E.,  Niagara  Falls.  N.  Y.,  assignor,  by  mesne 
assignments,  to  Titanium  Pigment  Company,  Inc.  Pro- 
ducing composite  titanic-oxide  products.  No.  1,409,648  ; 
Mar.  14. 

Barton,  Robert  W..  Chicago,  111.  Propeller-controlling 
mechanism.     No.  1.420,619  ;  June  27. 

Barton    Spider-Web    System.      (See   Barton,    Francis    M 
assignor.) 

Barton,  Thomas,  East  Orange,  N.  J.  Time  and  distance 
recording  device.     No.   1,404,683  ;  Jan.  24 

Barton,  Vincent,  Port  Angeles,  Wash.  Rod  cutter.  No. 
1.43S.S88;  Dec.  12. 

Barton.  Warren  D..  Waco,  Tex.  Ice-holding  device.  No 
1,410.238  ;  Mar.  21. 


Barton,  William  L.,  assignor  of  forty-five  per  cent  to  J.  L. 
Kerr,  Vancouver,  British  Columbia,  Canada.  Overhead- 
wire  transport  system.     No.  1,422,650  ;  July  11. 

Barton,  William  L.,  assignor  of  forty-five  per  cent  to  J.  L. 
Kerr,  Vancouver,  British  Columbia,  Canada.  Overhead 
track  line.     No.  1,425,827  ;  Aug.  15. 

Barton,  William  L.,  assignor  of  forty-five  per  cent  to  J.  L. 
Kerr,  Vancouver,  British  Columbia,  Canada.  Overhead 
carriage.     No.   1,433,926 ;   Oct.   31. 

Bartos,  Frank,  assignor  of  one-half  to  S.  C  Ashby,  Jr., 
Helena,  Mont.     Landing  net.     No.   1,416,543  ;   May   16. 

Bartosz,  Joseph  A.,  Salem,  Oreg.  Hammer.  No.  1,408,162  ; 
Feb.    28. 

Baruch,  Samuel,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Cooler  for  internal- 
combustion-engine  radiators.     No.  1,411,900  ;  Apr.  4. 

Baruch,  Samuel,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Box-strap  seal.  No. 
1,424,976;   Aug.   8. 

Baruch,  Sydney  N.,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Pulse  ampli- 
fier.    No.  1,403,384:  Jan.  10. 

Baruch,  Sydney  N„  San  Francisco.  Calif.  Apparatus  for 
producing  therapeutical  effects.    No.  1,425,743  ;  Aug.  15. 

Baruch,  Sydney  N.,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Electric-circuit- 
protecting  device.     No.  1,427,255  ;  Aug.  29. 

Barwell,  John  W.,  assignor  to  Blatchford  Calf  Meal  Com- 
pany, Waukegan,  111.  Food  product  and  making  same. 
No.  1,409,435  ;  Mar.  14. 

Barwell,  John  W.,  J.  Ward,  N.  Nelson,  J.  Hingher,  W.  E. 
Booth,  and  W.  L.  Blows,  assignors  to  Blatchford  Calf 
Meal  Company,  Waukegan,  111.  Feeding  apparatus. 
No.  1,418,267;  May  30. 

Barzen,  Richard  G.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Heat-controlling 
device.     No.  1,416,544  :  May  16. 

Baschy,  Heinrich,  Hamburg,  Germany.  Apparatus  for 
cleaning  metal  walls,  tubes,  floors,  and  the  like.  No. 
1,404,082  ;  Jan.  17. 

Bash,  Charles,  Brookline,  Mass.  Toilet-paper  holder.  No. 
1,420.403;   June   20. 

Bash  Oil  and  Refining  Company.  (See  Hoge.  Daniel  W., 
assignor.) 

Bash,  Roy  F.,  Findlay,  Ohio.  Water  and  oil  proof  hous- 
ing for  timer  wires.     No.  1,435,098  ;  Nov.  7. 

Bashara,  Samuel  F.,  Houston,  Tex.  Means  for  locking 
valves.     No.  1,421,059  ;  June  27. 

Basher,  Richard  T.,  Giroux  Lake,  Ontario,  Canada.  Can- 
piercing  tool.     No.   1,407,830;   Feb.   28. 

Bashioum,  Harrison  C.     (See  Gruber,  P.,  and  Bashloum.) 

Bashore,  Louis  L.  S.,  Marine  City,  Mich.  Chalk  holder. 
No.  1,427,712  ;  Aug.  29. 

Basic  Products  Corporation.  (See  Popper,  Isaac  C,  as- 
signor.) 

Basiie,   Robert.      (See   Waney,   Aloysius,   assignor.) 

Hasinger.  Perry.     (See  Wilson,  Samuel  J.,  assignor.) 

Baskin,  Edwin  T.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Laundry  device  No 
1,425,828  ;  Aug.  15. 

Basle,  Charles  L.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Gasoline  feed  for 
internal-combustion   engines.     No.   1,408,163 ;    Feb    28 

Basley,  Harvey  V.,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.  Safety  clasp.  No'. 
1,415,509  ;  May  9. 

Bason  George  F.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Portable  lamp.  No. 
1,403,378  ;   Jan.  10. 

Bass,  E.  &  J.,  Incorporated.  (See  Negbaur,  Harry,  as- 
signor.) 

Bass,  Earl  H.,  Derby,  Iowa.  Cleat  for  tractor  wheels. 
No.    1,417,020 ;    May   23. 

Bass,  G.  H.,  &  Company.  (See  Llewellyn,  Ernest  A., 
assignor.) 

Basset,  Lucien  P.,  Paris,   France.     Making  iron  or  steel. 

No.  1.419,801 ;  June  13. 
Basset,   Lucien   P.,    Paris,   France.       Direct    manufacture 

of  iron  and  steel.     No.   1,435,686  ;  Nov.  14. 
Rassett,   Alvin   J.      (See   Sharp,    J.   E.,   and   Bassett.) 
Bassett,  Ben  H.      (See  Warman,  Ora  J.,  assignor  i 
Bassett,  Bert  L.     (See  Abbott,  C.  C,  and  Bassett.) 
Bassett,   Bert  L.      (See  Abbott,   C.  C,  and  W.  E.,   B    L 

and   I.    L.    Bassett.) 
Bassett,  Harold  S.,  and  A.  J.  Tanner,  North  Haven,  Conn 

Holder  for  metal  tickets  and  the  like.     No.  1  411  252  ■ 

Apr.  4. 

Bassett^Jarry  P.,  Cynthiana,  Ky.  Bleaching  cotton.  No. 
1,402,040  :  Jan.  3. 

Bassett,  Harry  P.,  Cynthiana,  Ky.  Producing  alumina  and 
potash.    No.  1,404,083  ;  Jan.  17. 

Bassett,  Harry  P.,  Cynthiana,  Ky.  Production  of  magne- 
sia.    No.  1,405.388  :  Feb.  7. 

Bassett.  Harry  P.,  Cynthiana,  Ky.  Producing  alumina 
and  potash.     No.   1,410.642  ;  Mar.  28. 

Bassett,  Harry  P.,  Cynthiana.  Ky,  Separating  mixtures 
of  salts.     No.  1,436,228  ;  Nov.  21. 

Bassett,  Irvin  L.  (See  Abbott,  C.  C,  and  Bassett,  assign- 
ors.) 

Bassett.  Irvin  L.      (See  Abbott,  C.  C,  and  W.  E.,  B    L 

and  I.  L.   Bassett.) 
Bassett,  John,  G.  E.  D.  Seale,  and  G.  Davidson,  Hokitika 

New     Zealand.      Automobile    heater.      No.     1,434  423  • 

Nov.   7. 

Bassett,  Preston  R.,  assignor  to  The  Sperry  Gyroscope 
Company,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Glass  front  for  searchlights. 
No.  1,403,889  ;  Jan.  17. 

Bassett,  Preston  R.,  assignor  to  The  Sperry  Gyroscope 
Company.  Brooklyn.  N.  Y.  Concentrated  flaming  arc 
lamp  for  projectors.     No.  1,428,510  :  Sept.  5. 

Bassett,  Reuben  T.      (See  Crossley,  Albert  D„  assignor.) 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 

Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Bassett,  Robert  N.,  Company.  (See  Bradshaw,  Charles 
E.,  assignor.) 

Bassett,  Robert  N.,  Company.  (See  Caligan,  William  L., 
assignor.) 

Bassett,  Robert  S.,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.  Liquid  meter.  No. 
1,413,214;  Apr.  18. 

Bassett,  Walter  E.,  Muskegon,  Mich.  Mat-holding  device 
No.  1,411,469  ;  Apr.  4. 

Bassett,  Willard  E.     (See  Abbott,  C.  C,  and  Bassett.) 

Bassett,  Willard  E.  (See  Abbott, .  C.  C,  and  W.  E., 
B.  L.,  and  I.  L.  Bassett.) 

Bassette,  John  G.  (See  Hibbard,  R.  B.,  Watrous,  and 
Bassette.) 

Bassette,  John  G.,  assignor  to  Airdry  Corporation,  Groton, 
N.  Y.     Drying  machine.     No.  1,419,712  ;  June  13. 

Bassford,  George  W.,  et  al.  (See  Henry,  W.,  and  Bass- 
ford,    assignors.) 

Bassford,    Isaac.      (See    Henry,    W.,    and    Bassford.) 

Bassford,  William  K.,  Metuchen,  N.  J.  Safety  device  for 
oil  heaters  and  lamps.     No.   1,428,132  ;  Sept.  6. 

Bassick  Company,  The.  (See  Bassick,  Frederick  C,  as- 
signor.) 

Bassick  Company,  The.  (See  Claud-Mantle,  Arthur,  as- 
signor.) 

Bassick  Company,  The.      (See  Diss,  Albert  B.,  assignor.) 

Bassick  Company,  The.      (See  Diss,  Daniel  B.,  assignor.) 

Bassick  Company,  The.  (See  Herold,  Walter  F.,  as- 
signor.) 

Bassick  Company,  The.  (See  Moore,  Raymond  G.,  as- 
signor.) 

Bassick,  Frederick  C,  assignor  to  The  Bassick  Company, 
Bridgeport,  Conn.  Cabinet  latch.  No.  1,412,599 ; 
Aug.  11. 

Bassick  Manufacturing  Company,  The.  (See  Arthur  V. 
Gullborg,    assignor.) 

Bassick  Manufacturing  Company,  The.  (See  Fesler, 
Douglas  F.,  assignor.) 

Bassick  Manufacturing  Company,  The.  (See  Piquerez, 
Emile,   assignor.)       (Reissue.) 

Bastian,  Arthur  J.,  Edgewood  Park,  Pa.,  assignor  to 
Westinghouse  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company. 
Forming   laminated    rods.      No.    1,431,922 ;    Oct.    17. 

Bastian-Blessing  Company,  The.  (See  Bastian,  C.  L., 
and  Mathisen,  assignors.) 

Bastian,  Charles  L.,  Chicago,  111.  Fluid-pressure-regulat- 
ing  valve.     No.  1,408,923  ;  Mar.  7. 

Bastian,  Charles  L.,  Chicago,  111.  Fluid-pressure-regulat- 
ing valve.     No.  1,408,924  ;  Mar.  7. 

Bastian,  Charles  L.,  Chicago,  111.  Fluid-pressure-regulat- 
ing valve.     No.   1,408,925  ;   Mar.  7. 

Bastian,  Charles  L.,  Chicago,  111.  Fluid-pressure-regulat- 
ing valve.     No.   1,408,926  ;  Mar.  7. 

Bastian,  Charles  D.,  and  H.  Mathisen,  assignors  to  The 
Bastian-Blessing  Company,  Chicago,  111.  Dispensing 
valve.     No.  1,428,744  :  Sept.  12. 

Bastin,  L.  A.,  et  al.      (See  Hull,  Horace,  assignor.) 

Batchelder,  Asa  F.,  Schenectady,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  General 
Electric  Company.  Power  transmission  and  electric 
braking.     No.  1,421,894  ;  July  4. 

Batchelder,  Asa  F.,  Schenectady,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Gen- 
eral Electric  Company.  Resilient  wheel.  No.  1,423,299  ; 
July   18. 

Batchelor,  Charles  L.,  Portland,  Oreg.  Automobile  fender. 
No.  1,414,930  ;  May  2. 

Batchelor,  Charles  L.,  Portland,  Oreg.  Bed.  No. 
1,415,978  ;  May  16. 

Batchelor,  Harold,.  Jersey  City,  N.  J.  Locking  means  for 
nuts,  bolts,  and  the  like.     No.  1,423.746;  July  25. 

Batchelor,  Harold,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.,  assignor  of  one-half 
to  H.  C.  Abell,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Locking  device  for 
lubricating  cups.     No.  1,412.993  ;  Apr.  18. 

Batchelor,  Horton,  Boston,  Mass.  Desulphurizing  ores 
and  producing  a  combustible  gas.  No.  1,403,283 ; 
Jan.  10. 

Batdorf,  Charles  S.,  Brooklyn  N.  Y.  Machine  for  mak- 
ing paper  cups.     No.  1,420,808  ;  June  27. 

Bate,  John  W.,  Racine,  Wis.  Extension  handle.  No. 
1,420,809  ;  June  27. 

Bate,  John  W.,  Racine,  Wis.  Collapsible  handle.  No. 
1,426,809  ;  Aug.  22. 

Bateman,  Arthur  R.,  Lynchburg,  Va.  Aligning  instrument 
for  crosshead  guide  bars.     No.  1,421,895  ;  July  4. 

Bateman,  St.  Elmo,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Fumigating  appa- 
ratus.    No.  1,426,536  ;  Aug.  22. 

Bateman,  Samuel  F.,  El  Dorado,  Ark.  Sand  trap  for 
oil-well  pumps.     No.  1.430,146  ;   Sept  .26. 

Bateman,  William  H.,  London,  England.  Separator  em- 
ployed for  the  separation  of  liquids  of  different  density. 
No.  1,421,658  ;  July  4. 

Batenburg,  Peter  J.  F.,  Clintonville.  Wis.  Driving  and 
steering   axle.      No.   1,407,911  ;   Feb.   28. 

Bater,  Montague  R.,  N.  P.  Svendsen,  D.  T.  Trump,  and 
R.  M.  Mahoney,  Calgary,  Alberta,  Canada.  Electrically- 
operated  signal  for  automobiles.   No.  1,437.086  ;  Nov.  28. 

Bates,  Adelmer  M.,  assignor  to  Bates  Valve  Bag  Com- 
pany, Chicago,  111.  Wire  tie  and  seal  making  and 
applying  tool.     No.   1,429,920;  Sept.  26. 

Bates,  Adelmer  M.,  assignor  to  Bates  Valve  Bag  Com- 
pany, Chicago,  111.  Filling  barrels.  No.  1,434,583 ; 
Nov.   7. 

Bates,  Adelmer  M.,  assignor  to  Bates  Valve  Bag  Com- 
pany, Chicago,  111.  Bag-tying  tool.  No.  1,434,5S4  ; 
Nov.  7. 


Bates,  Adelmer  M.,  assignor  to  Bates  Valve  Bag  Company, 
Chicago,  111.  Machine  for  printing  bag  blanks.  No. 
1,436,077;   Nov.   21. 

Bates,  Adelmer  M.,  assignor  to  Bates  Valve  Bag  Company, 
Chicago,  111.     Wire-tying  tool.     No.  1,436,637  ;  Nov.  28. 

Bates  Arthur,  Leicester,  England,  assignor  to  United  Shoe 
Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Making  shoes. 
No.  1,419,201  ;  June  13. 

Bates,  Arthur,  Leicester,  England,  assignor,  by  mesne  as- 
signments, to  United  Shoe  Machinery  Corporation, 
Paterson,  N.  J.  Upper-shaDing  machine.  No.  1,419,202  ; 
June  13. 

Bates,  Arthur,  Leicester,  England,  assignor  to  United  Shoe 
Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Making  shoes. 
No.  1,419,203;  June  13. 

Bates,  Arthur,  Leicester,  England,  assignor,  by  mesne  as- 
signments, to  United  Shoe  Machinery  Corporation, 
Paterson,  N.  J.  Upper-shaning  machine.  No.  1,419,204  ; 
June  13. 

Bates,  Arthur,  Leicester,  England,  assignor  to  United  Shoe 
Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Upper-forming 
machine.    No.  1,425,503  ;  Aug.  15. 

Bates,  Arthur,  Leicester,  England,  assignor  by  mesne 
assignments,  to  United  Shoe  Machinery  Corporation, 
Paterson,  N.  J.  Upper-shaping  machine.  No.  1,426:342  • 
Aug.  22.. 

Bates,  Arthur.  Leicester,  England,  assignor,  by  mesne 
assignments,  to  United  Shoe  Machinery  Corporation, 
Paterson,  N.  J.  Apparatus  for  attaching  uppers  to 
soles  in  the  manufacture  of  shoes.  No.  1,426,343  ; 
Aug.  22. 

Bates,  Arthur,  Leicester,  England,  assignor  to  United  Shoe 
Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Upper-pulling 
machine.     No.    1.430,529 ;    Oct.   3. 

Bates,  Arthur,  Leicester,  England,  assignor'  to  United 
Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Cutting 
machine.     No.  1,436,691  ;   Nov.  28. 

Bates,  C.  J.,  &  Sons.     (See  Davis,  Henry  E  ,  assignor.) 

Bates,  Clarence  A.,  and  E.  Fults,  Canastota,  N.  Y. 
Screw  driver.     No.  1,424,275  ;  Aug.  1. 

Bates,  E.  V.,  Machine  Co.  (See  Bates,  Eddo  V„  asr 
signor. ) 

Bates,  Eddo  V.,  assignor  to  E.  V.  Bates  Machine  Co., 
Lowell,  Mass.     Wool  card.     No.  1,433,927;  Oct.  31. 

Bates,  Edith  M„  New  York,  N.  Y.,  and  M.  Wheeler,  Los 
Angeles,  Calif.  Pin-attached  snap  fastener.  No. 
1,438.889  ;  Dec.  12. 

Bates,  Edmund  C,  assignor  to  The  Buckeye  Jack  Manu- 
facturing Company,  Alliance,  Ohio.  Lifting  jack.  No. 
1,430,350  ;    Sept.   26. 

Bates,  George  B.,  Lynn,  Mass.  Mixing  apparatus.  No. 
1,434,585;  Nov.  7.    . 

Bates,  George  E.,  Syracuse,  N.  Y.  Direction  indicator 
for  vehicles.     No.  1,407,831  ;  Feb.   28. 

Bates,  Harry.      (See  Kidder,  Wellington  P.,  assignor.) 

Bates,  Harry,  assignor  to  Underwood  Typewriter  Com- 
pany, New  York,  N.  Y.  Typewriting  machine.  No. 
1,415,138  ;  May  9. 

Bates,  Harry,  assignor  to  Underwood  Typewriter  Com- 
pany,   New    York,    N.    Y.      Typewriting  machine.      No. 

1.427.345  ;    Aug.    29. 

Bates,  Harry,  assignor  to  Underwood  Typewriter  Com- 
pany,   New    York,    N.    Y.     Typewriting    machine.      No. 

1.427.346  ;   Aug.   29. 

Bates.  Harry,  assignor  to  Underwood  Typewriter  Com- 
pany, New  York,  N.  Y.  Typewriting  machine.  No. 
1,428,832  ;  Sept.  i2. 

Bates,  Harry  H.,  assignor  to  Bates  Machine  tV  Tractor 
Company,  Joliet,  III.     Tractor.     No.  1.406,332  ;  Feb.  14. 

Bates,  Harry  H.,  assignor  to  Bates  Machine  and  Tractor 
Company,"  Joliet,  111.     Tractor.     No.  1,436,376  ;  Nov.  21. 

Bates.  Henry  L-,  Boston,  Mass.  Foldable  rack.  No. 
1,407,912  ;  Feb.  28. 

Bates,  James  N.      (See  Knowles,  M.  M.,  and  Bates.) 

Bates,  Joseph  S.,  Bridgeport.  Conn.,  assignor  to  The  Na- 
tional Aniline  &  Chemical  Company,  Inc.,  New  York, 
N.  Y.    Scraper  for  rotary  filters.     No.  1.415.859  ;  May  10. 

Bates,  Lindon  W.,  Mount  Lebanon,  N.  Y.  Apparatus  for 
agitating  and  heating  mobile  material.  No.  1,406,S18  ; 
Feb.  14. 

Bates  Machine  &  Tractor  Company.  (See  Bates,  Harry 
H.,  assignor.) 

Bates.  Richard  S.,  Sterling,  Colo.  Road  grader.  No. 
1,405.256  ;    Jan.    31. 

Bates,  Thomas  F..  Shelbyville.  Tenn.  Dental  instrument 
holder.     No.  1,406.143  ;  Feb.  7. 

Bates  Valve  Bag  Company.  (See  Bates,  Adelmer  M„ 
assignor.) 

Bath,  John,  assignor  to  John  Bath  &  Company.  Worcester, 
Mass.     Adjustable  plug  gauge.     No.  1.429.183  :  Sept.  1  2. 

Bath,  John,  assignor  to  John  Bath  &  Co.,  Inc.,  Worcester, 
Mass.     Ring   gauge.     No.   1,438.681  ;   Dec.   12. 

Bath,  John,  and  R.  H.  C.  Grunewald,  Worcester,  Mass., 
assignor  to  John  Bath  &  Co.  Inc.  Thread  grinder. 
No.  1.438,682  ;  Dec.  12. 

Bath,  John,  &  Co.  (See  Bath,  J.,  and  Grunewald,  as- 
signors.) 

Bath,  John,  &  Co.      (See  Bath,  John,  assignor.) 

Bath.  John,  &  Company.  (See  Clifford,  H.  F.,  and  Grune- 
wald, assignors.) 

Bathgate,  Owen  II.  (See  Stevenson,  W.  W.,  and  Bath- 
gate.) 

Bathurst  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Bathurst, 
Thomas   T.,    assignor.)       (Reissue.) 


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Bathurst,  Thomas  T.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Spark  plug. 
No.  1,430.429:  Sept.  26. 

Bathurst,  Thomas  T.,  assignor  to  Bathurst  Manufacturing 
Company,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Spark  plug.  (Reissue.) 
No.    15,276;   Jan.   31. 

Batie,  Joseph  E.,  assignor  to  Kelsey  Wheel  Company, 
Detroit.  Mich.  Felly-forming  machine.  No.  1,416,676  ; 
May    23. 

Batie,  Joseph  E.,  assignor  to  Kelsey  Wheel  Company, 
Detroit,  Mich.  Machine  for  engaging  ferrules  with 
wheel  spokes.     No.  1,416,677  ;  May  23. 

Batie,  Joseph  E.,  assignor  to  Kelsey  Wheel  Company, 
Inc.,  Detroit.  Mich.  Apparatus  for  manufacturing  vehi- 
cle  wheels.      No.   1,416,678 ;    May   23. 

Batla,  Thomas  H.,  and  H.  J.  Holan,  Temple,  Tex.  Cotton- 
stallc  cutter  and  insect  killer.     No.  1,427,931  ;  Sept.  5. 

Battaglia,  Sam,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Leg  block.  No. 
1,406,144  ;  Feb.  T. 

Battelle,  Gordon.     (See  Waring,  William  G.,  assignor.) 

Battelle,  Gordon,  II.  M.  Runkle,  and  W.  B.  Tobin,  as- 
signors to  The  International  Derrick  and  Equipment 
Company,  Columbus,  Ohio.  Derrick  structure  for  oil, 
gas,  and  artesian  wells.     No.   1,439,786;  Dec.  26. 

Battersby,  Gertrude  B.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Hair  curler. 
No.   1,437,334;    Nov.   28. 

Batterson,  Clvde  A.,  Hastings,  Nebr.  Weed  exterminator. 
No.   1,407,689  ;   Feb.  28. 

Battery  Appliance  Corporation.  (See  Arendt,  M.,  Bur- 
rows, and  Rosenmeyer,   assignors.) 

Battey.  Richard,  Black  Diamond,  Wash.  Mining  coal.  No. 
1.408,971  ;  Mar.  7. 

Battey,  William  A.,  Haverford,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Penn- 
sylvania Crusher  Companv,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Crusher 
roll.     No.  1.410.546  ;  Mar.  28. 

Battin,  Cora  B.,  Mount  Vernon,  N.  Y.  Fastening  device. 
No.  1,412,825  ;   Apr.   18. 

Battin,  Harold  T.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Warning  valve. 
No.  1,403,066  ;  Jan.  10. 

Battin  &  Company.  (See  Rumble,  William,  Jr.,  as- 
signor.) 

Battle  Creek  Box  Company.  (See  Cummings,  Charles 
A.,  assignor.) 

Banner,  Stephen,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Pneumatic-action  unit. 
No.  1,420,678  ;  June  27. 

Bails.  John  T.,  Grand  Rapids,  Mich.  Trunk  garment- 
holding  rack.     No.  1,424,333  ■  Aug.  1. 

Battv,  George,  York,  England.  Apparatus  for  casting 
ingots.     No.  1,414.394  ;  May  2. 

Batty,  Thomas  E.,  Sheffield,  England.  Conveyer  and  the 
like.     No.  1,413,956;  Apr.  25. 

Bauder,  John,  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Can  holding  and  sealing 
device.     No.   1,427,347 ;   Aug.  -29. 

Bauer,  Anna,  Union,  N.  J.  Rope  grip.  No.  1,418,902; 
June  6. 

Bauer.  August.  Wetzlar,  Germanv.  Microscope.  No. 
1.429.557  ;  Sept.  19. 

Bauer,  August  O.,  Columbus,  Ohio.  Aquarium  structure. 
No.  1,432,827  ;  Oct.  24. 

Bauer,  Bruno,  Zurich,  and  A.  von  Zeerleder,  assignors  to 
Societe  Anonyrae  des  Aeliers  de  Secheron,  Geneva,  Swit- 
zerland. Electric  resistance  heater  for  high  tempera- 
tures.   No.  1,426,245  ;  Aug.  15. 

Bauer,  Carl  E.,  Hammond,  Ind.  Brake-beam  fulcrum  and 
producing  same.     No.  1,402,392  ;  Jan.  3. 

Bauer,  Carl  E..  Hammond.  Ind.  Brake-beam  fulcrum 
and   making  same.      No.   1,415,009 ;    May  9. 

Bauer,  Carl  E..  Hammond,  Ind.  Fulcrum  and  making  the 
same.     No.   1,426,705  ;   Aug.   22. 

Bauer,  Carl  E.,  Hammond,  Ind.,  assignor  to  American 
Steel  Foundries.  Chicago.  111.  Car  bolster  and  making 
same.     No.  1,419,348  ;  June  13. 

Bauer,  Carl  E.,  Hammond.  Ind.  Fulcrum  and  making 
the  same.     No.  1,427,932;   Sept.  5. 

Bauer,  Carl  E..  Hammond,  Ind.  Drawbar  yoke  and 
making  the  same.     No.   1,439,659  ;   Dec.   19. 

Bauer,  Carl  E.,  Hammond,  Ind.  Brake-beam  fulcrum  and 
making  the  same.     No.  1,439.660;  Dec.  19. 

Bauer,  Christopher  W.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Household  imple- 
ment.    No.  1,402,470  ;  Jan.  3. 

Bauer,  Christopher  W..  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Cordage  hitch- 
ing device.     No.   1,426,537  ;  Aug.  22. 

Bauer,  Eugen,  Maine,  111.     Planter.     No.  1,430,614  ;  Oct.  3. 

Bauer.  Fred.  Red  Wing.  Minn.  Floating  decov.  No. 
1.429,558;   Sept.   19. 

Bauer,  Frederick  C,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Toy  car.  No. 
1.416.775  :  May  23. 

Bauer,  George,  Neenah,  Wis.  Propeller.  No.  1,438.012  ; 
Dec.  5. 

Bauer,  Gustav,  Hamburg,  and  F.  Kramer,  Blankenese- 
Dockenhuden,  near  Hamburg,  Germany.  Apparatus  for 
preventing  escape  of  oil  from  submarine  tanks.  No. 
1.414,615  :   May  2. 

Bauer,  Gustav,  Hamburg,  and  F.  Kramer,  Blankenese- 
Dockenhuden,  near  Hamburg,  Germany.  Testing  ap- 
paratus for  indicating  leaks.     No.   1,423,902  ;  July  25. 

Bauer,  Gustavus  A.,  Chicago,  III.,  assignor  to  Hugro 
Manufacturing  Company,  Warsaw,  Ind.  Brush  con- 
struction.    No.  1.407.913;  Feb.  28. 

Bauer,  Hans  F.     (See  Lenders.  A.  W.  H.,  and  Bauer.) 

Bauer,  Jacob  L.,  Milwaukee.  Wis.  Lifting  device  for  pho- 
nograph disks.     No.  1,426,034  ;  Aug.  15. 

Bauer,  John,  Detroit,  Mich.  Shoe-polishing  device.  No. 
1,415,510;  May  9. 


Bauer,  John  G.  (See  Roeling,  II.  W.,  Williams,  and 
Bauer.) 

Bauer,  John  II.,  and  W\  F.  Kennell,  Stanberry,  Mo. 
Liquid-level  gauge.     No.  1,429,832  ;  Sept.  19. 

Bauer,  John  W.  and  L.  E.,  Havre  de  Grace,  Md.  Can 
opener.      No.   1,434,323 ;   Oct.   31. 

Bauer,  Lawrence  E.      (See  Bauer,  John  W.  and  L.  E.) 

Bauer,  Perry  S.,  Chicago,  111.  Automatic  steering  device 
for  motor  vehicles.     No.  1,418,693;  June  6. 

Bauer,  Walter,  assignor  to  Rohm  &  Haas  Aktiengesell- 
schaft,  Darmstadt,  Germany.  Producing  chemical  com- 
pounds from  acetylene  and  hydrohalogenic  acids.  No. 
1,414,852  ;  May  2. 

Bauer,  Walter  C,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Driving  mechanism 
for  washing  machines.     No.  1,405,057  ;  Feb.  7. 

Bauer,  Wilbelm,  and  A.  Herre,  Opladen,  near  Cologne, 
assignors  to  Farbenfabriken  vorm.  Kriedr.  Bayer  and 
Co.,  Leverkusen,  near  Cologne-on-the-Rhine,  Germany. 
Vat  dyestuffs.     No.  1,434,983  ;  Nov.  7. 

Bauer  &  Black.     (See  Schulz,  Otto  C,  assignor.) 

Bauer  &   Black.      (See   Sharp,   William   H.,   assignor.) 

Bunerle,  Hugo.  Stuttgart,  Germany.  Automatic  adjust- 
able and  foldablc  easy-cbair.     No.  1,414,004  ;  Apr.  25. 

BUuerle,  Tobias,  St.  Georgen,  Germany.  Drive  for  weight- 
moved  clocks.     No.  1,408.718  ;  Mar.  7. 

Bauerle,  Tobias,  St.  Georgen,  Germany.  Clock  with  strik- 
ing trains  for  hours  and  quarters.  No.  1,437,705  ; 
Dec.  5. 

Bauers,  Aage  K.  J.,  Copenhagen,  Denmark.  Keyless  lock 
suitable  for  cycle  lock  and  the  like.  No.  1,40S,434  ; 
Mar.  7. 

Bauert,  William  EL,  Roseville,  near  Sydney,  New  South 
Wales,  Australia.  Signal  means  for  automobiles  for 
indicating  their  direction  of  route  or  stoppage.  No. 
1,408,335  ;  Feb.  28. 

Bauert,  William  H.,  Roseville,  near  Sydney,  New  South 
Wales,  Australia.  Means  for  contracting  or  expanding 
split   demountable   rims.     No.   1,438,514 ;   Dec.   12. 

Baugher,  Jacob,  North  Webster,  and  W.  F.  Kline,  South 
Milford,  Ind.  Folding  swing  chair.  No.  1,417,443 ; 
May  23. 

Baughman,  Alton  L.,  Wolf  Lake,  Ind.,  assignor  to  The 
De  Laval  Separator  Company,  New  York,  *N.  Y.  Bowl 
clamp  for  cream   separators.     No.    1,431,923  ;   Oct.   17. 

Baughman,  Leonard,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Device  for  dis- 
pensing phonograph  needles  or  the  like.  No.  1,412,826  ; 
Apr.  18. 

Baule,  Marie  E.  A.,  St.-Cyr,  France.  Apparatus  for  trac- 
ing the  routes  of  warships  and  merchant  vessels.  No. 
1,433,595;   Oct.  31. 

Baum  Dairy  Appliance  Company.  (See  Bauin,  Ewald  G., 
assignor.)      (Reissue.) 

Baum,  Edward  F.,  Wormleysburg,  Pa.  Weather-indicating 
device.     No.  1,435,445  ;  Nov.  14. 

Baum,  Ewald  G.,  assignor  to  Baum  Dairy  Appliance  Com- 
pany, Natick,  Mass.  Bottle  cap.  (Reissue.)  No.  15,491 ; 
Nov.  21. 

Baum,  Gabriel,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Display  doll  and  dress 
outfit.     No.  1,434,279;  Oct.  31. 

Baum,  Gustav,  assignor  to  the  Firm  Chemische  Fabrik 
Weissenstein  Gesellschaft  m.  b.  H..  Carinthia,  Austria. 
Distilling  sulphuric  acid.     No.  1,419,008;  June  6. 

Baum,  Henry,  East  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Scraper.  No. 
1,421,380  ;  July  4. 

Baum,  J.,  Safe  &  Lock  Company,  The.  (See  Freyberg,  J., 
and  Wubbolding,  assignors.) 

Baum,  James  B.,  Grand  Junction,  Colo.  Wrench.  No. 
1,404,828 ;    Jan.    31. 

Baum.  James  B.,  Grand  Junction,  Colo.  Truck.  No. 
1,424,438;  Aug.  1. 

Baum,  Kravat  &  Baum.     (See  Baum,  Louis,  assignor.) 

Baum,  Louis,  assignor  to  Baum,  Kravat  &  Baum,  New 
York,  N.  Y.     Tag.    No.  1,412,445  ;  Apr.  11. 

Bauman,  William  N.,  Cleburne,  Tex.  Curtain-pole  clamp. 
No.   1,405,257  ;   Jan.   31. 

Baumann,   Carl  A.      (See  Stevens,  C.   S.,   and  Baumann.) 

Baumann.  Emil,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Resilient  tire.  No. 
1,424,231  ;  Aug.  1. 

Baumann,  Ferdinand  P.,  Kusnacht.  Switzerland.  Beating 
apparatus.     No.  1.433,113  ;  Oct.  24. 

Baumann,  Frederick,  Jr.,  East  Orange,  N.  J.  Cutting 
machine.     No.    1,418,053 ;   May   30. 

Baumann,  Karl,  Urmston,  England,  assignor  to  The  Brit- 
ish Westinghouse  Electric  and  Manufacturing  Com- 
pany. Limited.  Semidouble-flow  steam  turbine.  No. 
1,405.090  ;   Jan.   31. 

Baumann,  Karl,  Urmston,  England,  assignor  to  The  Brit- 
ish Westinghouse  Electric  and  Manufacturing  Com- 
pany Limited.     Steam  turbine.     No.  1,405,091.  Jan.  31. 

Baumann,  Karl,  Urmston,  England,  assignor  to  The  Brit- 
ish Westinghouse  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company 
Limited.     Steam  turbine.      No.  1,405,092;  Jan.  31. 

Baumann,  Karl,  Urmston,  England,  assignor  to  The  Brit- 
ish Westinghouse  Electric  and  Manufacturing  Company, 
Limited.     Steam  turbine.     No.  1,405.564  ;  Feb.  7. 

Baumann,  Karl,  Urmston,  England,  assignor  to  The  Brit- 
ish Westinghouse  Electric  and  Manufacturing  Company 
Limited.     Steam  turbine.     No.  1,405,565  ;  Feb.  7. 

Baumann,  Karl,  Urmston,  England,  assignor  to  The  Brit- 
ish Westinghouse  Electric  and  Manufacturing  Company 
Limited.     Steam  turbine.     No.  1,412,827;  Apr.  18. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 

Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Baumann,  Karl,  Urmston,  England,  assignor,  by  mesne 
assignments,  to  Westinghouse  Electric  and  Manufac- 
turing Company.  Vacuum  breaker.  No.  1,432,272 ; 
Oct.  17. 

Baumeister,  Hans  Friedricbshafen,  assignor  to  Zeppelin- 
Werke  Staaken,  Gesellschaft  mit  bescbrankter  Haftung, 
Staaken-Spandau,  Germany.  Flying  machine.  No. 
1,439,993  ;  Dec.  26. 

Baumetz,  Gustave  A.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Storage  battery. 
No.  1,415,139  ;  May  9. 

Baumgartel,  Henry,  Chicago,  111.  Adjustable  photographic 
mask.     No.  1,430,615  ;  Oct.  3. 

Baumgartl,  Leroy,  assignor  to  Federal  Cement  Tile  Com- 
pany, Chicago,  111.  Roof  structure.  No.  1,417,487 ; 
May   30. 

Baumstark,  Guiseppe  J.,  North  Bergen,  N.  J.  Lock.  No. 
1,412,600  ;  Apr.  11. 

Baun,  Carl,  Halle-on-the-Saale,  Germany.  Driving  mecha- 
nism for  rope  and  chain  railways.  No.  1,426,451 ; 
Aug.  22. 

Baur,  Hugo  J.,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assign- 
ments, to  Johnson  Coin  Counting  Machine  Co.  Coin- 
counting  machine.     No.  1,410,239  ;  Mar.  21. 

Baur,  Hugo  J.,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  Johnson  Fare 
Box  Company.  Platform  fare  box.  No.  1,435,687 ; 
Nov.    14. 

Bausch,  Albert.     (See  Maguire,  W.,  and  Bausch.) 

Bausch,  John  J.,  assignor  to  Bausch  &  Lomb  Optical  Com- 
pany, Rochester,  N.  Y.  Mounting  for  reading  lenses. 
No.  1.415,511  ;  May  9. 

Bausch  &  Lomb  Optical  Company.  (See  Bausch,  John  J., 
assignor.) 

Bausch  &  Lomb  Optical  Company.  (See  Drescher,  Theo- 
dore B.,  assignor.) 

Bausch  &  Lomb  Optical  Company.  (See  Kothiringer,  Jo- 
seph, assignor.) 

Bausch  &  Lomb  Optical  Company.  (See  Poser,  Max,  as- 
signor.) 

Bausch  &  Lomb  Optical  Company.  (See  Simpson,  Leon  G., 
assignor. ) 

Bausher,  Solon  D.,  Reading,  and  J.  D.  Reed,  Schuylkill 
Haven,  assignors  to  Glorie  Underwear  Mill,  Reading, 
and  to  Union  Knitting  Mills,  Schuylkill  Haven,  Pa. 
Lady's  undergarment.    No.  1,407,626  ;  Feb.  21. 

Bausman,  Alonzo  L.,  assignor  to  National  Equipment 
Company,  Springfield,  Mass.  Confectionery-coating  ma- 
chine.    No.  1,407,116  ;  Feb.  21.. 

Bausman,  Alonzo  L.,  assignor  to  National  Equipment 
Company,  Springfield,  Mass.  Motor  support.  No. 
1,427,713  ;   Aug.   29. 

Bausman,  Edward  H.,  Baltimore,  Md.  Illuminated  mark- 
er.    No.   1,423,641 ;  July  25. 

Bauwens,  Seraphine  F.,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  Wire- 
bounds  Patents  Company,  Kittery,  Me.  Wirebound-box 
machine.     No.  1,408,336  ;  Feb.  28. 

Bauwens,  Seraphine  F.,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  Wire- 
bounds  Patents  Company,  Kittery,  Me.  Machine  for  use 
in  making  wirebound  boxes.    No.  1,437,386  ;  Nov.  28.  . 

Bava,  Antonio  G.,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Belting  tool.  No. 
1,422,332;  July  11. 

Bawden,  Fred  M.  (in  trust).  (See  Newkirk,  Perry  B., 
assignor.) 

Bawtree,  Alfred  E.,  Sutton,  assignor  of  one-half  to  A.  S. 
Legg,  Thornton  Heath,  England.  Means  for  regulating 
the  flow  of  compressed  gases.     No.  1,421,381 ;  July  4. 

Baxflat  Barrel  &  Crate  Corporation.  (See  Le  Fevre, 
George  A.,  assignor.) 

Baxter,  Ernest  H.,  Chicago,  111.  Refillable  fuse  plug. 
No.  1,407,117;  Feb.  21. 

Baxter,  Ernest  H.,  Chicago,  111.  Transmission  lock.  No. 
1,428,316;   Sept.  5. 

Baxter,  Ernest  W.,  Van  Wert,  Ohio.  Attachment  for  mo- 
tor vehicles.     No.  1,421,147  ;  June  27. 

Baxter,  George,  Rochester,  N.  Y.  Husking  ivory  nuts. 
No.  1,433,928  :  Oct.  31. 

Baxter,  Harold  C.     (See  Whitaker,  D.,  and  Baxter.) 

Baxter,  Robert  L.,  et  al.  (See  Nusbaum,  Wilbur  J.,  as- 
signor.) 

Baxter,  William  C,  Beverly,  Mass.,  assignor  to  United 
Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Delivery 
mechanism.     No.   1.405,389 ;  Feb.  7. 

Baxter,  William  C,  Beverly,  Mass.,  assignor  to  United 
Shoe  Machinery  Corporation.  Paterson,  N.  J.  Sole- 
leveling   machine.      No.    1,434,424 ;    Nov.    7. 

Baxter,  William  C,  Beverly,  Mass.,  assignor  to  United 
Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Sheet- 
feeding  machine.     No.  1,438,213  ;  Dec.  12. 

Baxter,  William  C,  assignor  to  E.  M.  Trimble,  doing 
business  as  the  E.  M.  Trimble  Manufacturing  Com- 
pany, Rochester,  N.  Y.     Hinge.     No.  1,422,651  ;  July  11. 

Baxter,  William  W.  (See  Hellmann,  L.  F.,  and  Baxter.) 
(Reissue.) 

Baxter,  Willis  J.,  Waynesville,  N.  C.  Combined  rake  and 
pitchfork.     No.   1,439,220 ;    Dec.    19. 

Bay  State  Pump  Company.  (See  Waterhouse,  Harold  D., 
assignor.) 

Bayer,  Frank  E.,  Erie,  assignor  to  Erie  Art  Metal  Com- 
pany, Millcreek  Township,  Pa.  Sheet-metal  article. 
No.   1.425.232;  Aug.  8. 

Bayer,  Matthew  F.,  assignor  to  Simmons  Company,  Keno- 
sha, Wis.     Wall  bed.     No.  1,418,054  ;  May  30. 

Bayer,  Matthew  F.,  assignor  to  Simmons  Company,  Keno- 
sha,   Wis.     Extension   couch.     No.   1,418,055 ;   May   30. 


Bayer,  Matthew  F.,  assignor  to  Simmons  Company,  Keno- 
sha, Wis.     Caster  lock.     No.  1,428,932  ;  Sept.  12. 

Bayles,  Lewis  C,  Easton,  Pa.,  assignor  to  lngersoll-Rand 
Company,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.  Side-bolt  construction  for 
percussive  tools.     No.  1,409,904  ;  Mar.  21. 

Bayles,  Lewis  C,  Easton,  Pa.,  assignor  to  lngersoll-Rand 
Company,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.  Pneumatic  column.  No. 
1,409,905;  Mar.  21. 

Bayles,  Lewis  C,  Easton,  Pa.,  assignor  to  lngersoll-Rand 
Company,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.  Percussive  tools.  No. 
1,411,253  ;  Apr.  4. 

Bayles,  Lewis  C,  Easton,  Pa.,  assignor  to  lngersoll-Rand 
Company,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.  Pin  retainer  for  tool 
holders.     No.  1,423,595  ;  July  25. 

Bayles,  Lewis  C,  Easton,  Pa.,  assignor  to  lngersoll-Rand 
Company,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.  Valve-spindle-retaining 
device.     No.  1,428,745  ;  Sept.  12. 

Bayles,  Lewis  C,  Easton,  Pa.,  assignor  to  lngersoll-Rand 
Company  Jersey  City,  N.  J.  Air-feed  control  for  rock 
drills.     No.  1,436,638  ;  Nov.  28. 

Bayles,  Lewis  C,  Easton,  Pa.,  assignor  to  lngersoll-Rand 
Company,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.  Manual  air-feed  control 
for  rock  drills.     No.  1,437,632;  Dec.  5. 

Bayles,  Lewis  C,  and  F.  M.  Slater,  Easton,  Pa.,  assignors 
to  lngersoll-Rand  Company,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.  Per- 
cussive tool.     No.   1,408,684  ;  Mar.  7. 

Bayles,  Lewis  C,  and  F.  M.  Slater,  Easton,  Pa.,  assignors 
to  lngersoll-Rand  Company,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.  Auto- 
matic regujating  valve  for  fluid-operating  motors./  No. 
1,414,168  ;  Apr.  25. 

Baylor,  Charles  A.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  J.  E.  McGraw, 
Laporte,  Ind.     Vehicle  brake.     No.  1,436,563  ;  Nov.  21. 

Bayne,  George  G.,  et  al.  (See  Branstrator,  Clement  G., 
assignor.) 

Bayne,  George  G.,  Bushnell,  111.  Road  drag.  No. 
1,417,882  ;  May  30. 

Bayne,  George  G.,  Bushnell,  111.  Trough.  No.  1,423,552  ; 
July  25. 

Bayne,  George  G.,  and  J.  C.  Hoehnen,  Bushnell,  111. 
Trough.     No.  1,418,516  ;  June  6. 

Bayne,  George  G.,  assignor  of  one-fourth  to  J.  C.  Hoehnen 
and  one-fourth  to  C.  G.  Branstrator,  and  one-fourth  to 
Bayne  Manufacturing  Company,  Bushnell,  111.  Adjust- 
able transmission  mechanism.     No.  1,415,512  ;  May  9. 

Bayne  Manufacturing  Company,  et  al.  (See  Bayne,  George 
&.,  assignor.) 

Bayne  Manufacturing  Company,  et  al.  (See  Branstrator, 
Clement  G.,  assignor.) 

Bayrer,  Homer  H.,  administrator.  (See  Bayrer,  Wil- 
liam J.) 

Bayrer,  William  J.,  deceased,  Hartford  ;  H.  H.  Bayrer,  ad- 
ministrator, assignor  to  R.  G.  Henry,  West  Hartford, 
Conn.  Supporting  means  for  shaft  bearings.  Ni>. 
1,416,776;  May  23. 

Bayrer,  William  J.,  deceased,  Hartford  ;  H.  H.  Bayrer,  ad- 
ministrator, assignor  to  R.  G.  Henry,  West  Hartford, 
Conn.     Drilling  machine.     No.  1,416,777  ;  May  23. 

Bayrer,  William  J.,  deceased,  Hartford  ;  H.  H.  Bayrer,  ad- 
ministrator, assignor  to  R.  G.  Henry,  West  Hartford, 
Conn.    Belt-shifting  mechanism.    No.  1,416.778  ;  May  23. 

Bazaine,  Leon,  Levallois,  France,  assignor  to  Societe 
Anonyme  des  Etablissements  Nieuport,  Issy-Ies-Mouli- 
neaux,  Seine,  France.   Aeroplane.   No.  1,436,934  ;  Nov.  28. 

Bazeley,  Arthur  J.,  assignor  to  The  National  Malleable 
Castings  Company,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Coupling  center- 
ing and  supporting  mechanism.    No.  1,440,052  ;  Dec.  26. 

Bazzeghin,  Carlo  M.,  Washington,  D.  C.  Aeroplane  attach- 
ment.    No.  1,405,658  ;  Feb.  7. 

Beach,  Chester  H.,  assignor  to  Wisconsin  Electric  Com- 
pany, Racine,  Wis.    Drink  mixer.    No.  1,433,253  ;  Oct.  24. 

Beach,  Clarence  E-,  Binghamton,  N.  Y.,  assignor,  by  mesne 
assignments,  to  The  Gamewell  Fire  Alarm  Telegraph 
Company.    Signaling  mechanism.    No.  1,422,523  ;  July  11. 

Beach,  Edward  J.,  assignor  to  Beach,  Russ  Co.,  Brooklyn, 
N.  Y.     Oil  separator.     No.  1.405,259  ;  Jan.  31. 

Beach,  Frank  L.,  et  al.  (See  Strong,  E.,  and  Tar- 
button,  •  assignors. ) 

Beach,  Harold  K.  and  N.  A.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignors  to 
Baltimore  Tube  Company,  Incorporated.  Pickling 
process  and  apparatus.     No.  1,402,734  ;  Jan.  10. 

Beach,  Howard,  et  al.     (See  Christie,  Hans  L..  assignor.) 

Beach,  Howard  L.     (See  Clark,  C.  H.,  and  Beach.) 

Beach,  Howard  L.,  Edgewood  Park,  Pa.,  assignor  to 
Westinghouse  Electric  and  Manufacturing  Company. 
Control  apparatus.     No.  1,406,333  ;  Feb.  14. 

Beach,  Howard  W.     (See  Brown,  William  J.,  assignor.) 

Beach,  Merrill  A.,  Penn  Yan,  N.  Y.  Liquid-dispensing  ap- 
paratus.    (Reissue)     No.  15,257  ;  Jan.  3. 

Beach,  Merrill  A.,  Penn  Yan,  N.  Y.  Automatic  liquid-dis- 
pensing apparatus.     No.  1,434,670  ;  Nov.  7. 

Beach,    Nealon   A.      (See   Beach,    Harold    K.   and   N.   A.) 

Beach,  Oscar  W.,  Turlock,  Calif.  Land  leveler.  No. 
1,403,831 ;  Jan.  17. 

Beach,  Oscar  W.,  Turlock,  Calif.  Land  leveler.  No. 
1,403,934  ;  Jan.  17. 

Beach,   Russ   Co.      (See  Beach,  Edward  J.,  assignor.) 

Bead  Chain  Manufacturing  Co.,  The.  (See  Prevot, 
Frederic  P.,  assignor.) 

Beadle,  Blanche  E.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  R.  A.  Beadle, 
Springfield,  Mass.  Hair-clasping  device.  No.  1,408,247  ; 
Feb.  28. 

Beadle,  Blanche  E.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  R.  A.  Beadle, 
Sprinefield,  Mass.  Hair-clasping  device.  No.  1,434,425  ; 
Nov.    7. 


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Beadle,  George  W.,  Stamford,  assignor  to  Columbia  Graph- 
ophone Manufacturing  Company,  Bridgeport,  Conn.  Cor- 
rection device  for  phonographic  machines.  No.  1,403,584  ; 
Jan.  17. 

Beadle,  George  W.,  Stamford,  assignor  to  Columbia  Graph- 
ophone Manufacturing  Company,  Bridgeport,  Conn.  No. 
1,41(5,441  ;   May  16. 

Beadle,  George  W.,  Stamford,  Conn.,  and  S.  Kohn,  New 
York,  N.  X.,  assignors  to  Columbia  Graphophone  Man- 
ufacturing Company,  Bridgeport,  Conn.  Automatic  stop. 
No.    3,430,567  ;    Oct.    3. 

Beadle,  George  W.,  Stamford,  Conn.,  and  S.  Kohn,  New 
York,  N.  1.,  assignors  to  Columbia  Graphophone  Manu- 
facturing Company,  Bridgeport,  Conn.  Automatic  stop. 
No.   1,430,568;   Oct.  3. 

Beuuie,   Kusseil   A.      ^See  Beadle,   Blanche  E„  assignor.) 

Beadle,  Warren  K,  assignor  to  Nekoosa  Motor  and  Ma- 
chine Co.,  Grand  Kapids,  Wis.  Safety  device  for  wind- 
ing and  unwinding  rollers.     No.  1,412,994  ;  Apr.  18. 

Beagle,  Victor  E.,  Alexandria,  Va.  Hoisting  truck.  No. 
1,437,583  ;   Dec.   5. 

Beagle,  William  J.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  J.  M.  Stever: 
Syracuse,  N.  Y.  •  Glare  shield  for  motor  vehicles.  No. 
1,411,399  ;  Apr.  4. 

Beakes,  William  E.,  New  Orleans,  La.,  assignor  to  United 
Fruit  Company,  Boston,  Mass.  Process  and  apparatus 
for  wireless  telegraphy  and  telephony.  No.  1,438,290  ; 
Dec.  12. 

Beal,  Carroll  N.  and  P.  C,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Tractor 
driving  and  mechanism  therefor.  No.  1,423,642 ; 
July  25. 

Beaj,   1-u.j    C.      (See  Beal,   Carroll  N.   and  F.  C.) 

Beal,  Frank  F.,  et  al.,  trustees.  (See  Ramage,  Alexander 
S.,  assignor.) 

Beal,  George  Y.,  Choctaw,  Okla.  Steering-gear  stabilizer. 
No.  1,428,515  ;  Sept.  12. 

Beal,  Herman  L.,  Brookline,  Mass.  Rubber  heel.  No. 
1,428,524  ;  Sept.  12. 

B>  al,  Ralph  R.,  Palo  Alto,  assignor  to  A.  Taylor,  San 
Francisco,    Calif.      Radio    oscillation    generator.      No. 

1.410.730  ;  Mar.  28. 

Beal,  Ralph  W.  and   VV.  V.,  Alliance,  Nebr.     Bag  holder. 

No.  1,422,524;  July  11. 
Beal,  Ralph  W.  and  W.  V.,  Alliance,  Nebr.     Grading  ap- 
paratus.     No.    1,437,884 ;    Dec.    5. 
Beal,  Warren  V.     (See  Beal,  Ralph  W.  and  W.  V.) 
Beall,  Frank  F.,  et  al,  trustees.     (See  Ramage,  Alexander 

S.,  assignor.) 
Beall.  Warren  £1.,  Washington,  D.  C.     Building  door.     No. 

1,429,833;   Sept.   19. 
Beall,  William  P.,  Stevenson,  Md.     Power  jack  for  motor 

vehicles.     No.  1,436,564  ;  Nov.  21. 
Beall,    William    P.,    Stevenson,    Md.       Power    jack.       No. 

1,436,565  ;    Nov.    21. 
Beals,  Erl  V.,  Boston,  Mass.     Internal-combustion  engine. 

No.  1,434,801  ;   Nov.  7. 
Beam,  Jacob  B.,  Punxsutawney,  Pa.     Automobile  radiator. 

No.  1,409,272  ;  Mar.  14. 
Beam,  Jacob  B.,  Punxsutawney,  Pa.    Automobile  radiator. 

No.  1,409,273  ;  Mar.  14. 
Beam,  Jacob  B.,  Punxsutawney,  Pa.     Automobile  radiator. 

No.    1,412,332;    Apr.    11. 
Beam,    John    B.,    Tyrone,    Pa.       Combined    casket    and 

burial  vault.     No.  1,410,643  ;  Mar.  28. 
Beam,  Otis  L.,  Milwaukee,  Wis.     Dirigible  headlight.     No. 

1,419,603;   June   13. 
Beaman,   George   H.,   Los  Angeles,   Calif.      Counter.     No. 

1,436,469;  Nov.   21. 
Beamer,    Earl    A.,    Anchor,    111.     Drinking    trough.     No. 

1.403.731  ;  Jan.  17. 

Bean,  Guy  M.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Interlocking  brick  and 
the  like.     No.  1,420.810  ;  June  27. 

Bean,  John  E.,  jr.,  Merrimac,  Mass.  Gas  cock.  No. 
1,428,933  ;  Sept.  12. 

Bean,  Louis  A.,  Denver,  Colo.  Direction  indicator  for  au- 
tomobiles.    No.  1,413,823  ;  Apr.  25. 

Bean,  Louis  A.,  Denver,  Colo.  Direction  indicator  for  au- 
tomobiles.    No.  1,413,824  ;  Apr.  25. 

Bean,  Roscoe,  Berea,  Ohio.  Chain  tool.  No.  1,426,429  ; 
Nov.    21. 

Bean  Spray  Pump  Co.  (See  Cushman,  Everett  B.,  as- 
signor.) 

Beaney,  William,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Tire.  No.  1,412,601  ; 
Apr.    11. 

Beans,  John  F.,  Canton,  assignor  to  The  Beans  Spring 
Company,  Massillon,  Ohio.  Die.  No.  1,436,006 ; 
Nov.   21.     „ 

Beans  Spring  Company,  The.  (See  Beans,  John  F.,  as- 
signor.) 

Bear,  Edward,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Clothesline  fastener.  No. 
1,434,802;   Nov.  7. 

Bear,  Jeanie,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Garter.  No.  1.425,571  ; 
Aug.   15. 

Bear,  John  F.,  Mansfield,  Ohio.  Supporter  for  suspenders. 
No.   1,419,802;   June  13. 

Bcarby,  Charles.  (See  Hansen,  William  and  H.  C,  and 
Bearby.) 

Beard,  James.  Pasadena,  Calif.  Automatic  water  heater. 
No.    1,420,513;    June   20. 

Beard,  Jerry  L.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  R.  J.  Flood, 
Tulsa,  Okla.  Oil  saver  for  oil-producing  wells.  No. 
1.418,612;  June  6. 

Beard,  Richard  M..  New  York,  N.  Y.  Electric-lightine 
fixture.     No.  1,410,985  ;  Mar.  28. 


Beard,  Richard  M.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Electric-light  fixture. 
No.  1,421,382  ;  July  4. 

Beardsell,  George  R.,  et  al.  (See  Lyons,  Earle  B.,  as- 
signor.) 

Beardslee,  Arby,  Lima,  Mont.  Rotary  pump.  No. 
1,437,706  ;   Dec.  5. 

Beardslee  Chandelier  Manufacturing  Company.  (See 
Dvorak,    Anion,   assignor.) 

Beardsley,  Elmer  O.     (See  Pondelick,  Leo,  assignor.) 

Beardsley,  Elmer  O.,  Chicago,  and  W.  F.  Piper,  Oak  Park, 
111.  Sand  gathering  and  elevating  machine.  No. 
1,421,383  ;  July  4. 

Beardsley,  Elmer  O.,  Chicago,  and  W.  F.  Piper,  Oak  Park, 
111.,  assignors  to  The  Beardsley  &  Piper  Company, 
Chicago,  111.  Machine  for  making  molds.  (Reissue.) 
No.  15,292  ;  Feb.  28. 

Beardsley,  Elmer  O.,  Chicago,  and  W.  F.  Piper,  Oak 
Park,  assignors  to  The  Beardsley  &  Piper  Company, 
Chicago,  111.     Molding  machine.     No.  1,408,493  ;  Mar.  7. 

Beardsley,  Elmer  O.,  Chicago,  and  W.  F.  Piper,  Oak  Park, 
assignors  to  The  Beardsley  &  Piper  Company,  Chicago, 
111.     Portable  molding  machine.     No.  1,408,796  ;  Mar.  7. 

Beardsley,  Elmer  O.,  Chicago,  and  W.  F.  Piper,  Oak 
Park,  assignors  to  The  Beardsley  &  Piper  Company, 
Chicago,  111.  Molding  apparatus  for  founding.  No. 
1,427,348;   Aug.   29. 

Beardsley,  Elmer  O.,  Chicago,  and  W.  F.  Piper,  Oak 
Park,  assignors  to  The  Beardsley  &  Piper  Company, 
Chicago,  111.  Filling  molds  for  founding.  No. 
1,427,349  ;   Aug.    29. 

Beardsley,  Elmer  O.,  Chicago,  and  W.  F.  Piper,  Oak  Park, 
assignors  to  The  Beardsley  &  Piper  Company,  Chicago, 
111.     Molding  machine.     No.  1,436,141 ;  Nov.  21. 

Beardsley,  Paul  R.,  et  al.,  trustees.  (See  Warren,  J.  R., 
and  Brechting,  assignors.) 

Beardsley,  Paul  R.,  et  al.,  trustees.  (See  Warren,  John  R., 
assignor.) 

Beardsley  &  Piper  Company,  The.  (See  Beardsley,  E.  O., 
and  Piper,  assignors.) 

Bearens,  Claude,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Transmission  gear. 
No.   1,420,514  ;   June  20. 

Beasecker,  Clarence  H.,  Sparta,  Mich.  Machine  for  re- 
facing  valves.     No.   1,437,831 ;   Dec.  5. 

Beasley,  Harry  E.,  and  W.  Byrd,  Victoria,  British  Colum- 
bia, Canada.  Dirigible  headlight.  No.  1,425,439 ; 
Aug.  8. 

Beasley,  John  W.,  jr.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Watering  can. 
No.   1,432,587  ;  Oct.  17. 

Beat,  John,  et  al.     (See  Chladek,  Joseph  C,  assignor.) 

Beat,  Roy  A.,  et  al.      (See  Chladek,  Joseph  C,  assignor.) 

Beaton,  Angus,  Vulcan,  Alberta,  Canada.  Draft  equalizer. 
No.   1,433,334  ;   Oct.  24. 

Beatson,  Francis  H.  P.,  Vancouver,  British  Columbia, 
Canada.  Additional  air  device  for  internal-combustion 
engines.     No.  1,403,003  ;  Jan.  10. 

Beattey,  Earle  J.  R.     (See  Waiilgien,  R.  M.,  and  Beattey.) 

Beattie,  Clifford  H.,  Waxahachie,  Tex.  Unloading  ap- 
paratus.    No.  1,426,706;  Aug.  22. 

Beattie,  Thomas  W.  C,  Wheeling,  W.  A'a.,  assignor  to  Na- 
tional Tube  Company,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Feed-control 
mechanism.     No.  1,411,400  ;  Apr.  4. 

Beattie,  William  T.  (See  Mellett,  L„  and  Curran,  as- 
signors.) 

Beatty,  Henry  B.,  Brooklyn,  and  C.  L.  Johnson,  New  York, 
assignors  to  Laplante  &  Dunklin  Printing  Company, 
New  York,  N.  Y.  Display  container.  No.  1,421,384  ; 
July  4. 

Beatty,  Wallace  A.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  The  manufacture  of 
catsup.    No.  1,402,136  ;  Jan.  3. 

Beatty,  Wallace  A.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Treatment  of  rubber. 
No.  1,418,271  ;  June  6. 

Beatty,  William  E.,  Bayside,  assignor  to  Western  Elec- 
tric Company,  Incorporated,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Repeater 
system.     No.   1,426,810;  Aug.  22.' 

Beatty,  William  F.     (See  Malloy,  R.  J.,  and  Beatty.) 

Beatty,  William  M.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Rotary  piston  pump 
and  control  mechanism  therefor.    No.  1,437,885  ;  Dec.  5. 

Beatty,  William  R.,  Hammond,  Ind.  Long-stroke  vertical- 
type  press.     No.  1,406,334  ;  Feb.  14. 

Beaty,  Arthur,  San  Gabriel,  Calif.  Umbrella.  No. 
1,411,560  ;  Apr.  4. 

Beauchamp,  Arthur  W.,  and  E.  C.  Davidson,  Sandgate, 
Queensland,  Australia.  Internal-combustion  engine. 
No.   1,428,412  ;   Sept.  5. 

Beaudette,  David  and  W.,  Manette,  Wash.  Animal  trap. 
No.  1,413,701;  Apr.  25. 

Beaudette,  William.      (See  Beaudette,  David  and  W.) 

Beaudinet,  Adolphe,  Brussels,  Belgium.  Apparatus  for 
checking  or  recording  the  performance  or  running  of 
machines   or  vehicles.     No.   1,414,324 ;   Apr.   25. 

Beaudoin,  Joseph  A.,  Montreal,  Quebec.  Canada.  Switch- 
actuating  mechanism.     No.  1,405.179  ;  Jan.  31. 

Beaudry,  Joseph,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Rock  drill.  No. 
1.436,470  ;    Nov.    21. 

Beaulieu,  Alexander  J.  (See  Gaudreau,  A.  E.,  Beauleau, 
R.  J.,  and  C.  D.  Gaudreau.) 

Beaulieu,  Peter  F.,  Bend,  assignor  of  one-half  to  R.  H. 
Loop,  Deschutes  County,  Oreg.  Shutter  lock  for  roll-film 
cameras.     No.  1,413,376  ;  Apr.  18. 

Beaumel,  David  W.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Self-filling  fountain 
pen.     No.  1,435,446  ;  Nov.  14. 

Beaumont,  Horace,  and  J.  W.  Polhemus,  Paterson,  N.  J. 
Flushing  apparatus.    No.  1,402,137  ;  Jan.  3. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Beaumont,  R.  II.,  Company.  (See  Beaumont,  Robert  H., 
assignor.) 

Beaumont,  R.  H.,  Company.  (See  Hale,  William  E.,  as- 
signor.) 

Beaumont,  Robert  H.,  Radnor,  assignor  to  R.  IT.  Beau- 
mont Company,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Yielding  actuating 
mechanism  for  skip-hoist  chutes.     No.  1,411,831  ;  Apr.  4. 

Beaumont,  Robert  EL,  Radnor,  assignor  to  R.  H.  Beaumont 
Company,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Take-up  for  skip-hoist 
ropes.     No.   1,436,566  ;   Nov.   21. 

Beaumont,  Robert  H.,  Radnor,  assignor  to  R.  H.  Beaumont 
Company,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Sheave  support.  No. 
1,437,335  ;  Nov.  28. 

Beauvais,  Georges  A.    (See  Brillouin,  L.  N.,  and  Beauvais.) 

Beaver,  Carl  P.,  Lynch,  Ky.,  assignor  to  Ingersoll-Rand 
Company,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.  Front  head  for  rock  drills. 
No.  1,403,284  ;  Jan.  10. 

Beaver  Company,  The.  (See  Robinson,  Charles  G.,  as- 
signor.) 

Beaver  Company,  The.  (See  Stuart  Ethelbert  B.,  as- 
signor.) 

Beaver,  David  P.,  Columbus,  Ohio.  School  desk.  No. 
1,420,404  ;   June  20. 

Beaver,  Edward  J.,  Groton,  Conn.  Clothesrack.  No. 
1,410,240  ;   Mar.   21. 

Beaver  Machine  and  Tool  Co.  (See  Pape,  Herman  G., 
assignor.) 

Beaver  Machine  and  Tool  Co.  (See  Schoenberg,  Ralph  A., 
now  by  judicial  change  of  name  Ralph  A.  Belmont,  as- 
signor.) 

Beavers,  Dalridge  B.,  Washington,  D.  C.  Ignition  switch. 
No.   1,405,260  ;   Jan.   31. 

Beavers,  Willie  L.,  Springfield,  Mo.  Presser  foot  for  sew- 
ing machines.     No.   1.435,044  ;  Nov.  7. 

Beccari,  Giuseppe,  assignor  to  Societa.  Anonima  Brevetti 
Beccari,  Florence,.  Italy.  Apparatus  for  working  garbage 
and  refuse  of  towns.     (Reissue.)     No.  15,417;  July  25. 

Been,  Sigfred,  Totowa,  N.  J.  Bowling  alley.  No.  1,400,274  ; 
Mar.  14. 

Bechberger,  Earl  II.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Nut  lock.  (Re- 
issue.)     No.    15,379;   June   13. 

Bechdolt,  William  P..  Portland,  Ind.  Heating  stove.  No. 
1,410,792  ;   Mar.  28. 

Becher,  James  A.,  Chicago,  111.  Screw-cutting  machine. 
No.    1,420,013 ;    June    20. 

Becher,  Theodor,  Gustavsburg,  assignor  to  Machinenfabrik 
Augsburg-Nuernberg  A.  G.,  Nuernberg,  Germany.  Seg- 
ment gate.     No.  1,422,076  ;  July  11. 

Becherer,  Gustav,  Belleville,  111.  Lock.  No.  1,411,401  ; 
Apr.  4. 

Bechman,  Henry  F.,  Battle  Creek,  Mich.,  assignor,  by 
mesne  assignments,  to  Detroit  Trust  Company,  trustee. 
Four-page-width  tubular  plate  press.  No.  i, 431,454  ; 
Oct.   10. 

Bechman,  Henry  F.,  Battle  Creek,  Mich.,  assignor,  by 
mesne  assignments,  to  Detroit  Trust  Company,  trustee. 
Rotary  web-printing  press.     No.  1.437,707  ;  Dec.  5. 

Bechstein.  Carl  A.,  and  E.  E.  Kornitz,  Milwaukee,  Wis. 
Apparatus  for  drying  leather.     No.  1,438,355  ;  Dec.  12. 

Bechtold,  William  S.,  Newark,  N.  J.  Band  comb.  No. 
1,406.819;  Feb.  14. 

Bechtold,  William  S..  Newark,  N.  J.  Article  of  manufac- 
ture.    No.  1,435,911  ;  Nov.   21. 

Beck,  Albert,  assignor  to  McGill  Ticket  Punch  Company, 
Chicago,  111.     Punch.     No.  1,417,488  ;  May  30. 

Beck.  Andrew  F.,  Manitowoc,  Wis.  Tire  and  rim  manipu- 
lating  appliance.      No.    1,402,471  ;   Jan.   3. 

Beck.  Andrew  L.,  Orlando,  Fla.  Lumber  calculator.  No. 
1,439,938  ;  Dec.  26. 

Beck,  Aubrey  J.,  Erie,  Pa.  Rail  joint  No.  1,438,356; 
Dec.  12. 

Beck,  Charles  F.,'  Newark,  N.  J.,  assignor,  by  mesne  as- 
signments, to  E.  Clein,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Comb.  No. 
1.434.185;    Oct.    31. 

Beck,  Charles  J.,  Waterbury,  Conn.,  assignor  to  The  Shoe 
Hardware  Company.  Core  vent  and  support.  No. 
1,413.566;  Apr.  25. 

Beck  Duplicator  Company,  The.  (See  Danheiser,  T., 
and    Fecher,    assignors.) 

Beck,  George,  Detroit,  Mich.,  assignor  to  American  Hom- 
iny Company,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Cooked  cereal  food 
and  preparing  the  same.     No.  1,435.794  ;  Nov.  14. 

Beck,  George  E.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Separator  for  storage- 
battery   plates.     No.    1,422,815  ;   July   18. 

Beck.  George  E.,  Cleveland,  Ohio,  and'T.  E.  Kirkpatrick. 
Lake  Worth,  Fla.  Conduit  support.  No.  1,419,536 ; 
June   13. 

Beck,  James  H.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Mergen- 
thaler  Linotype  Company.  Justifying"  spacer  or  space 
band.     No.   1.424,870  :  Aug.  8. 

Beck,  John.  Ashland,  Wis.  Refrigerator.  No.  1,439,678  ; 
Dec.   19.  ' 

Beck,  John  E.     (See  Flink,  C.  E.,  Beck,  and  01son.> 

Beck,  Roy  L.,  Trenton,  Mo.  Water  pump  for  tractors. 
No.  1,406,524  :  Feb.   14. 

Beck,  Simon,  Ratlulrum,  Idaho.  Agitator  for  washing  ma- 
chines.    No.  1,415,768  ;  May  9. 

Beck,  Wesley  J.,  and  J.  A.  Aupperle.  assignors  to  The 
American  Rolling  Mill  Company,  Middletown,  Ohio. 
Coated   iron-alloy  material.     No.  1,434,081  ;   Oct.   31. 

Beck,  William  A.,  assignor  to  St.  Mary  College,  Society 
of  Mary.  Province  of  Cincinnati.  Dayton.  Ohio.  Illumi- 
nating device  for  microscopes.    No.  1,427,714;  Aug.  29. 


Becker,  Adolph,  Wheeling,  W.  Ara.  Matrix  and  distributing 
apparatus  for  type-casting  machines.  No.  1.422,333 ; 
July  11. 

Becker,  Alfred  T.,  Highland,  111.  Chain  lock.  No. 
1,414,065  ;  Apr.  25. 

Becker.  Allen  J.,  Essex  Fells,  N.  J.  Carboy  carrier.  No. 
1,429, 21S  ;   Sept.   19. 

Becker,  Allen  J.,  Essex  Fells,  N.  J.  Carboy  carrier.  No. 
1.435,795  ;  Nov.  14. 

Becker,  August  M.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  M.  Steinthal. 
New  York,  N.  Y.  Machine  for  coating  webs  with  ad- 
hesives.      No.   1,435,197 ;   Nov.   14. 

Becker.  Benjamin  H.,  deceased,  H.  Becker,  executrix,  and 
J.  Ciesla,  Chicago,  111.  Soap-packing  machine.  No. 
1.439.395  ;  Dec.   19. 

Becker,  Benjamin  V.,  et  al.,  trustees.  (See  Stephenson, 
Leigh  J.,  assignor.) 

Becker,  Christopher  A.,  Nutley,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  The 
Torsion  Balance  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Balance. 
No.  1,404,426;  Jan.  24. 

Becker,  Erich,  Kladno,  Germany,  and  R.  Suchoparek, 
Krocihlavy,  near  Kladno,  Czecho-Slovakia.  Process  and 
apparatus  for  the  manufacture  of-  crank  shafts.  No. 
1,414,108  ;  Apr.  25. 

Becker,  Frank  A.,  and  A.  P.  Andlauer,  Kansas  City,  Mo. 
Riveting  tool.     No.   1,417,711  ;   May   30. 

Becker,  George,  Scranton,  Pa.  Safety  paper.  No.  1,431,903  : 
Oct.  10. 

Becker,  Harry  E.     (See  Robertson,  W.  J.,  and  Becker.') 

Becker,  Hattie,  executrix.    (See  Becker,  B.  H.,  and  Ciesia.> 

Keeker,  Henry.      (See  Wright,  M.,  and  Becker.) 

Becker,  John  A.,  Nampa.  Idaho.  Egg  breaker  and  sepa- 
rator.   No.  1,409,649  ;  Mar.  14. 

Becker,  John  F.,  Toledo,  Ohio.  Separable  fastener.  No. 
1,419,104  ;  June  6. 

Becker,  John  H.,  assignor  to  Warp  Twisting-In  Machine 
Company,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Warp  twisting-in  machine. 
No.  1,403,067 ;   Jan.   10. 

Becker,  John  H.,  assignor  to  Warp  Twisting-In  Machine 
Company,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Warp-twisting-in  machine. 
No.   1,424,276;   Aug.   1. 

Becker,  Joseph,  assignor  to  The  Koppers  Company,  Pitts- 
burgh, Pa.  Coke  oven  structure.  No.  1,404,336 ; 
Jan.  24. 

Becker,  Joseph,  assignor  to  The  Koppers  Company,  Pitts- 
burgh, Pa.  Coke-oven  smoke-flue  carriage.  No. 
1,410,447  ;   Mar.  21. 

Becker,  Joseph,  assignor  to  The  Koppers  Company.  Pitts- 
burgh, Pa.  Coke  -  oven  -  door  -  lifting  macBine.  No. 
1,411,262  ;  Apr.  4. 

Becker,  Joseph,  assignor  to  The  Koppers  Company.  Pitts- 
burgh, Pa.  Coking  ■  retort  oven.  No.  1,416,322; 
May   16 

Becker.  Martin  D..  Elkhart,  Ind.  Pneumatic  chuck.  No. 
1,430,050  ;  Sept.  26. 

Becker,  Paul,  assignor  to  Firm  of  Carl  Zeiss,  Jena,  Ger- 
many. Device  for  temporarily  converting  a  continuous 
ray  pencil  into  an  intermittent  one.  No.  1,424,334 ; 
Aug.  1. 

Becker,  Rudolph,  Roselle  Park,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  The 
Singer  Manufacturing  Company.  Thread  cutter.  No. 
1,422,407  ;  July  11. 

Becker,  Rudolph,  Roselle  Park,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  The 
Singer  Manufacturing  Company.  Straw-braid-sewing 
machine.     No.  1,429,309  ;  Sept.  19. 

Becker,  Rudolph,  Roselle  Park,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  The 
Singer  Manufacturing  Company.  Machine  for  stitching 
sweatbands  in  hats.     No.  1,430.530  ;  Oct.  3. 

Becker,  Rudolph  D.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Drawing  instru- 
ment.    No.   1,411,151  ;  Mar.  28. 

Becker,  Walter  S.,  assignor  to  Little  Falls  Fibre  Company, 
Little  Falls,  N.  Y.  Lapping  machine.  No.  1,421,059; 
July   4. 

Beckers,  Caspar  F.  A.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Ha  track.  No. 
1,403,004  ;  Jan.  10. 

Beckers,  Gustav,  Crefeld,  and  F.  Le  Hanne,  Benrath,  near 
Dusseldorf,  Germany.  Reed  for  looms.  No.  1,433.525  ; 
Oct.   31. 

Becket,  Frederick  M.,  Niagara  Falls,  N.  Y.  Purifying 
tin-bearing  ferrotungsten.     No.  1,429,272  ;    Sept.   19. 

Becket,  Frederick  M.,  assignor  to  Electro  Metallurgical 
Company,  Niagara  Falls,  N.  Y.  Zirconium  alloy  and 
making  same.     No.  1,425,572  ;  Aug.  15. 

Becket.  Frederick  M..  Niagara  Falls.  N.  Y..  assignor  to 
Electro  Metallurgical  Company.  Treating  tin-bearing 
tungsten  ores.     No.  1,431,559  :  Oct.  10. 

Becket,  Frederick  M.,  and  J.  A.  Holladay,  assignors  to 
Electro  Metallurgical  Company,  Niagara  Falls.  N.  Y. 
Obtaining  molybdenum  or  alloys  thereof.  No.  1,403,477  : 
Jan.  17. 

Beckett,  Aden,  Long  Island  City,  N.  Y.  Oven-loading 
device.     No.  1,429.559 ;    Sept.   19. 

Beckett,  Jacie,  Columbus,  Ohio.  Fireplace.  No.  1,429, 1S4  ; 
Sept.  12. 

Beckett,  John  R.,  Somerville,  Mass.  Thread-milling  at- 
tachment for  lathes.     No.  1,414,853  ;  May  2. 

Beckett,  Miles  W.,  Mount  Vernon,  Ark.  Flytrap.  No. 
1,413,155  ;  Apr.  18. 

Beckham,  John,  Austin,  Tex.  Fire  preventer  for  moving- 
picture  machines.     No.  1,419,206  ;  June  13. 

Beckley,  Major  II.  E.,  assignor  to  A.  J.  Nystrom  &  Co., 
Chicago,  111.  Geographical  globe.  No.  1,419,604  ; 
June  13. 


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Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


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Beckley-Ralston  Company,  The.  (See  Bockius,  Walter  A., 
assignor.) 

Beeklev,  Theodore  B.,  New  Orleans,  La.  Collar  button  and 
clasp.    No.  1,421,148  ;  June  27. 

Beckman,  Amanda,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Curtain  rod.  No. 
1,419,207;  June  13. 

Beckman,  Bernard  C,  Naperville,  and  A.  O.  Herzog,  La 
Grange,  111.,  assignors  to  Beckman-Dawson  Roofing  Com- 
pany. Apparatus  for  the  manufacture  of  tapered  as- 
phalt shingles.     No.   1,412,828  ;  Apr.  18. 

Beckman,  Clarence  A.     (See  Davis,  R.  J.,  and  Beckman.) 

Beckman-Dawson  Roofing  Company.  (See  Beckman,  B.  C, 
and  Herzog,  assignors.) 

Beckman,  Edward  M.,  Gary,  Ind.  Pneumatic  tire.  No. 
1.415,140  ;  May  9. 

Beckman,  Frank  E.,  Haverhill,  Mass.,  assignor  to  United 
Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Making 
soles.     No.  1,434,521  ;  Nov.  7. 

Beckmann,  Carl.      (See  Anderson,  E.  D.,  and  Beckmann.) 

Beckmann,  Carl,  assignor  to  E.  D.  Anderson,  Inc.,  New 
York,  N.  Y.  Packaging  machine.  No.  1,406,165 ; 
Feb.  14. 

Beckwith  Company,  The.  (See  Howes,  George  W.,  as- 
signor.) 

Beckwith,  Grove  R.     (See  Burke,  C.  E.,  and  Beckwith.) 

Beckwith,  Henry  C,  assignor  to  The  John  F.  Byers  Ma- 
chine, Ravenna,  Ohio.  Hoisting  mechanism.  No. 
1,431,090  ;  Oct.   3. 

Beckwith-O'Neill  Company.  (See  O'Neill,  Eugene  F., 
assignor.) 

Beckwith.  Raymond  A.,  assignor  to  National  Brake  & 
Electric  Company,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Cylinder-head  con- 
struction.    No.  1,430.051  ;  Sept.  26. 

Beckwith,  Walter  C,  Fostoria.  Ohio.  Bank  vault  and 
safe   protector.     No.   1,408,494  ;  Mar.   7. 

Beckwith,  Walter  C,  Fostoria,  Ohio.  Safe-protecting  de- 
vice.    No.  1,408.495  ;  Mar.  7. 

Beckworth,  Otto  Q.,  and  O.  J.  Hobson,  Chicago,  111.,  as- 
signors, by  mesne  assignments,  to  Anhydrous  Food  Prod- 
ucts Company.  Process  and  apparatus  for  dehydrating. 
No.  1,420,679  ;  June  27. 

Beddingfield,  John  A.,  Fort  Valley,  Ga.  Automobile  tire 
rim.    No.  1,408,164  ;  Feb.  28. 

Beddingfield,  John  A.,  Fort  Valley,  Ga.  Automobile  tire 
rim.    No.  1,408,165  ;  Feb.  28. 

Beddoes,  Hubert,  Florence,  S.  C.  Pumping  system.  No. 
1,415,709  ;  May  9. 

Bedell,  William  E.,  Montpelier,  Idaho.  Anvil.  No.  1,431,868  ; 
Oct.  10. 

Bedford,  Clayton  W.,  and  R.  L.  Sibley,  assignors  to  The 
Goodyear  Tire  &  Rubber  Company,  Akron,  Ohio.  Vul- 
canizing caoutchouc.     No.  1.406.717  ;  Feb.  14. 

Bedford,  Clayton  W.,  and  R.  L.  Sibley,  assignors  to  The 
Goodyear  Tire  &  Rubber  Company,  Akron,  Ohio.  Thio- 
carbanilide  derivatives  in  the  vulcanization  of  caout- 
chouc.   No.  1,406,718  ;  Feb.  14. 

Bedford,  Clayton  W.,  and  R.  L.  Sibley,  assignors  to  The 
Goodyear  Tire  &  Rubber  Company,  Akron,  Ohio.  Manu- 
facture of  thiocarbanilide  for  vulcanization  of  caout- 
chouc.    No.  1.406,719  ;  Feb.  14. 

Bedford,  Clayton  W.,  assignor  to  The  Goodyear  Tire  & 
Rubber  Company,  Akron,  Ohio.  Vulcanizing  caoutchouc. 
No.  1,418,772  ;  June  6. 

Bedford,  Clayton  W..  and  R.  L.  Sibley,  assignors  to  The 
Goodyear  Tire  &  Rubber  Company,  Akron,  Ohio.  Vul- 
canizing caoutchouc.     No.  1,418,771  ;  June  6. 

Bedford.  Elisabeth,  M.  E.  J.,  et  al.  (See  Schnetzer,  Karl, 
assignor.) 

Bedford,  George,  Toronto,  Ontario,  Canada.  Player- 
piano  action.     No.  1,419,349  ;  June  13. 

Bedford,  George,  Toronto,  Ontario,  Canada.  Registering 
device  for  player-piano  music  rolls.  No.  1,434,186 ; 
Oct.   31. 

Bedford.  Louise,  Mount  Pleasant,  Iowa.  Snowplow.  No. 
1.415.979;   May   16. 

Bedford,  Percy  L..  assignor  to  S.  Mordan  and  Company, 
Limited,  London,  England.  Pencil  holder  or  case.  No. 
1.434.1S7  ;  Oct.  31. 

Bedgood.  Hubert  O.,  Glasgow,  assignor  to  Lobnitz  &  Com- 
pany Limited.  Renfrew,  Scotland.  Subaqueous  rock- 
cutting  apparatus.     No.  1,432,828  ;  Oct.  24. 

Bednar,  Louis,  Westville,  111.  Combined  automobile 
bumper  and  wheel  lock.'    No.  1,432,656  ;  Oct.  17. 

Bednar,  Louis,  Westville,  111.  Combined  automobile 
bumper  and  wheel  lock.     No.  1,432,657  ;  Oct.  17. 

Bednar,  Louis.  Westville.  and  J.  Jasus,  Catlin,  111.  Faucet 
for  barrels.     No.  1,416.779:  May  23. 

Bedwin,  Clark  D.,  Long  Beach,  Calif.  Water  heater.  No. 
1,421,149  ;  June  27. 

Bee,  William  E.,  assignor  to  Palmer-Bee  Company,  De- 
troit. Mich.     Trolley.     No.  1.408,248  ;  Feb.  28. 

Bee,  William  E.,  and  W.  E.  Simpson,  assignor  to  Palmer- 
Bee  Company,  Detroit,  Mich.  Trolley.  No.  1,428,934; 
Sept.  12. 

Beebe,  Bertha  N.     (See  Beebp.  Nathan  S.,  assignor.) 
Beebe,  Byron  L.,  Wellington,  Kans.     Application  of  power. 

No.  1,429,122;  Sept.  12. 
Beebe,    Eugene    F.,    Minneapolis,    Minn.     Wringer.     No. 

1,406,436  ;   Feb.  14. 
Beebe,   Engene   F.,   Minneapolis,   Minn.      Clothes   wringer. 

No.   1,429,318 ;    Sept.    19. 
Beebe,    Eugene    F..    Minneapolis,    Minn.      Wringer.      No. 

1.438,626;  Dec.  12. 


Beebe,  Eugene  F.,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Washing  machine. 
No.   1,438,683  ;  Dec.   12. 

Beebe,  Eugene  F.,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Clothes  wringer. 
No.   1,440,205  ;   Dec.   26. 

Beebe,  John  A.,  assignor  of  one-fourth  to  P.  A.  Greaves, 
Omaha,  Nebr.  Dumping  mechanism  for  trucks.  No. 
1,422,077;  July  11. 

Beebe,  Nathan  S.,  assignor  to  B.  N.  Beebe,  Kansas  City, 
Mo.     Pan  lifter.     No.   1,431,560  ;  Oct.   10. 

Beebe,   Norman   H.      (See  Duvall,    G.   W.,   and   Beebe.) 

Beebee,  Martin,  assignor  to  S.  C.  McLouth,  Marine  City, 
Mich.     Motor  boat.     No.  1,431,924  ;  Oct.  17. 

Beech,  Alexander  C,  West  Pullman,  111.,  assignor  to  K. 
Pickard,  Allendale,  Northumberland,  England.  Trac- 
tion device.     No.  1,413,891 ;  Apr.  25. 

Beech-Nut  Packing  Company.  (See  Weill,  M.  K.,  and  Cor- 
nell, assignors.) 

Beecher,  Eugene  L.,  New  Haven,  Conn.  Internal-com- 
bustion   engine.      No.    1,405,093 ;    Jan.    31. 

Beecher,  Milton  F.,  assignor  to  Norton  Company,  Worces- 
ter,  Mass.     Safety-tread  tile.     No.  1,439,285  ;  Dec.   19. 

Beecher,  Milton  F.,  assignor  to  Norton  Company,  Worces- 
ter, Mass.  Bonded  alumina  refractories.  No.  1,439,286  ; 
Dec.  19. 

Beechler,  Roy  G.,  assignor  to  Vulcan  Motor  Axle  Cor- 
poration, Detroit,  Mich.  Spring  perch.  No.  1,439, 7S7  ; 
Dec.  26. 

Beechler,  Roy  G.,  assignor  to  Vulcan  Motor  Axle  Cor- 
poration. Detroit,  Mich.  Steering-gear  connection. 
No.  1,439,788  ;  Dec.  26. 

Beechwood,  G.  E.,  et  al.    (See  Smith,  William  B.,  assignor.) 

Beecken.  Charles,  New  York,  N.*Y.  Rope  clamp.  No. 
1,421,385  ;  July  4. 

Beede,  Herbert  G.,  Pawtucket,  R.  I.  Textile  twisting  ma- 
chine.    No.  1,403,832  ;  Jan.  17. 

Beedham,  Albert,  Calgary,  Alberta,  Canada.  Clamping  de- 
vice for  holding  cans,  jars,  bottles,  etc.  No.  1,409,650  ; 
Mar.  14. 

Beeghly,  Lloyd,  Wauwatosa,  Wis.  Cylinder  for  internal- 
combustion  engines.    No.  1,409,518  ;  Mar.  14. 

Beehler  Steel  Products  Company.  (See  Goessling,  F.  W. 
and  Garrett,  assignors.) 

Beehler,  William  H.,  Baltimore,  Md.  Canopy.  No 
1,414,616;  May  2. 

Beem,  Harry  W.,  Batavia,  111.  Hanger  for  porch  swings 
No.  1,439,396  ;  Dec.  19. 

Beeman,  Cornelius  J.,  Akron,  Ohio.  Door  structure.  No 
1,411,561;  Apr.  4. 

Beeman,  Edwin  R.,  assignor  to  Beeman  Tractor  Com 
pany,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Traction  machine.  No 
1,419,605;  June  13. 

Beeman,  Edwin  R.,  assignor  to  Beeman  Tractor  Com 
pany,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Wheel.  No.  1,425,073 
Aug.  8. 

Beeman  Tractor  Company.  (See  Beeman,  Edwin  R.,  as- 
signor.) 

Beeman  Tractor  Company.     (See  Mader,  Joseph,  assignor.) 

Beeman  Tractor  Company.  (See  Phelps,  Spencer  II.,  as- 
signor.) 

Beeman,  Walter  E.,  Laporte,  Ind.  Demountable  rim.  No. 
1,423,176 ;    July    18. 

Beemer,  Clarence  A.,  Westfield,  N.  J.  Curtain  fastener. 
No.    1,420,177 ;    June   20. 

Beemer,  George  S.,  Meeker,  Colo.  Hav  stacker.  No. 
1,405,059;  Feb.  7. 

beemer,  Jasper  A.,  Astoria,  Oreg.  Signal  for  motor-driven 
vehicles.     No.  1,419,105  ;  June  6. 

Beeneck,  Joseph  S.,  Nanticoke,  Pa.  Miner's  blasting  bat- 
tery-    No.  1,408.435  ;  Mar.  7. 

Beer,  Harry,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Cargo  light.  No.  1,403,935  ; 
Jan.  17. 

Beer,  Levi  W.,  assignor  to  Roderick  Lean  Manufacturing 
Company,  Mansfield,  Ohio.  Pivot-axle  cultivator.  No. 
1.411.152  ;  Mar.  28. 

Beers.  Frederick,  New  Rochelle,  and  H.  L.  Powell,  as- 
signors to  National  Biscuit  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
Elevating    device.      No.    1,422,816 ;    July    18. 

Beers,  Frederick,  New  Rochelle,  and  H.  L.  Powell,  New 
York,  N.  Y.,  assignors  to  National  Biscuit  Company, 
New  York,  N.  Y.    Drier  or  oven.    No.  1,422,817  ;  July  18. 

Beers,  Frederick,  New  Rochelle,  and  H.  L.  Powell,  as- 
signors to  National  Biscuit  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
Apparatus  for  coating  cakes,  etc.  No.  1,424,232 ; 
Aug.  1. 

Beers,  Henry  S.,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor,  by  mesne  as- 
signments, to  Air-O-Mix.  Incorporated.  Aerating  and 
mixing  device.     No.  1,417,883  ;  May  30. 

Beers,  Louis  E.,  Wilkinsburg,  Pa.  Ice-rut  remover  for 
vehicles.     No.   1,419,350;   June   13. 

Beers.  Roy  R.,  Alva,  Okla.  Concrete  mixer.  No. 
1,405,707  ;  Feb.  7. 

Beetem,  Frank  G.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Suspension  for  train- 
lighting  dynamos.     No.  1,415,083  ;  May  9. 

Beggs,  Carl  T.,  Long  Beach,  Calif.  Polishing  machine. 
No.   1,425,829;   Aug.   15. 

Beggs,  Charles  A.,  Rice  Lake,  Wis.  Hot-air  furnace. 
No.  1,414,395  ;  May  2. 

Be  Gole,  James,  assignor  to  Packard  Motor  Car  Company, 
Detroit,  Mich.  Hydrocarbon  motor.  No.  1,437,708 ; 
Dec.   5. 

Behan.  Charles  D.,  and  G.  G.  Perrv,  Stigler,  Okla.  Re- 
frigerator.     No.   1,434,522  ;  Nov.   7. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 

Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Behan,  Thomas  W.,  Binghamton,  N.  Y.  Ironing  machine. 
No.   1,433,980;  Oct.  31. 

Behie,  John  W.,  Snoqualmie  Falls,  assignor  of  one-half 
to  O.  Aschim,  King  County,  Wash.  Line  rigging.  No. 
1.432,096;  Oct.  17. 

Behling,  William  F.,  Elgin,  111.  Spare-tire  carrier.  No. 
1,410,448  ;  Mar.  21. 

Behn,  Adolph,  and  J.  G.  Schmitt,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Inter- 
nal-combustion motor.     No.   1,423,073  ;  July   18. 

Behneman,  Frederick  J.,  San  Francisco,  and  H.  S.  Rex- 
worthy,  Sunnyvale,  Calif.  Rod  mill.  No.  1,414,768 ; 
May  2. 

Behr,  Claus  F.  Y.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Device  for  repose. 
No.  1,409,212  ;  Mar.  14. 

Behr,  Emil  E.,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Amusement  device.  No. 
1.435,045  ;    Nov.   7. 

Behr,  Henry,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Folding  bassinette.  No. 
1,424,796;  Aug.  8. 

Behrens,  Henry,  Peshtigo,  Wis.  Engine  stand  and  burning- 
in  machine.     No.  1,420,074  ;  June  20. 

Behrman,  Marcus  B.,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  The 
Lox  Seal  Corporation,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Safety  razor. 
No.  1,403,936  ;  Jan.  17. 

Behrman,  Marcus  B.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y..  assignor  to  The 
Lox  Seal  Corporation,  North  Bergen,  N.  J.  Safety 
razor.     No.   1,432,949  ;  Oct.  24. 

Beidelman,  Samuel.     (See  Stephenson,  Axel  G.,  assignor.) 

Beidler,  George  C,  Rochester,  N.  Y.  Method  of  and  ap- 
paratus for  developing  films.     No.  1,414,769  ;  May  2. 

Beier,  Frank  J.,  assignor  to  The  Shotwell  Manufacturing 
Company.  Chicago,  111.  Apparatus  for  popping  corn. 
No.  1,431,438:  Oct.  10. 

Beil,  John  L.,  Galena,  111.  Adjustable  rail  brace.  No. 
1,407,368;  Feb.  21. 

Beilharz,  Carl  E.,  Joliet,  assignor  to  Wm.  E.  Pratt  Mfg. 
Company,  Chicago,  111.  Mousetrap.  No.  1,414,066; 
Apr.  25. 

Beisel,  William  J.,  Port  Richmond,  N.  Y.  Spring  wheel. 
(Reissue.)      No.   15,371 ;  June  6. 

Beisel,  William  J.,  Port  Richmond,  N.  Y.  Spring  wheel. 
No.  1,440,128:  Dec.  26. 

Beiser,  Charles  W.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Toy  small  arm.  No. 
1,406,820;   Feb.  14. 

Beiser,  Charles  W.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Moistener  for  stamps, 
envelopes,  tape,  etc.    No.  1,429.058  ;  Sept.  12. 

Beiser,  George  W.      (See  Maurer,  J.  F.,  and  Beiser.) 

Beistle,  Martin  L.,  Shippensburg,  Pa.  Tissue-paper  orna- 
ment.    No.  1,414,006  ;  Apr.  25. 

Beiswenger,  Karl  H.,  Jackson,  Mich.  Take-up  device  for 
moving  picture  film  reels.     No.  1,408,249  ;  Feb.  28. 

Beiswinger.  William  C,  and  R.  F.  Morgan,  assignors  to 
W.  H.  Nicholson  &  Co.,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa.  Electrode 
holder.     No.   1,425,440  :   Aug.   8. 

Beitzell,  August  F.,  and  B.  D.  Weikert,  assignors  of  one- 
third  to  C.  B.  Wheltle,  Baltimore,  Md.  Power-transmis- 
sion means.     No.   1,405,479  :   Feb.  7. 

Bekelite  Corporation.     (See  Baekeland,  Leo  IT.,  assignor.) 

Belair,  Joseph  A.  P.,  assignor  of  one-fourth  to  J.  J.  Mac- 
Donald  and  one-fourth  to  R.  M.  Scott,  Montreal,  Que- 
bec,  Canada.     Oil  burner.     No.  1,438,684  ;  Dec.  12. 

Belanger,  Severen,  Provemont,  Mich.  Railway  tie.  No. 
1.412.648  ;  Apr.   11. 

Belber  Trunk  &  Bag  Company,  The.  (See  Grube,  George 
F.,  assignor.) 

Belber  Trunk  &  Bag  Company,  The.  (See  Slattery,  Wil- 
liam H.,  assignor.) 

Belcher  Aerial  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Belcher, 
Osmond  T.,  assignor.) 

Belcher,  Donald.  (See  Eustis,  F.  A.,  Hayward,  Schleicher, 
and    Belcher.) 

Belcher,  Harold  J.,  Algiers,  La.  Picture-projecting  ma- 
chine.    No.  1,440.330  ;  Dec.  26. 

Belcher,  James  A.,  Tacoma,  Wash.  Emergency  tire  shoe. 
No.   1,432,097  ;   Oct.  17. 

Belcher,  Mark,  assignor  of  one-third  to  G.  H.  Davis, 
West  Columbia,  Tex.  Oil-treating  mixer.  No.  1,417,965  ; 
May   30. 

Belcher,  Osmond  T.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  assignor  to 
Belcher  Aerial  Manufacturing  Company.  Wing-spar 
construction  for  aeroplanes.  No.  1,417.657;  May  30. 
Belcher,  Osmond  T.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  assignor  to 
Belcher  Aerial  Manufacturing  Company.  Fabricated 
covering  for  aeroplanes.     No.   1.426.626;   Aug.   22. 

Belcher,  Osmond  T..  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  assignor  to 
Belcher  Aerial  Manufacturing  Company.  Internal- 
brace  construction  for  aeroplanes.  No.  1,438,685 ; 
Dec.  12. 
Belcher,  Osmond  T.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  assignor  to 
Belcher  Aerial  Manufacturing  Company.  Aeroplane 
construction.  No.  1,438,686 :  Dec.  12. 
Belden.    Edward   H.,   Toledo,    Ohio.      Wheel   carrier.      No. 

1.404.002  ;  Jan.  17. 

Beldon,    Kdward    H.,    Toledo,    Ohio.     Tire    carrier.     No. 

1.404.003  ;  Jan.  17. 

Belden,  Edward  H.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
The  Willys-Overland  Company.  Toledo,  Ohio.  Vehicle 
spring  suspension.     No.  1,407,914  ;  Feb.  28. 

Belden.  Edward  II.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
The  Willys-Overland  Company,  Toledo.  Ohio.  Spring 
suspension  for  motor  vehicles.     No.  1,407.915  ;  Feb.  28. 

Belden,  Kdward  II..  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
Tlie  Willys-Overland  Company,  Toledo,  Ohio.  Spring 
suspension.     No.  1,407,916  ;  Feb.  2.K. 


Belden,  Edward  IL,  assignor  to  The  Willys-Overland  Com- 
pany, Toledo,  Ohio.  Spring  suspension  for  vehicles. 
No.  1,407,917  ;  Feb.  28. 

Belden,  Edward  H.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
The  Willys-Overland  Company,  Toledo,  Ohio.  Head- 
light.    No.    1,410,155 ;   Mar.   21. 

Belden,  Edward  H.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
The  Willys-Overland  Company,  Toledo,  Ohio.  Motor 
vehicle.      No.   1,421,757  ;   July  4. 

Belden,  Edward  H.,  assignor.,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
The  Willys-Overland  Company,  Toledo,  Ohio.  Spring 
suspension  for  vehicles.     No.  1,421,758  ;  July  4. 

Belden,  Edward  H.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
The  Willys-Overland  Company,  Toledo,  Ohio.  Spring 
suspension.    No.  1,421,759  ;  July  4. 

Belden,  Edward  H.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
The  Willys-Overland  Company,  Toledo,  Ohio.  Spring 
suspension  for  -vehicles.     No.  1,421,760;  July  4. 

Belden,  Edward  H.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
The  Willys-Overland  Company,  Toledo,  Ohio.  Power- 
transmitting  mechanism.     No.  1,421,761 ;  July  4. 

Belden,  Edward  H.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
The  Willys-Overland  Company,  Toledo,  Ohio.  Valve- 
operating  mechanism.     No.  1,434,188  ;  Oct.  31. 

Belden  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Tibbals,  Frank  A., 
assignor. ) 

Beier,  Adolf,  assignor  to  Troop  Manufacturing  Company, 
Pittsburgh,  Pa.     Gas  burner.     No.  1,420,405  ;  June  20. 

Belger,   Otto  A.      (See  Bohmer,   Max,   assignor.) 

Belgian  American  Coke  Ovens  Corporation.  (See  Goffart, 
Paul,  assignor.) 

Belgian  American  Coke  Ovens  Corporation.  (See  Piette, 
Olivier,   assignor.) 

Belke,  William  E.,  Chicago,  111.  Process  and  apparatus 
for   electroplating.      No.    1,426,141 ;    Aug.    15. 

Belknap,  Charles  H.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Cover  fastener.  No. 
1,409,815;  Mar.  14. 

Belknap,  Jess  F.,  Orange  Cove,  Calif.  Subsoiler.  No. 
1,403,937  ;  Jan.  17. 

Bell,  Alexander  G.,  Washington,  D.  C,  and  F.  W.  Bald- 
win, Baddeck,  Nova  Scotia,  Canada.  Hydrodrome,  hy- 
droaeroplane, and  the  like.     No.  1,410,874  ;  Mar.  28. 

Bell,  Alexander  G.,  Washington,  D.  C,  and  F.  W.  Bald- 
win, Baddeck,  Nova  Scotia,  Canada.  Hydrodrome,  hy- 
droaeroplane, and  the  like.     No.  1,410,875  ;  Mar.  28. 

Bell,  Alexander  G.,  Washington,  D.  C,  and  F.  W.  Bald- 
win. Baddeck,  Nova  Scotia,  Canada.  Hydrodrome,  hy- 
droaeroplane, and  the  like.     No.  1,410,876  ;  Mar.  28. 

Bell,  Alexander  G.,  Washington,  D.  C,  and  F.  W.  Bald- 
win, Baddeck,  Nova  Scotia,  Canada,  and  S.  S.  Breese. 
Southampton,  N.  Y.  Hydrodrome,  hydroaeroplane,  and 
the  like.     No.   1,410,S77  ;  Mar.  28. 

Bell,  Alfred.      (See  Lambert.  A.  L.,  and  Bell.) 

Bell,  Alonzo  E.,  Spokane,  Wash.  Combining  protractor 
and  beam  compass  in  one  drafting  tool.  No.  1,436,471 ; 
Nov.    21. 

Bell,  Alton  M.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  W.  D.  Bell,  Birming- 
ham, Ala.     Baseball  game.     No.  1,435.688  ;  Nov.  14. 

Bell,  Arthur.     (See  Oedell,  L.,  and  Bell.) 

Bell,  Clinton  L.,  Decatur,  111.  Hasp  lock.  No.  1,434,280  ; 
Oct.  31. 

Bell  Clip  Manufacturing  Co.  (See  Averill,  William  H., 
assignor.) 

Bell,  Earl  F.,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Quench  rotary  spark  gap. 
No.  1,418,518  ;  June  6. 

Bell,  Frederick,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Cold-water  paint  and 
making  same.     No.   1,438,627  ;   Dec.   12. 

Bell,  George  T.,  Columbus,  Ohio.  Window  construction. 
No.  1,413,377  ;  Apr.  18. 

Bell,  George  W.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Cushion  tire.  No. 
1,414,325  ;  Apr.  25. 

Bell,  Harry.     (See.Lenz,  E.  H.,  and  Bell.) 

Bell,  Harvey  W.,  Yonkers,  N.  Y.  Steam-generating  plant. 
No.  1,436,078  ;  Nov.  21. 

Bell,  Harvey  W.,  Yonkers,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  The  Beloyt 
Corporation,  Dover,  Del.  Spring  suspension.  No. 
1,427,185  ;   Aug.   29. 

Bell,  Harvey  W.,  Yonkers,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  The  Beloyt 
Corporation,  Dover,  Del.  Spring  connection.  No. 
1,427,186;   Aug.   29. 

Bell,  Harvey  W.,  Yonkers,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  The  Beloyt 
Corporation,  Dover,  Del.  Vehicle  suspension.  No. 
]. 427,933  ;    Sept.   5. 

Bell,  Harvey  W..  Yonkers.  and  H.  L.  Hoyt,  Jr.,  Great  Neck, 
N.  Y.     Friction-drive  mechanism.     No.  1,418,355  :  June  6. 

Bell,  Harvey  W.,  Yonkers,  and  H.  L.  Hoyt,  Jr.,  Great  Neck, 
N.  Y.     Spring  suspension.     No.  1,420,680  ;  June  27. 

Bell,  Harvey  W.,  Boundbrook.  N.  J.,  assignor  to  A.  C. 
Fraser,  trustee,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Steam  power  plant. 
No.   1,425,629 ;   Aug.   15. 

Bell,  Henry  V.,  Elmhurst,  Flushing,  N.  Y.  Combination 
circuit  controller.     No.  1.428,413;  Sept.  5. 

Bell,  James  A.,  et  al.      (See  Johnsen,  Sigfred,  assignor.) 

Bell  James  A.,  Bremerton,  Wash.  Optical  testing  appa- 
ratus.    No.  1,402,829  ;  Jan.  10. 

Bell,  James  A..  North  Rockhampton,  Queensland,  Aus- 
tralia. Folding  chair  interchangeable  for  use  as  chair 
or  back  support.     No.  1,409.810  ;  Mar.  14. 

Bell.  James  C.  assignor  of  one-half  to  R.  Clark,  Murray- 
ville,  111.  Holding  corset  stays  in  place.  No.  1,421,121  ; 
•Tune  27. 

Bell.  John  C,  Toccoa,  Ga.     Sign.     No.  1,429,273  ;  Sept.  19. 
Bell,    John    C.    Detroit,    Mich.      Cooking    utensil.      No. 
1,432,950;  Oct.  24. 


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Bell,  John  E.      (See  Isom,  E.  W.,  and  Bell.) 

Bell,  John  E..  New  York.  N.  Y.  Waste-heat  boiler  system. 
No.  1,408,972;   Mar.  7. 

Bell,  John  E.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Waste-heat  boiler-cleaning 
system.    No.  1,408,973  ;  Mar.  7. 

Bell,  John  E.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Utilizing  waste  heat  gases 
of  cement  kilns.     No.  1,421,386  ;  July  4. 

Bell,  John  E.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Waste-heat  economizer. 
No.   1,423,826;   July  25. 

Bell,  John  E.,  Brooklyn,  assignor  to  Power  Specialty  Com- 
pany, New  York,  N.  Y.  Superheater.  No.  1,409,651 ; 
Mar.  14. 

Bell,  John  E.,  Brooklyn,  assignor  to  Power  Specialty 
Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Oil  heater  for  topping  stills. 
No.  1,418,272  ;  June  6. 

Bell,  John  H.,  South  Orange,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Western 
Electric  Company,  Incorporated,.  New  York,  N.  Y.  Tele- 
graph system.    No.  1,403,833  ;  Jan.  17. 

Bell,  John  H.,  South  Orange,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Western 
Electric  Company,  Incorporated,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Tele- 
graph system.     No.  1,434,767;  Nov.  7. 

Bell,  Jborenzo  W.,  assignor  to  National  Grain  Savers  As- 
sociation, Carrollton,  Mo.  Grain-recovery  attachment 
for  thrashing  machines.     No.  1,412,333  ;  Apr.  11. 

Bell,  Louis,  West  Newton,  Mass.  Reflecting  telescope.  No. 
1,428,935  ;   Sept.  12. 

Bell,  Louis,  West  Newton,  assignor  to  E.  N.  Goding,  trus- 
tee, Newton,  Mass.  Projection  and  distribution  of  light. 
No.  1,428,936  ;  Sept.  12. 

Bell,  Louis,  assignor  to  E.  N.  Goding,  trustee,  Newton, 
Mass.     Light  projector.     No.  1.435,372 :  Nov.  14. 

Bell,  Louis,  West  Newton,  assignor  to  E.  N.  Gooding, 
trustee,  Newton,  Mass.  Light  projector.  No. 
1,438,628  ;   Dec.   12. 

Ben  Manufacturing  Co.  (See  Belling,  Bernard  A.,  as- 
signor.) 

Bell  Pump  Company.  (See  Larkin,  J.  .J.,  and  Gordon, 
assignors.) 

Bell,  Ravmond  T.,  Chicago,  111.  Pencil.  No.  1,427,999  ; 
Sept.  5. 

Bell,  Robert  J.,  Richmond,  Va.  Mat.  No.  1,425,830 ; 
Aug.  15. 

Bell,  Samuel  J.,  Springfield,  Mass.  Change-making  ma- 
chine.    No.   1,424,439  ;  Aug.   1. 

Bell.  Thomas  H.,  and  J.  G.  Schoenleber,  New  Y'ork,  N.  Y. 
Cleaning  apparatus.     No.  1,432,951 ;  Oct.  24. 

Bell,  Thomas  W.,  Portland,  Oreg.  Locking  mechanism. 
No.   1.427.934;   Sept.  5. 

Bell,  Thomas  W.,  Sistersville,  W.  "Va.  Well  drill  jar. 
No.    1.439,287 ;   Dec.    19. 

Bell,  Thomas  W.,  and  T.  C.  Rogers,  Sistersville,  W.  Va. 
Pipe  grip.     No.  1,404,084  ;  Jan.  17. 

Bell,  Thos.  D.     (See  Perry,  Ira  D.,  assignor.) 

Bell,  Walter  D.     (See  Bell.  Alton  M.,  assignor.) 

Bell,  William'A.,  Kenosha,  Wis.,  assignor  to  C.  M.  Hall 
Lamp  Company,  Detroit,  Mich.  Lamp  ring.  No. 
1,422,525;  July  11. 

Bell,  William  M.,  Portsmouth,  Ohio,  assignor  to  Whitaker- 
Glessner  Company,  Wheeling,  W.  "Va.  End  closure  for 
range  boilers  and  like  containers.  No.  1,430,000 ; 
Sept.  26. 

Bell  &  Howell  Company.  (See  Howell,  Albert  S.,  as- 
signor.) 

Bellamore.  David  H.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Disk  wheel.  No. 
1.410.986  :  Mar.  28. 

Bellamore,  David  IL,  New  York.  N.  Y..  and  T.  I.  S.  Boak. 
East  Orange,  N.  J.  ;  said  Boak  assignor  to  said  Bella- 
more.  Rim  construction  for  pressed-steel  wheels.  No. 
1,422,408  ;  July  11. 

Bellamore,  David  IL,  and  T.  I.  S.  Boak,  East  Orange, 
N.  J.,  assignors  to  Steel  Wheel  Corporation.  Making 
pressed-steel  vehicle  -wheels.     No.  1,423,747  ;  July  25. 

Bellamy,  Harry  T..  Oak  Park,  and  T.  Sweely.  Cicero,  111., 
assignors  to  Western  Electric  Company.  Incorporated, 
New  York,  N.  Y.  Glass  composition.  No.  1.415.980  ; 
May  16. 

Bellamy,  James  A.  H.,  Kansas  City,  Kans.  Folding  box. 
No.   1.433.062  :   Oct.   24. 

Bellar,  Charles  J.,  assignor  to  The  Cuyahoga  Parts  Com- 
pany, Cleveland,  Ohio.  Cement  spreader.  No. 
1.419,537;  June  13. 

Bellar,  Charles  J.,  assignor  to  The  Marvel  Equipment 
Company,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Grease  pump.  No. 
1.432.658  :  Oct.   17. 

Bellavoine,  Le8nce  H.     (See  Snellmg,  W..  and  Bellnvoine. ) 

Belleville,  William,  Leicester,  Mass.  Noncorrosive  steel 
alloy.     No.   1,424,612 ;   Aug.    1. 

Bellia,  Pier  G.     (See  Dughera,  Annibale,  assignor.) 

Belling,  Bernard  A.,  assignor  to  Bell  Manufacturing  Co., 
Beaver  Dam.  Wis.  Drinking  cup  for  stock.  No. 
1,405,478;  Feb.  7. 

Bollingham.  William  E..  Duluth.  Minn.  Automobile 
windshield    accessory.      No.    1,432,149 ;    Oct.    17. 

Bellingrath,  W.  D..  et  al.  (See  Soutullo,  Raymond  J., 
assignor.      (Reissue.) 

Bellis.  Frank,  Chicago,  111.  Electrical  connector.  No. 
1,411.263;  Apr  .4. 

Bellman,  Harry  H..  Reading,  Pa.  Bottle  receptacle.  No. 
1.433.107:  Oct.  24. 

Belloch.  Isaac,  New  Y'ork.  N.  Y.  Nonset  automatic  stop 
mechanism.     No.  1,429.059  :  Sept.  12. 

Bellon.  Henry.  Chicago,  111.    Die.    No.  1,429.219  ;  Sept.  19. 

Bellony,  Alexander  M.,  TT.  S.  Army.  Clamping  mechanism. 
No.  1,414,250;  Apr.  25. 


Bellony,  Alexander  M.,  U.  S.  Army.  Brake  mechanism. 
No.   1,424,440  ;  Aug.   1. 

Bellows,  Warren  S.,  Worcester,  Mass.  Wrench.  No. 
1,420,467;    June   20. 

Bellows,  Warren  S.,  Worcester,  Mass.  Hand  grip  for 
tools.     No.  1,433,114  ;  Oct.  24. 

Bell's  United  Asbestos  Company  Limited.  (See  Cann, 
J.  A.,  and  Burrows,  assignors.) 

Belluche,  Frank  R.,  assignor  to  United  Printing  Machinery 
Company,  Boston,  Mass.  Two-path  sheet  timing  and 
transferring  mechanism.    No.  1,406,603  ;  Feb.  14. 

Belmore,  Edwin,  Portland,  Oreg.  Automobile  table.  No. 
1,433,063;   Oct.   24. 

Beloyt  Corporation,  The.  (See  Bell,  Harvey  W.,  as- 
signor.) 

Belser,  Richard  B.     (See  Moise,  Harmon  D.,  assignor.) 

Belsey,  Walter  J.,  Helensburgh,  England.  System  for  elec- 
tric ship  propulsion.     No.   1,434,671 ;   Nov.   7. 

Belt,  Francis  A.,  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Calculating  machine. 
No.  1,415,297  ;  May  9. 

Belton,  William  A.  (See  Webb,  A.,  Belton,  and  Reing- 
pach.) 

Beltramini,  Louis,  Chicago,  111.  Nonseparating  rail  con- 
nection.    No.  1,413,378;  Apr.  18. 

Beltz,  Maurice  E.,  Buxton,  N.  Dak.  Chain-tightening  tool. 
No.    1,435,099;   Nov.  7. 

Belvel,  Leo  D.,  Lineville,  Iowa.  Poultry  feeder.  No. 
1.437,462;   Dec.   5. 

Belverge,  Armand  Y.     (See  Wread,  William  E.,  assignor.) 

Belville  Manufacturing  Co.,  The.  (See  Belville,  Martin, 
assignor.) 

Belville,  Martin,  assignor  to  The  Belville  Manufacturing 
Co.  Inc.,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Shoe-polishing  machine. 
No.   1,430.430:   Sept.   26. 

Beman,  Ralph,  Cleveland,  Ohio,  assignor  to  General  Elec- 
tric Company.  Gauge  for  lamps.  No.  1,424,067 ; 
July  25. 

Bement,  Nahum  C,  Rockford,  111.  Transmission  mecha- 
nism and  differential  gearing.     No.  1,409,994  ;  Mar.  21. 

Bement,  Nahum  C,  Rockford,  111.  Lug  for  tread  surfaces. 
No.   1,414,334  ;  May  2. 

Bement,  Nahum  C,  Rockford,  111.  Axle.  No.  1,418,613  : 
June  6. 

Benard,  Henri  L.  M.  J.,  Paris,  France.  Aerial  signal 
light.     No.  1,413,379  ;  Apr.   18. 

Benckstein,  Charles  IL,  "Vinton,  La.  Leak-proof  lower 
or  standing  valve.     No.  1,418.423  ;  June  6. 

Benda,  Louis,  Mainkur,  near  Frankfort-on-the-Main,  Ger- 
many, assignor  to  Leopold  Cassella  &  Co..  Gesellschaft 
mit  beschrankter  Haftung.  Arsenical  compound  of  the 
acridine  series  and  making  same.  No.  1,408,974 ; 
Mar.  7. 

Benda,  Louis,  Mainkur,  near  Frankfort-on-the-Main,  Ger- 
many, assignor  to  Leopold  Cassella  &  Co.  Gesellschaft 
mit  beschrankter  Haftung.  Compound  of  the  acridine 
scries  and  making  the  same.     No.  1,427,431 ;  Aug.  29. 

Benda,  Louis,  Mainkur,  near  Frankfort-on-the-Main,  Ger- 
many, assignor  to  Leopold  Cassella  &  Co.  Gesellschaft 
mit  beschrankter  Haftung.  Acridinium  compound  and 
making  the  same.     No.  1,427,432  ;  Aug.  29. 

Bender,  George  W.,  assignor  to  Mudge  &  Company,  Chi- 
cago, 111.     Air-intake  device.     No.   1.437,709  ;  Dec.   5. 

Bender,  Herman,  New  Y'ork,  N.  Y.  Skirt.  No.  1,437,218  ; 
Nov.  28. 

Bender,  Julius  L.,  Charlotte,  N.  C.  Shoe-polishing  stand. 
No.  1,438,687  :  Dec.  12. 

Bendernagel,  William  H.,  Brooklyn,  assignor  to  Western 
Electric  Companv,  Incorporated.  New  Y'ork,  N.  Y.  Sig- 
naling system.     No.  1.431,091 ;  Oct.  3. 

Bendernagel,  William  H.,  Queens,  assignor  to  Western 
Electric  Company,  Incorporated,  New  York.  N.  Y.  Tele- 
phone transmission  system.     No.  1.435,447;  Nov.  14. 

Bendix  Engineering  W7orks,  Inc.  (See  Bendix,  Vincent, 
assignor.) 

Bendix,  Vincent,  Chicago,  111.  Engine  starter.  No. 
1.404,711  ;  Jan.  24. 

Bendix,  Vincent,  assignor  to  Bendix  Engineering  Works, 
Inc.,  Chicago,  111.     Clutch.     No.  1.425,360  ;  Aug.  8. 

Bendmann,  Peter,  Frankfort-on-the-Main,  Germany. 
Electric   arrester.     No.   1,413,093 ;   Apr.   18. 

Benedetti,  Carlo,  A.  P.  Vanselow,  and  W.  Vanselow, 
Syracuse,  N.  Y.  Production  of  aromatic  aldehydes  and 
their  substitution  derivatives.     No.  1,405.261  ;  Jan.  31. 

Benedick,  Earnest  H..  assignor  of  one-tbird  to  I.  J.  Mc- 
Ginnis  and  one-third  to  E.  E.  Kincade.  Huntington, 
W.  Va.  Lock  for  spare  rims  and  tires.  No.  1,402,472  ; 
Jan.   3. 

Benedict,  Bernard,  assignor  to  National  Carbon  Company, 
Inc.,  New  Y'ork,  N.  Y.  Circuit  controller  for  flash  lights. 
No.   1,406,964;  Feb.  21. 

Benedict,  Frederick  S.,  Cranston,  R.  I.  Safety  guard. 
No.  1,432,098;  Oct.  17. 

Benedict,  Hershel  A.,  East  Orange,  and  E.  M.  Moller,  Jer- 
sey City,  N.  J.  Control  system  and  apparatus.  (Re- 
issue.)     No.    15,485 ;   Nov.    7. 

Benedict.  Hershel  A.,  East  Orange,  and  E.  M.  Moller,  Jer- 
sey City,  N.  J.  Control  apparatus.  No.  1,436,333; 
Nov.    21. 

Benedict,  Hershel  A.,  East  Orange,  and  E.  M.  Moller, 
Jersey  City,  N.  J.  Control  apparatus.  No.  1,436,334  ; 
Nov.  21. 

Benedict,  John  W.,  Grand  Ledge,  Mich.  Flour  feeder. 
No.   1,421,896;   July  4. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 

Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Benedict.  Maria  A.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Egg  carrier.  No. 
1,426, 24G  ;  Aug.   15. 

Benedict,  T.  N.,  Mfg.  Co.  (See  Hatzung,  Alexander,  as- 
signor.) 

Benedict,  T.  N.,  Mfg.  Co.  (See  Saunders,  Albert  F.,  as 
signor.) 

Benedict,  Theobald,  assignor  of  one-third  to  J.  Dietrich, 
New  York,  N.  Y.  Telephone  muffler.  No.  1,419,606 ; 
June   13. 

Benedict,  Walter  S.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Washing  machine. 
No.  1,413,825  ;  Apr.  25. 

Beneke  &  Knapf  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Rayfield, 
Charles  I,.,   assignor.) 

Beneke  &  Kropf  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Rayfield, 
Charles  L.,  assignor. ) 

Beneker.  .lav  C,  Seattle,  Wash.,  assignor  of  one-third  to 
F.  F.  Mcintosh.  Glen  Osborne,  and  one-third  to  W.  B. 
Skinkle,  Coraopolis,  Pa.  Manufacturing  steel.  No. 
,1,431.621  ;  Oct.  10. 

Benford,  Frank  A.,  Schenectady,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  General 
Electric  Company.  Searchlight  window.  No.  1,404,004  ; 
Jan.  17. 

Bon  lord,  Ralph  J.,  Johnstown,  Pa.  Automobile  bed. 
No.  1,410.731;  Mar.  28. 

Bengel,  William,  Newport,  Ark.  Plumb  and  level.  No. 
1,410,283  ;   Mar.  21. 

Bengtson.  Albin,  Luck,  Wis.  Adjustable  brace.  No. 
1,426,247;  Aug.  3  5. 

Bengue,  Jules,  Paris,  France.  Means  for  closing  glass 
bottles  for  chloride  of  ethyl  and  other  volatile  prod- 
ucts.    No.  1,414,169  ;  Apr.  25. 

Benham,  Oscar  C,  Decatur,  111.  Combined  shade  and  cur- 
tain fixture  for  windows.     No.   1,431,092  ;   Oct.  3. 

Benish,  Thomas  E.     (See  Clarke,  Justin  A.,  assignor.) 

Benjamin,  Bert  R.,  Oak  Park,  111.,  and  G.  M.  Merwin. 
Berwyn,  111.,  assignors  to  International  Harvester  Com- 
pany. Snapping  rolls  for  buskers  and  shredders.  No. 
1,418,424  ;  June  6. 

Benjamin,. Dana  H.,  assignor  to  H.  C.  Benjamin,  Cleveland 
Heights,  Ohio.  Reversing  mechanism  for  washing  ma- 
chines.     No.    1,403.285:    Jan.    10. 

Benjamin,  .Dana  H.,  Cleveland  Heights,  assignor  to  The 
American  Laundry  Machinery  Company,  Cincinnati, 
Ohio.  Garment-gloss-eliminating  press.  No.  1,409,652  ; 
Mar.  14. 

Benjamin,  Dana  H.,  Cleveland  Heights,  assignor  to  The 
American  Laundry  Machinery  Company,  Cincinnati, 
Ohio..  Apparatus  for  handling  starch  mixture.  No. 
1,418.273;  June  6. 

Benjamin.  Dana  II.,  Cleveland  Heights,  assignor  to  The 
American  Laundry  Machinerv  Company.  Cincinnati, 
Ohio.     Preparing  starch.     No.  1,418,274  ;  June  6. 

Benjamin,  Dana  II. ,  Cleveland  Heights,  assignor  to  The 
American  Laundry  Machinery  Company,  Cincinnati. 
Ohio.     Handling  starch  mixture.    No.  1,418.275  ;  June  6. 

Benjamin,  Dana  H.,  Cleveland  Heights,  and  A.  R.  Curtis, 
Cleveland,  assignors  to  S.  D.  Guggenheim,  Cleveland 
Heights,  Ohio.     Extractor.     No.  1,423.827  ;  July  25. 

Benjamin  Eastwood  Company.  (See  Wells,  William  S., 
assignor.) 

Benjamin  Eastwood  Company.  (See  Zeedyk,  William,  as- 
signor.) 

Benjamin,  Edward  O..  Newark,  N.  J.  Rubber  product  and 
making  the  same.     No.  1,409,275  ;  Mar.  14. 

Benjamin.  Edward  O.,  Newark,  N.  J.  Gasket,  packing,  etc. 
No.  1.409,276  ;  Mar.  14. 

Benjamin,  Edward  O.,  Newark,  N.  J.  Rubber  gaskets, 
packing,  etc.     No.  1,409,277  ;  Mar.  14. 

Benjamin  Electric  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Ben- 
jamin.  Reuben   B.,   assignor.) 

Benjamin  Electric  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Mueller. 
Ralph  S.,  assignor.) 

Benjamin,  George  IT.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Apparatus  for  dry- 
ing fruits,  vegetables,  and  other  substances.  No. 
1,415,010  :  May  9. 

Benjamin,  George  H.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Tunnel  kiln.  No. 
1,415.011:  May  9. 

Benjamin,  Harry  S..  assignor  to  Benjamin  Motor  Products 
Co.,  Detroit.  Mich.  Intake  manifold  for  internal-com- 
bustion engines.     No.  1.431.280;  Oct.  10. 

Benjamin.  Harry  S.,  assignor  to  Benjamin  Motor  Products 
Company.  Detroit.  Mich.  Intake  manifold  for  internal- 
combustion  engines.     No.  1.431.281:  Oct.  10. 

Benjamin,  Henrietta  C.  (See  Benjamin,  Dana  H.,  as- 
signor.) 

Benjamin,  Lionel,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Closure  for  car-door 
openings.     No.   1.413,702;  Apr.  25. 

Benjamin  Motors  Products  Co.  (See  Benjamin,  Harry  S., 
assignor.) 

Benj"min  Motors  Products  Co.  (See  Terry,  Frank  R.,  as- 
signor.) 

Benjamin,  Reuben  B.,  assignor  to  Benjamin  Electric 
Manufacturing  Company,  Chicago.  III.  Hand  portable 
electrical    receptacle.      No.    1.402,735;    Jan.    10. 

Benjamin.  Reuben  B.,  assignor  to  Benjamin  Electric  Man- 
ufacturing Company.  Chicago.  111.  Electrical  con- 
nector device.     No.  1,404,184 ;   Jan.  24. 

Benjamin,  Reuben  B.,  assignor  to  Benjamin  Electric 
Manufacturing  Company,  Chicago,  111.  Electrical  re- 
ceptacle.    No.  1,404.731  ;  Jan.  31. 

Benjamin.  Reuben  B.,  assignor  to  Benjamin  Electric  Man 
ufacturing  Company.  Chicago.  Til.  Combination  elec 
trie-light     fixture.       No.     1. 404, 732  :     Jan.     31. 


Benjamin,  Reuben  B.,  assignor  to  Benjamin  Electric  Man- 
ufacturing Company,  Chicago,  111.  Electric  fixture. 
No.  1,404,733;  Jan.  31. 

Benjamin,  Reuben  B.,  assignor  to  Benjamin  Electric 
Manufacturing  Company,  Chicago,  111.  Electrical  con- 
nector device.     No.  1,422,170;  July  11. 

Benjamin,  Reuben  B.,  assignor  to  Benjamin  Electric 
Manufacturing  Company,  Chicago,  111.  Electric  switch. 
No.    1,426,811  ;  Aug.   22. 

Benjamin,  Reuben  B.,  assignor  to  Benjamin  Electric 
Manufacturing  Company,  Chicago,  111.  Fuse  plug.  No. 
1,427,895  ;   Sept.  5. 

Benjamin,  Reuben  B.,  assignor  to  Benjamin  Electric  Manu- 
facturing Company,  Chicago,  111.  Electrical  connector 
device.     No-    1.431,622:  Oct.   10. 

Benjamin  &  Johnes.     (See  Roth,  Isidor,  assignor.) 

Benjamins,  Israel,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Belt  buckle.  No. 
1,407,185  ;  Feb.  21. 

Benjamins,  Israel,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Rim  and  tire  for 
automobile  and  other  wheels.     No.  1,422,818  ;  July  18. 

Benkiser.  Paul  A..  Cleveland.  Ohio.  Car-window-cleaning 
device.     No.  1,431,357;   Oct.    10. 

Benmayor,  Leon.     (See  Habib,  V.,  and  Benmayor.) 

Benner,  Henry  W.,  Bethlehem,  Pa.  Antirattler.  No. 
1,427,774  ;   Sept.  5. 

Benner,  Raymond  C.     (See  MacKenzie,  A.  A.,  and  Benner.) 

Benner,  Raymond  C,  Bayside,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Union 
Carbide  &  Carbon  Research  Laboratories,  Inc.  Stabi- 
lizing storage-battery  electrodes.  No.  1,439,994 ; 
Dec.  26. 

Benner,  Raymond  C,  and  II.  F.  French,  Fremont,  Ohio, 
assignor  to  National  Carbon  Company,  Inc.  Depolarizer 
for  primary  batteries.    No    1.415.S60  ;  May  16. 

Benner,  Raymond  C,  and  H.  F.  French,  Fremont.  Ohio., 
assignors  to  National  Carbon  Company,  Inc.  Electric 
hattery.     No.   1,425,573  ;   Aug.   15. 

Benner,  Raymond  C,  and  H.  F.  French,  Fremont,  Ohio, 
assignors  to  National  Carbon  Company,  Inc.  Dry  cell. 
No.  1,433,526  ;  Oct.  31. 

Benner,  Raymond  C,  and  H.  F.  French,  Fremont,  Ohio, 
assignors  to  National  Carbon  Company,  Inc.  Electric 
battery.     No.   1,438,084 ;   Dec.   5. 

Benner,  Raymond  C,  and  H.  F.  French,  Fremont,  Ohio, 
assignors  to  National  Carbon  Company,  Inc.  Electric 
battery.     No.   1,438,085 ;   Dec.   5. 

Benner,  Raymond  C,  and  H.  F.  French,  Fremont,  Ohio, 
assignors  to  National  Carbon  Company,  Inc.  High- 
voltage  copper-oxide  depolarizer.     No.  1,438,086  ;  Dec.  5. 

Bennet,  Charles  G.,  Rochester,  N.  Y.  Fireproof  lock  box 
No.  1,421,150  ;  June  27. 

Bennett,  Alan  M.     (See  Caldwell,  F.  S.,  and  Bennett.) 

Bennett,  Alan  M.,  W.  B.  Elliott,  and  W.  O'Blenis,  Westfield, 
N.  J.,  assignors,  by  mesne  assignments,  to  Burke  Elec- 
tric Company.  Arc-welding  system.  JMo.  1,415,012 ; 
May  9. 

Bennett,  Alexander,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.  Flying  machine.  No. 
1,408,496  :  Mar.  7. 

Bennett,  Arthur,  Hollinwood,  England.  Machine  for  splic- 
ing up  the  ends  of  cotton,  linen,  and  other  threads. 
No.  1,421.151 ;  June  27. 

Bennett,  Ashley  C,  assignor  to  I.  E.  Bennett,  Minne- 
apolis,   Minn.      Carbureter.      No.    1,430,001  :    Sept.    26. 

Bennett,  Charles  E.,  Atlanta,  assignor  to  The  Service  En- 
gineering Company.  Marietta,  Ga.  Current  interrupter. 
No.   1,420,515;   June  20. 

Bennett,  Charles  F.,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  Bennett 
Elastic  Web  Co.     Protector.     No.  1,420,361  ;  June  30. 

Bennett,  Charles  F.,  Waterloo,  Iowa.  Self-cleansing  cis- 
tern filter.     No.   1,433,254  ;  Oct.  24. 

Bennett,  Charles  H.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Manifold  and  carbu- 
retor.    No.   1,435,689  ;   Nov.   14. 

Bennett,  Charles  R.   .  (See  Comer.  John  J.,  assignor.) 

Bennett,  Charles  R.  (See  Holmstrom,  Frank,  jr.,  as- 
signor.) 

Bennett.  Clarence  W.,  New  York,  N.  Y.     Velocipede.     No. 

1.422.171  ;  July  11. 

Bennett,  Clarence  W.,  New  York,  N.  Y.     Velocipede.     No. 

1.422.172  ;   July  11. 

Bennett,  Edward  D.,  Pulaski,  N.  Y.  Felt-cleaning  device 
for  paper-making  machines.    No.  1,406,821  ;  Feb.  14. 

Bennett  Elastic  Web  Co.  (See  Bennett,  Charles  F.,  as- 
signor.) 

Bennett,  Frank  J.,  Cambridge,  Ohio.  Auxiliary  shield 
for  automobiles.     No.  1,410,987  ;  Mar.  28. 

Bennett,  George  A.,  Prahran,  and  F.  B.  A.  Kirsten,  Bal- 
wyn,  Melbourne,  Victoria.  Australia.  Renewable  or 
loose  leaf  book.    No.  1,406,166  ;  Feb.  14. 

Bennett,  George  W.,  Oak  Park,  assignor  to  J.  F.  Meyer, 
Chicago,  111*.  Moving-picture-exhibiting  machine.  No. 
1,426,344  ;  Aug.  22. 

Bennett,  Harold,  Bridgeton,  Mo.  Tow  bar  for  automobiles. 
No.    1,438,291  ;    Dec.    12. 

Bennett,   Hugh  J.      (See  Justice.  H.   H..  and  Bennett.) 

Bennett,  Irene  E.      (See  Bennett,  Ashley  C,  assignor.) 

Bennett,  Jackson  A.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Adjustable 
drainage  fitting  for  water  closets,  etc.  No.  1,410,526  ; 
Mar.  21. 

Bennett,  Jacob  E.,  Portland,  Oreg.  Machine  for  grinding 
sausage  meat.     No.  1,435,796  ;  Nov.  14. 

Bennett,  John  M.,  Atlantic,  Iowa.  Combination  auto  ab- 
stract and  deposit  system.     No.  1,402,339  ;  Jan.  3. 

Bennett,  Joseph  O.,  Shreveport,  La.  Post  for  well-drill- 
ing rotaries.     No.  1,418,056  ;  May  30. 


UNITED    STATES    TATENT    OFFICE,    1922. 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


45 


Bennett,  Morris  II.,  assignor  to  Scovill  Manufacturing 
Company,  Waterbury,  Conn.  Electric  furnace.  No. 
1,404,734  ;  Jan.  31. 

Bennett,  Overton  M.,  ITniondale,  Pa.  Chicken  feeder. 
No.    1.417,220;   May   23. 

Bennett,  Russell  II..  Tucson,  Ariz.  Rail  pantograph.  No. 
1.418,614  ;  June  6. 

Bennett,  Samuel  G..  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Heddle  frame.  No. 
1,434.189;   Oct.  31. 

Bennett,  William  H.,  Calvin,  Okla.  Automobile  top  fas- 
tener.    No.  1,407,118  ;   Feb.  21. 

Bennett,  William  H.,  Auburn,  N.  Y.  Internal-combus- 
tion   engine.      No.    1,413,567 ;    Apr.    25. 

Bennett,  William  II.  K.,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  Ameri- 
can Manganese  Steel  Company,  Augusta,  Me.  Suction 
nozzle.     No.   1.425,165  ;   Aug.  8. 

Bennik,  Arie  W.  F.,  Delft,  Netherlands.  Rowing  appa- 
ratus.    No.  1,438,688  ;  Dec.  12. 

Bennington,  Earl  T.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Overhead  trackway 
system.     No.  1,412,829  ;  Apr.  18. 

Bennington,  Earl  T.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Rail-supporting 
clamp  for  overhead  carrier  systems.  No.  1,412,830 ; 
Apr.  18. 

Bennington,  Earl  T.,  Colonial  Heights,  Ohio.  Carrier  for 
overhead  carrier  systems.     No.  1,412,831  :  Apr.  18. 

Bennn  Kiihn,  Maschinenfabrik.  (See  Eule,  Gustav  E., 
assignor.) 

Benolst,  Enrique  J.,  Vina  del  Mar,  Chile.  Grade  sight. 
No.   1,424,613  ;  Aug.  1. 

Benoist,  Frank  O.,  assignor  to  A.  R.  Thomas,  Phoenix, 
Ariz.  Piston  for  internal-combustion  engines.  No. 
1,420,014  ;   June   20. 

Benoit.  Delor  J.,  Highland  Park,  Mich.  Broom.  No. 
1,438,741  ;   Dec.   12. 

Benoit,  Joseph  F.,  Sanford,  Me.  Wire  motion  for  looms. 
No.  1,421.897  ;  July  4. 

Benoit,  Napoleon,  Watervliet,  N.  Y.  Thread-cutting  tool. 
No.  1.422,652  ;  July  13. 

Bens.  Samuel  J.,  Herkimer,  N.  Y.  Baby  carriage.  No. 
1.428,000  ;   Sept.   5. 

Bensch.  Kurt,  l'atetiogue,  N.  Y.  Basket-ball  toy.  No. 
1.433.335  :   Oct.  24. 

Benshoof.  Arthur,  Garrison,  N.  Dak.  Oil  can.  No. 
1.410.87S  ;  Mar.  28. 

Bensinger,  Wilson.  Lodi,  Ohio.  Adjustable  stove  dry- 
rack.     No.  1,439,789  ;  Dec.  26. 

Bensman,  Arthur  W.,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.  Sterilizer.  No. 
1,435.143;    Nov.    14. 

Benson,  Bradley  L.,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Method  of  and 
machine  for  spacing  tiles  and  pasting  same  to  paper. 
No.  1,404,567  ;  Jan.  24. 

Benson.  David,  and  G.  K.  Bruce,  Des  Moines,  Iowa.  Ven- 
tilated automobile  driver's  seat.    No.  1,422,915  ;  July  18. 

Benson,  Edward  R..  Minneapolis.  Minn.,  and  M.  S.  Cran- 
dall,  Sioux  City,  Iowa.  Vehicle  dump.  No.  1,435,690; 
Nov.  14. 

Benson.  Elof.  Newton,  assignor  of  one-half  to  F.  M.  Dur- 
kee,  Brooklino,  Mass.  Screen  attachment  for  cameras. 
No.    1,438.013;    Dpc.    5. 

Benson.  Emil  T.,  Chicago,  111.  Marking  machine.  No. 
1,423,903  :  July  25. 

Benson.  Finest  J..  Blackfoot,  Idaho.  Plastic-block  mold 
No.  1,408.685  :  Mar.  7. 

Benson,  George  IT.     (See  Moen.  H.  C.  and  Benson.) 

Benson,  Matthew  P..  Troy,  and  M.  M.  Wiener.  New 
York.  N.  Y.  Metal-face-plate  brush.  No.  1,432,099  ; 
Oct.  17. 

Benson.  Melvin  B.,  Superior,  Wis.  Master  controller  for 
telemotors.     No.  1,409,356  ;  Mar.  14. 

Benson,  Melvin  B..  Superior,  Wis.  Amusement  device. 
No.  1,409,357  ;  Mar.  14. 

Benson,  Melvin  B.,  Superior,  Wis.  Brake  and  anchor 
operatine  and  releasing  means  for  traveling  bridges. 
No.   1.437.710  ;    Dec.    5. 

Benson,  Ralph  W..  et  al.     (See  Heller,  Jesse  B..  assignor.) 

Benson.  Robert  E.,  Lodi,  Ohio.  Tire  grip  chain.  No. 
1,414,396  :   May  2. 

Benson,  William  S.,  Newark,  N.  J.  Electromagnetic  wave 
bath.     No.   1.418.903;  June  6. 

Benster,  Olin  W..  Toledo.  Ohio.  Airship  propelling,  sup- 
porting, and  landing  mechanism.     No.  1,430,880  ;  Oct.  3. 

Rental!  Edmund  E.     (See  Bingham,  George  C,  assignor.) 

Bentham,  Cecil,  assignor  to  Henry  Simon  Limited.  Man- 
chester, England.  Apparatus  for  unloading  grain.  No. 
1,407,510:  Feb.  21. 

Bentley,  Aline  E.,  et  al.  (See  Bentley,  Dozler  T.,  as- 
signor.) 

Bentley,  Anson  J.,  Niles,  Ohio.  Ice-making  apparatus. 
No.   1,406,167  ;  Feb.  14. 

Bentley,  Anson  J.,  Niles,  Ohio.  Ice-making  apparatus. 
No.  1.406.168;  Feb.  14. 

Bentley,  Anson  J.,  Niles,  Ohio.  Ice-making  apparatus. 
No.  1,427.935;  Sept.  5. 

Bentley,  Anson  J.,  Niles,  Ohio.  Freezing  can.  No. 
1,427,936;   Sept.   5. 

Bentley.  Anson  J.,  Niles,  Ohio.  Freezing  can.  No. 
1.427,937  ;   Sept.   5. 

Bentley,  Anson  J.,  Niles,  Ohio.  Freezing  can.  No. 
1.427.938:  Sept.  5. 

Bentley.  Anson  J..  Niles,  Ohio.  Freezing  can.  No 
1.437.165  ;  Nov.  28. 

Bentley.  Ren  L.,  Franklin,  Pa.  Screw  driver.  No. 
1.412.550;   Apr.   11. 


Bentley,  C.  M.,  et  al.     (See  Schaefer,  Frank  M.,  assignor.) 

Bentley,  Dozier  T.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  A.  E.  Bentley 
and  one-half  to  F.  W.  Galvery,  Sacramento,  Calif.  Air 
gauge.     No.  1,405,706;  Feb.  7. 

Bentley,  Edward  M.,  Lawrence,  N.  Y.  Rheostat.  No. 
1,411,901 ;  Apr.  4. 

Bentley,  Elizabeth,  executrix.     (See  Bentlev,  Manton  T.) 

Bentley,  Fred,  Detroit,  Mich.  Spring  wheel.  No. 
1,438,087  ;    Dec.    5. 

Bentley,  George  A.,  Marthon,  Iowa.  Seed-potato-cutting 
machine.     No.    1,411,832 ;   Apr.   4. 

Bentley,  John  G.,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Thread  and  making 
same.      No.    1,412,446 ;    Apr.    11. 

Bentley,  John  H.,  et  al.  (See  Brown,  William  H.  A., 
assignor.) 

Bentlev  Machine  Company.  (See  Bentley,  Thomas,  as- 
signor.) 

Bentley,  Manton  T.,  deceased,  Palmyra,  N.  J.,  E.  Bentley, 
executrix.    Tobacco-pipe  cleaner.    No.  1,419.106  ;  June  6. 

Bentley,  Oliver  D.  II.,  Roslindale,  assignor  to  B.  F. 
Sturtevant  Company,  Hyde  Park,  Mass.  Steam  tur- 
bine.    No.  1,410.644  ;  Mar.  28. 

Bentley,  Oliver  D.  H.,  Roslindale,  assignor  to  B.  F.  Sturte- 
vant Company,  Hyde  Park,  Mass.  Steam  turbine.  No. 
1,415,298  ;  May  9. 

Bentley,  Oliver  D.  H.,  Roslindale,  assignor  to  B.  F.  Stur- 
tevant Company,  Hyde  Park,  Mass.  Steam  turbine. 
No.    1,434,672  ;    Nov.    7. 

Bentley,  Samuel  E.,  Springfield,  Mass.  Safety  pin.  Nc 
1,420,952;  June  27. 

Bentley,  Thomas,  assignor  of  one-half  to  Bentley  Machine 
Company,  Dracut  Center,  Mass.  Detector  for  roving 
and  similar  machines.     No.  1.415,917:  May  16. 

Benton,  Harry  O.,  Bayonne,  N.  J.,  assignor,  by  mesne 
assignments,  to  Standard  Development  Company,  New 
York,   N.  Y.     Labeling  device.     No.  1,439.397  ;   Dec.  19. 

Benton,  John  W.,  Harlowe.  New  South  Wales,  Australia. 
Educational    device.      No.    1,428,206 ;    Sept.    5. 

Benton,  Linn  B.  and  M.  F.,  Plainfield,  assignors  to  Ameri- 
can Type  Founders  Company,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.  Font- 
ing  apparatus.     No.  1,418,057  ;  May  30. 

Benton,  Morris  F.      (See  Benton,  Linn  B.  and  M.  F.) 

Benton,  William  E.,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Toy.  No. 
1.404,509  ;  Jan.  24. 

Bentson,  Hans  J.,  Winthrop  Harbor,  assignor  to  F.  C. 
Austin,  Chicago,  111.  Self-shifting  track.  No.  1,421,387  ; 
July  4. 

Bentum,  Lucas  O.  (See  Roumimper,  Jacobus  A.,  as- 
signor.) 

Bentz,  Bessie  M.,  et  al.     (See  Bentz,  John  A.,  assignor.) 

Bentz.  Harry,  Montclair,  N.  J.  Cabinet  drier.  No. 
1.425.314  :  Aug.  8. 

Bentz.  Harry,  Montclair,  N.  J.  Apparatus  for  drying.  No. 
1,436,142  ;   Nov.   21. 

Bentz,  John  A.,  assignor  of  one-balf  to  W.  S.  Schell  and 
one-half  to  B.  M.  Bentz,  Harrisburg,  Va.  Lug.  No. 
1.402.562;    Jan.    3. 

Bentz,  John  A.,  assignor -of  one-half  to  W.  S.  Schell  and 
one-half  to  B.  M.  Bentz,  Harrisburg,  Pa.  Traction  lug. 
No.    1,436,229  :   Nov.   21. 

Benvissuto,  Philip,  et  al.  »See  Mombaruzzo,  Luigi,  as- 
signor.) 

Benvissuto.  Philip,  and  L.  Mombaruzzo,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
Automatic  gas-control  valve.     No.   1,430,351 ;   Sept.  26. 

Benway,  David  A.     (See  Brady,  H.  T.,  and  Benway.) 

Benz,  Adolph,  jr.,  Peoria,  111.  Apparatus  for  treatment 
of  dough.     No.  1,430.616  ;   Oct.  3. 

Benzine  Condensation  Co.     (See  Boeder,  Albert,  assignor.) 

Berardi,  Frank,  Little  Silver,  N.  J.  Drain  tile.  No. 
1,413, 3S0;  Apr.  18. 

Berdan,  Jacob  M.,  Paterson,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Johns- 
Manville  Incorporated.  Roofing.  No.  1,422,526  ; 
July    11. 

Berendes,  Rudolf.    (See  Weyland,  H.,  Hahl,  and  Berendes.) 

Berendes,  Rudolf,  and  W.  Griittefien,  Elberfeld,  assignors 
to  Farbenfabriken  vorm.  Friedr.  Bayer  and  Co..  Lever- 
kusen,  near  Cologne-on-the-Rhine,  Germany.  Pharma- 
ceutical compound.     No.  1,440,269  ;  Dec.  26. 

Berendsen.  Henry  A.,  Bangor,  Pa.  Refooting  stockings. 
No.   1.424.708;   Aug.   1. 

Berenson.  Israel,  Boston,  Mass.  Guide  for  positioning 
sheets  of  paper.     No.  1,437,744  :  Dec.  5. 

Beresford,  Lionel  B.,  Beverly,  N.  J.  Game.  No.  1,433,336  ; 
Oct.  24. 

Berg.  Andrew,  Bridgeport,  Conn.  Wire-chain-making  ma- 
chine.    No.   1,438,474;   Dec.   12. 

Berg,  Carl  E.,  Minneapolis.  Minn.  Internal-combustion 
engine.     No.  1.417,133  ;  Mav  23. 

Berg.  Edgar  A.,  Grand  Forks,  N.  Dak.  Automobile  wheel. 
No.   1.427.433  ;  Aug.  29. 

Berg.  Einar  II.,  Chicago.,  111.  Whipper.  No.  1,416,597; 
May  16. 

Berg,  George  H.     (See  Berg,  Herman  H.  and  G.  H.) 

Berg,  Herman  H.  and  G.  H.,  Thornburg,  Colo.  Farm-gate 
latch.     No.  1,403,732  ;  Jan.  17. 

Berg,  Joseph  A.     (See  Anderson,  N.  B.,  and  Berg.) 

Berg,  Martin.      (See  Berggraf,  Hans,  assignor.) 

Berg,  Richard  O.  and  S.,  assignors  to  Michigan  Steel 
Tube  Products  Co..  Detroit,  Mich.  Tube-welding  ma- 
chine.    No.   1,418,058;   Mav   30. 

Berg.    Simon.       (See   Berg,    Riichard    O.    and    S.) 

Bergander.  John  F..  Chicago,  111.  Subdividing  tool.  No. 
1.410.323:  May  16. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Bergdoll,  Louis  J.,  now,  by  judicial  change  of  name 
L.  J.  Bergson,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Phonographic  sound 
box.      No.   1,423,387  ;   July   18. 

Bergdorf,  Josef,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Hydraulic  water  gate. 
No.  1,405,390;  Feb.  7. 

Berge,  Joseph,  Flint,  Mich.  Lamp  support.  No.  1,420,075  ; 
June   20. 

Berge,  Paul.     (See  Griinstein,  N.,  and  Berge.) 

Bergen,  Albert  R.,  South  Amboy,  N.  J.  Combination 
shingle  and  attaching  means  therefor.  No.  1,431,869  ; 
Oct.  10. 

Bergen,  Charles  B.,  Washington,  D.  C.  Mute  for  stringed 
Instruments.     No.  1,416,780  ;  May  23. 

Bergens,  William  J.,  Chicago,  assignor  to  The  Novelty 
Patents  Company,  North  Chicago,  111.  Extension  cur- 
tain rod.     No.   1,432,437  ;   Oct.  17. 

Berger,  Alexander,  Bayside,  N.  Y.  Automobile  signal 
device.     No.  1,430,352;   Sept.  26. 

Berger,  Alfred  A.  R.,  and  G.  J.  Hoffman,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
Shearing  device.     No.  1,411,605  ;  Apr.  4. 

Berger,  Christian.     (See  Sawyer,  Frederick  L.,  assignor.) 

Berger,  Christian,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  F.  L. 
Sawyer,  Bvanston,  111.  Sound-operated  circuit  control- 
ler.   No.  1.405,708  ;  Feb.  7. 

Berger,  ehristian,  assignor  of  one-half  to  F.  L.  Sawyer, 
New  York,  N.  Y.'  Color  print  viewable  by  lights  of  dif- 
ferent colors  and  making  same.     No.  1,422,527  ;  July  11. 

Berger,  Daved,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Heel  for  ladies'  shoes. 
No.  1,411,264;  Apr.  4. 

Berger,  Dellno,  Madison  Township,  Franklin  County, 
Ohio.    Air  brake.     No.  1,427,715  ;  Aug.  29. 

Berger,  Ferdinand  H.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Internal-combustion 
engine.     No.   1,412,266;   Apr.   11. 

Berger,  George  R.  (See  Chamberlain,  Rufus  N.,  as- 
signor.) 

Berger,  Henry,  Jr.,  Portland,  Oreg.  Film  holder.  No. 
1,405,892;  Feb.  7. 

Berger,  Joseph,  Utica,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Union  Special 
Machine  Company,  Chicago,  111.  Needle  clamp  for  sew- 
ing machines.     No.  1,430,930  ;  Oct.  3. 

Berger,  Knute,  assignor  to  Washington  Iron  Works, 
Seattle,  Wash.     Cable  clamp.     No.  1,430,783  ;  Oct.  3. 

Berger,  Matthew  R.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Shank  for  eaves- 
trough  supports.     No.  1,429,482  ;  Sept.  19. 

Berger,  Richard,  assignor  to  Firm  F.  Soennecken,  Bonn- 
on  -  the  -  Rhine,  Germany.  Copying  machine.  No. 
1,412,995  ;  Apr.  18. 

Berger,  Richard,  assignor  to  Firm  F.  Soennecken,  Bonn-on- 
the-Rhine,  Germany.  Paper  roll  for  roller  copying  ma- 
chines.    No.  1,415,084  ;  May  9. 

Berger,  Samuel,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Binding  strap.  No. 
1,411,902  ;  Apr.  4. 

Berger,  Samuel,  Newark,  N.  J.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assign- 
ments, to  Illinois  Watch  Case  Company,  Elgin,  111. 
Cigarette  case.     No.  1,413,381  ;  Apr.  18. 

Bergeron,  Joseph,  A.  C,  assignor  to  J.  W.  Genest, 
Sherbrooke,  Quebec,  Canada.  Advertising  device.  No. 
1,429,274  ;    Sept.   19. 

Bergesch,  Louis  W.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Burial-casket  handle. 
No.  1,403,666  ;  Jan.  17. 

Bergey,  Aaron  E.,  Warren,  Ohio.  Mechanism  for  driving 
tools.     No.  1,406,965  ;  Feb.  21. 

Bergey,  Aaron  E.,  Bazetta  Township,  Trumbull  County, 
Ohio.  Mechanism  for  driving  tools.  No.  1,413,094 ; 
Apr.  18. 

Berggraf,  Hans,  Stavanger,  assignor  to  M.  Berg,  San- 
defjord,  Norway.  Pedal  apparatus  for  sewing  machines 
and  the  like.     No.  1,416.324  ;  May  16. 

Bergholz,  August  F.,  and  C.  O.  Johnson,  Jefferson,  Wis. 
Sanitary    strainer.      No.    1,413,892:    Apr.    25. 

Berglund,  Andrew,  assignor  to  R.  S.  Broge,  Indiana  Har- 
bor, Ind.  Double  hand  and  foot  propelled  vehicle.  No. 
1.405,660;  Feb.  7. 

Berglund,  Andrew,  Indiana  Harbor,  Ind.,  assignor  to  R. 
S.  Broge,  Chicago,  111.  Cement  mill.  No.  1,426,812 ; 
Aug.   22. 

Berglund.  Herman,  Duluth,  Minn.  Chain  link.  No. 
1.431,771  ;   Oct.  10. 

Bergman-Koropp  &  Co.  (See  Johnston,  R.  L.,  and  Wallner, 
assignors.) 

Bergman,  Lars  II.,  Chicago,  111.  Pulverized-fuel  furnace. 
No.  1,421.898  ;  July  4. 

Bergman.  Louis  W.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Loose-leaf  binder. 
No.  1,429.708;   Sept.  19. 

Bergman,  Olof  F.,  Gary,  Ind.  Slice  bar  and  tongs.  No. 
1,432.952  :   Oct.   24. 

Bergman,  Sven  R.,  Nahant,  Mass.,  assignor  to  General 
Electric  Company.  Commutator  and  the  like.  No. 
1,419,803  ;  June  13. 

Bergman,  Sven  R.,  Nahant,  Mass.,  assignor  to  General 
Electric  Company.  Electrical  system.  No.  1,420,947  ; 
Aug.    22. 

Bergman,  Victor  F.     (See  Koropp,  L.,  and  Bergman.) 

Bergman,  William  G.,  Toledo,  Ohio.  Burner.  No. 
1,411,470;   Apr.  4. 

Bergman,  William  G.,  Toledo,  Ohio.  Gas  and  air  revers- 
ing valve.     No.  1,428,525  ;  Sept.  12. 

Bergmann,  Andrew  II.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Toy-house  con- 
struction.    No.    1,425,160:    Aug.  8. 

Bergner,  John  C.  (See  Sherman,  C.  H.,  and  Morris, 
assignors.) 

Bergren,  Louis  G.,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Safety  delivery 
door.     No.  1,405,601 ;  Feb.  7. 


Bergseng,   John,    West   Salem,    Wis.      Removable   side  at- 
tachment for  wheelbarrows.     No.  1,436,567  ;  Nov.  21. 
Bergstein,    Samuel,   Middletown,   Ohio.      Paper   box.      No. 

1,426,948  ;   Aug.    22. 
Bergsten,  John,    Taft,    Calif.      Elevator.      No.    1,434,673 ; 

Nov.   7. 
Bergstrom,  Axel  E.  T.,   assignor  to   Aktiebolaget  Patria, 

Stockholm,  Sweden.     Calipers,  spring  calipers,  and  the 

like.     No.  1,436,143;   Nov.  21. 
Bergwell,  Fred,  assignor  to   B.  D.  Weyand,   Chicago,   111. 

Car-door-locking  device.     No.  1,434,523  ;  Nov.  7. 
Beristain  &  Cia.     (See  Artamendi,  Dionisio,  assignor.) 
Berkeley,  Ida  M.,  et  al.,  administrators.     (See  Berkeley. 

Wales  O.) 
Berkeley,  Laurence  J.,  Milwaukee,  Wis.    Rail  anchor.    No. 

1,428,578  ;  Sept.  12. 
Berkeley,  Laurence  J.,  assignor  to  Hercules  Manufacturing 

Company,  Racine,  Wis.    Gripping  device.    No.  1,417,294  ;. 

May  23. 
Berkeley    Light    Corporation.       (See    Wood,    William    G., 

assignor.) 
Berkeley,  Thomas  L.,  Alexandria,  Va.     Water-gauge-glass 

hoMer.     No.  1,407,627  ;  Feb.  21. 
Berkeley,  Wales  O.,  deceased,  Potsdam,  by  I.  M.  Berkeley, 

Potsdam,  and  T.  T.  Hill,  Carmel,  N.  Y.,  administrators. 

Repository.     No.  1,419,107  ;  June  6. 
Berkey,  George  P.,  Appleton,  Wis.    Method  and  apparatus 

for   loosening   bark    from   pulp   wood.      No.    1,402,138 ; 

Jan.  3. 
Berkey,  Harvey  C,  Claremont,  N.  H,  assignor  to  Sullivan 

Machinery  company.     Electric  mining  apparatus.     No. 

1,407,119  ;  Feb.  21. 
Berkey,  Peter,  Chicago,  111.     Egg  carton.     No.  1,430,617  ; 

Oct.    3. 
Berkowitz,  Eugene  B.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.     Compartmental 

container.     No.  1,411,833  ;  Apr.  4. 
Berkowitz,    Samuel,   New   York,   assignor   to   himself   and. 

Benjamin    Lubliner,    Brooklyn,    N.    Y.      Overalls.      No. 

1,418,124  ;   May   30. 
Berlin,    Harry,    New    York,    N.    Y.      Stop    motion.      No. 

1,408,250;  Feb.  28. 
Berliner    Actiengesellschaft    fur    eisengiesserei    und    Mas- 

chinenfabrikation.  (See  Gensecke,  Wilhelm,  assignor.) 
Berlizheimer,  David  T.  (See  Josephs,  J.,  and  Berlizheimer.) 
Berlotti,  Samuel,  St.  Louis,  Mo.    Metallic  container.     No. 

1,426,345;   Aug.   22. 
Berlston,    Elizabeth.      (See   Ross,   Isidor   B.,   assignors 
Berrnan,     Benjamin,    Boston,    Mass.      Key    holder.      No. 

1,412,602;    Apr.    11. 
Berman,  Harry  L.,  Roxbury,  Mass.     Key  placing  and  re- 
moving tool.     No.  1,421,152;  June  27. 
Berman,  Henry,  assignor  of  one-half  to  E.  Erik,  Ossining, 

N.  Y.     Sound  box.    No.  1,423,707  ;  July  25. 
Berman,     Louis    C,    Chicago,    111.      Lifting    jack.        No. 

1,404,735;   Jan.  31. 
Berman,   Sam,   Chicago,   111.     Caster   for  showcases.     No. 

1,426,452;   Aug.   22. 
Berman,  Saul,  New  York,  N.  Y.    Automobile  radiator.     No. 

1,404,005  ;   Jan.  17. 
Berman,    Wolf,   New   York,   N.   Y.      Sectional   inner   strip 

for  automobile  tires.     No.   1,423,748  ;  July  25. 
Berna,  Edward  G.,  Rochester,  N.  Y.     Apple-facing  device. 

No.     1,413,957 ;     Apr.    25. 
Bernard,  Anthony  M.,  Minneapolis,  Minn.     Ready  opener 

for  gasket-sealed  containers.  No.  1,436,007  ;  Nov.  21. 
Bernard    Company    of    N.    J.       (See    Plavell,    Dennis    A., 

assignor.) 
Bernard,    James    L.,    Beaver,    Pa.      Safety    screen.      No.. 

1,422,409  ;    July    11. 
Bernard,   Paul,   BouIogne-sur-Seine,  and   M.  Barbe\   Paris, 

France.     Apparatus  for  lighting  and  extinguishing  gas 

burners  of  street  lamps.     No.   1,422,249  ;  July  11. 
Bernard,  Pierre  J.   H.,  Montreal,   Quebec,   Canada.     Elec- 
tric heating  element.     No.  1,407.918  ;  Feb.  28. 
Bernard,  Pierre  J.  H.,  Montreal,  Quebec,  Canada.    Electric 

heater.     No.  1,428,071 ;  Sept.  5. 
Bernard,  William  A.,  assignor  to  The  William  Schollhorn 

Company,     New     Haven,     Conn.        Hand     tool.        No. 

1,407,780  ;  Feb.  28. 
Bernard  y  Hernandez,   Gustavo,   Habana,   Cuba.     Making 

bricks  and  their  products.     No.  1,430,991 ;  Oct.  3. 
Bernardi,   Alfredo.   Sandoval,   111.     Automatic  railway-car 

coupling.     No.  1,419.009  ;  June  6. 
Bernardini,   Luigi.      (See   Manuelli,   C,   and   Bernardini.) 
Bornardoni,  Otto  J.     (See  Calcaterra.  J.,  and  Bernardoni.  > 
Bernat,  Raoul,  Bordeaux,  France.     System  of  suspension 

for  vehicles.     No.  1,436,144;  Nov.  21. 
Bernauer,    George   W.,    St.    Charles,   Mo.      Stiffening   ma- 
terial for  shoes.     No.  1,426,538  ;  Aug.  22. 
Bernbaum,   John   W.,    assignor   to    Chicago-Cleveland    Cat- 
Roofing  Company,   Chicago,   111.     Car-line  construction. 

No.  1,428,354  ;  Sept.  5. 
Berndt,   Herman  R.,   Chicago,   111.     Sled.     No.   1,405,262  ; 

Jan.   31. 
Berndt,  William,  assignor  of  one-half  to  H.  J.  Dorweiler, 

Hamel,  Minn.     Antiskid  device.     No.  1,409,278  ;  Mar.  14. 
Berne,  Celestin,  Bridgeport,  Conn.     Resilient  tire  for  vehi- 
cle wheels.     No.   1,410.359;  Mar.  21. 
Bernecker,  George  E.,  assignor  to  Standard  Accessory  Cor- 
poration,   Milwaukee,     Wis.      Needle    or    stylus.       No. 

1,408,337;  Feb.  28. 
Berner,    August.    Nuremberg,    assignor   to    C.    &    E.    Fein 

Elocktrotechniscbe   Falirik.    Stuttgart,   Germany.      Rock 

drill  and  like  cutting  machine.     No.  1,417,227  ;  May  23. 


UNITED    STATES    PATENT    OFFICE,    1922. 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


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Bernert,  George,  assignor  to  Bernert"  Manufacturing  Com- 
pany, Milwaukee,  Wis.  Pneumatic  conveyer  apparatus. 
No.   1,420,015  ;    June    20. 

Bernert  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Bernert,  Georga, 
assignor.) 

Bernhard,  Heinrich,  and  O.  Jaeck,  assignors  to  Society  of 
Chemical  In  lustry  in  Basle,  Basel,  Switzerland.  De- 
gumming  raw  silk  in  presence  of  vat-dyed  silk.  No. 
1,409,653  ;  Mar.  14. 

Bernier,  Alcide  J.,  Washington,  D.  C.  Aeroplane.  No. 
1,417,8S4;   May   30. 

Bernstein,  Isaac,  Alameda,  Calif.  Pocket.  No.  1,426,539  ; 
Aug.  22. 

Bernstein,  Isaac,  Alameda,  Calif.  Union  overalls.  No. 
1,426,540;   Aug.   22. 

Bernstein,  Isaac,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Tie  holder.  No. 
1,429,560  •   Sept.  19. 

Bernstein.  Jacob,  Omaha,  Nehr.  Soot  collector.  No. 
1,412.334  ;   Apr.   11. 

Bernstein,  Joseph  M.  (See  Epstein,  II.,  Mitnick,  and  Bern- 
stein.) 

Bernstein,  William,  Jamaica  Plain,  Mass.  Heel  rest. 
No.   1,431,623;   Oct.  10. 

Berond,  Victor,  Pelican  Rapids,  Minn.  Grave  marker. 
No.   1,425,361 ;  Aug.  8. 

Berriman,  Edward  C,  Chicago,  111.  Measuring  instrument. 
No.  1,435,274;  Nov.  14. 

Berriman,  Edward  C,  Chicago,  111.  Tailor's  measuring 
instrument.     No.  1,435,275  ;  Nov.  14. 

Berringer,  Henry  J.,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Fender  lamp. 
No.    1,422,528 ;    July    11. 

Berrv,  Althea  T.,  Wolfeboro,  N.  H.  Innersole.  No. 
1,412,603;   Apr.   11. 

Berry.  Arthur  V.  and  E.  S.,  Hebron,  Ohio.  Gear-shift- 
locking  mechanism.     No.  1,407,458  ;  Feb.  21. 

Berry,  Byron  C.  (See  Armitage,  C.  F.,  Holmes,  and 
Berry.) 

Berry,  Charles  A.,  assignor  to  The  Yale  &  Towne  Manu- 
facturing Company,  Stamford,  Conn.  Machine  for  du- 
plicating keys.     No.  1,408,166  ;  Feb.   28. 

Berry,  Charles  H.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Automatic  compen- 
sating gauge.     No.  1.413,514  ;  Apr.  18. 

Berry,  Charles  H.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Absolute-pressure 
gauge.     No.  1,414,854  ;  May  2. 

Berry,  Charles  II..  Detroit,  Mich.  Compensating  gauge. 
No.   1,420,953  ;   June   27. 

Berry,  Charles  M.,  Kingston  Station,  Pa.  Radiator  casing. 
No.  1,436.S53;  Nov.  28. 

Berry,  Earl  E.,  assignor  to  American  Road  Machinery 
Company,  Inc.,  Kennett  Square,  Pa.  Sand-settling  box. 
No.  1,407,919  ;  Feb.  28. 

Berrv,  Earle  A.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Battery  cover.  No. 
1,419,208;  June  13. 

Berry,  Edgar  H.,  Chicago,  111.  Loose-leaf  filing  device. 
No.  1,403,834  ;  Jan.  17. 

Berry,  Edgar  H.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Dispensing  device  for 
containers.     No.  1,429,561  ;   Sept.  19. 

Berry,  Elmer  S.     (See  Berry,  Arthur  V.  and  E.  S.) 

Berry,  Frederick  E.,  Hayes,  England.  Electrical  trans- 
former for  regulating  or  varying  the  voltage  of  the  cur- 
rent supplied  therefrom.     No.  1,422,653  ;  July  11. 

Berry,  George.      (See  Haughton.  J.  E..  and  Berry.) 

Berry,  George  W.,  Erie,  Pa.  Safety  device  for  dumping 
vehicles.     No.  1.404,684;  Jan.  24. 

Berry,  George  W.,  Erie,  Pa.  Packing  for  hydraulic  jacks. 
No.  1.424,233  ;  Aug.  1. 

Berry,  Grant  G.,  Bessemer,  Ala.  Core  for  casting  iron 
pipes  and  means  for  producing  the  same.  No.  1,429,562  ; 
Sept.  19< 

Berry,  Harold  R.,  Brooklyn.  N.  Y.  Constructive  con- 
version of  hydrocarbons.     No.  1,429,910  ;  Sept.  19. 

Berry,  Herbert  H..  London,  England.  Electric  radiator. 
No.  1.415,770  ;  May  9. 

Berry,  Hubert  C.  Salem,  N.  J.,  and  G.  Applegate,  Penns- 
ville,  N.  J.,  assignors  to  The  J.  G.  Brill  Company.  Phila- 
delphia. Pa.  Automatic  adjustment  for  brake  shoes. 
No.  1,407,628  ;  Feb.  21. 

Berry,  James  L.      (See  Schubert.   A.  J.,  and  Berry.) 

Berry  Machinery  &  Supply  Co.,  The.  (See  Berry,  Seneca 
L.|  assignor.) 

Berry,  Mae.     (See  Berry.  William  G.  and  M.) 

Berry,  Reni  S.     (See  Kline,  Nick  W.,  assignor.) 

Berry,  Reni  S.     (See  McGee,  W.  H.,  and  Berry.) 

Berry,  Reni  S.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  and  E.  T.  Rushton, 
assignors  to  Hercules  Products  Company,  St.  Joseph, 
Mich.      Rim   tool.      No.   1,434.244  ;   Oct.   31. 

Berry,  Robert  6.,  assignor  to  D.  W.  RittefTlndianapolis, 
Ind.     Spark  plug.     No.  1,419.904  ;  June  13. 

Berry,  Russell  C.      (See  Cole,  Albert  L.,  assignor.) 

Berry.  Seneca  L..  Sunnyvale.  Calif.  Valve  for  pressure 
cookers.      No.   1,432,953  ;   Oct.  24. 

Berry,  Seneca  L..  Sunnyvale,  assignor  -to  The  Berrv  Ma- 
chinery &  Supply  Co.,  San  Jose,  Calif.  Band-saw  guide. 
No.    1.438.155  :    Dec.    5. 

Berry,  Thomas  W..  Dorchester,  Mass.  Sole-leather  roller. 
No.  1.438.6S9  ;  Dec.  12. 

Berry,  Wilbur  F..  Chicago,  HI.  Wheelbarrow.  No. 
1,407.690  ;  Feb.  28. 

Berry,  William.  San  Diego.  Calif.  Automobile  signal  de- 
vice.    No.  1,405,893  ;  Feb.  7. 


Berry,  William,  Cleveleys,  near  Blackpool,  England.  Ob. 
taining  of  grain  and  like  effect  in  painting  No. 
1,416,325  ;  May  16. 

Berry,  William  G.  and  M.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Internal- 
combustion-engine  piston.     No.  1.408.066  ;  Feb.  28. 

Berryhill,  James  G.      (See  Reed,  Charles  J.,  assignor.) 

Berryman,  David,  Floral  Park,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Ameri- 
can Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.  Apparatus  for 
molding.     No.  1,430,531 ;  Oct.  3. 

Berryman,  James  H.,  Snoqualmie  Falls,  Wash.  Lumber 
trimmer.     No.   1,410,156;   Mar.   21. 

Bersted,  Alfred  and  M.,  Chicago,  111.  Phonograph  balance- 
weight-cover  support.     No.  1,413,382  ;   Apr.  18. 

Bersted,  Martin.     (See  Bersted,  Alfred  and  M.) 

Bersted,  Martin  C.,  Chicago,  111.  Carrier  attachment  for 
automobile  running  boards.     No.  1,433,773  ;  Oct.  31. 

Bersted,  Martin  C,  Chicago,  111.  Cover  support  for  phono- 
graphs.    No.   1,433,774 ;   Oct.   31. 

Berthelon,  Edmond,  Ax-les-Thermes,  France.  Method  and 
apparatus  for  obtaining  wood  products.  No.  1,426,346  ; 
Aug.  22. 

Bertherman,  Henry  F.,  Boston,  Mass.  Attachment  for 
cigarette  packages.     No.  1,440,270  ;  Dec.  26. 

Berthold,  Edward  E.,  Chicago,  111.  Lost-motion  connec- 
tion for  wash  machines.     No.  1,432,954  ;  Oct.  24. 

Berthold,  Edward  E.,  Chicago,  111.  Washing-machine 
cover.     No.  1,433,515;  Oct.  24. 

Berthold  Gustave  W.,  Chicago,  111.  Automatic  reversing 
mechanism.     No.  1,424,797 ;  Aug.  8. 

Berthon,  William  H.  M.,  London,  assignor  to  Berthon  & 
Co.,  Streatham,  England.  Collapsible  meat  safe  or 
cover.     No.  1,437,219  ;  Nov.  28. 

Berthon  &  Co.     (See  Berthon,  William. H.  M.,  assignor.) 

Bertin,  Isaac,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Shopping  bag.  No. 
1,432,150;  Oct.   17. 

Bertini,  Dante,  assignor  to  The  Walter  M.  Lowney  Com- 
pany, Boston,  Mass.  Center  feeder.  No.  1,434,940 ; 
Nov.    7. 

Bertolini,  Angelo  T.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Light  attachment 
for  sewing  machines.     No.  1.415,771  ;  Mav  9. 

Bertram,  John  F.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Churn.  No.  1,429,319  ; 
Sept.   19. 

Bertrand,  Frederic  E„  Lynn,  Mass.,  assignor,  by  mesne 
assignments,  to  United  Shoe  Machinery  Corporation, 
Paterson,  N.  J.  Shoe-sewing  machine.  No.  1,405.264  ; 
Jan.   31. 

Bertrand,  Frederic  E.,  Lynn,  Mass.,  assignor  to  United 
Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Heel  at- 
taching.    No.  1,409,359  ;  Mar.  14. 

Bertrand,  Frederic  E.,  Lynn,  Mass.,  assignor  to  United 
Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Turnsole 
and  making  same.     No.  1,410,157  ;  Mar.  21. 

Bertrand,  Frederic  E.,  Lynn,  Mass.,  assignor  to  United 
Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Thread- 
waxing  device.     No.  1.437.127  ;  Nov.  28. 

Bertschert,  Christopher,  Winnipeg,  Manitoba,  Canada. 
Lifeboat.     No.  1,437,387  ;  Nov.  28. 

Bertschy,  Adolph  J.  P.,  Omaha,  Nebr.  Method  and  means 
for  carburizing  iron,  steel,  and  alloys  thereof.  No. 
1.408,686  ;  Mar.  7. 

Berube,  Alfred  J.,  Lyndonville,  Vt.  Detachable  shoe  heel. 
No.  1,435,797;  Nov.  14. 

Berwald,  William,  Babbitt,  Minn.  Mirror  support.  No. 
1,419,804  ;  June  13. 

Berwick,  Anna  E.,  et  al.  (See  Stasel,  S.,  and  Berwick, 
assignors.) 

Berwick,   Daniel.      (See   Stasel,    S..    and   Berwick.) 

Berwick,  Nicholas,  et  al.  (See  Stasel,  S.,  and  Berwick, 
assignors.) 

Berwick,  William  II.,  Syracuse,  N.  Y.  Pressing  element. 
No.   1.414.007 ;    Apr.    25. 

Berzon,  Louis,  et  al.     (See  Brezin,  Joseph,  assignor.) 

Berzon,  Louis,  et  al.  (See  Berzon,  L.,  and  Brezin.  as- 
signors.) 

Berzon,  Louis,  and  J.  Brezin,  assignors  of  one-third  to 
L.  Berzon,  one-third  to  J.  Brezin,  and  one-third  to  W. 
Kosakoff.  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Ice-cream-cone-baking  ma- 
chine.    No.  1,432,049,;  Oct.  17. 

Beselin.  Raymond  L.,  Omaha,  Nebr.  Smoker's  pipe.  No. 
1.408,251  ;  Feb.  28. 

Beskow.  Bernhard  M.,  Miami,  .  Fla.  Receptacle.  No. 
1.420,906  ;  June  27. 

Besnard,  Charles  H.,  assignor  to  J.  P.  B.  Bessonneau. 
Paris,  France.  Building  construction.  No.  1,419,126 ; 
June  13. 

Bessette,  Luke  E.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  L.  S.  Crosby, 
Banff,  Alberta,  Canada.  Extension  table.  No. 
1,431,282  ;   Oct.  10. 

Bessler,  Frank  E.,  Akron,  Ohio.  Resilient  wheel.  No. 
1.414,542  ;   Mav  2. 

Bessler.  Frank  E.,  Akron,  Ohio.  Tire.  No.  1,414,543 : 
May  2. 

Bossier,  Frank  E.,  Akron,  Ohio.  Inner  tube.  No. 
1.419,442  ;   .Tune   13. 

Bessler,  Frank  E..  Akron,  Ohio.  Inner  tube.  No. 
1.410,443;  June  13. 

Bessler.  Frank  E..  Akron,  Ohio.  Inner  tube.  No. 
1,439.221  ;   Dec.   19. 

Bessler,  Frank  E.,  Akron.  Ohio,  assignor  of  one-half  To 
A.  J.   Dollenberger.     Tire.     No.  1.414.544  :  Mav  2. 

Bessolo.  William  I...  San  Diego,  Calif.  Flexible  chain 
wrench.     No.  1,415.772;  May  9. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Besson,  Marcel  31.,  Boulogne-on-the-Seine,  France.  Glid- 
ing boat.     No.  1,413,383;  Apr.  18. 

Bessonneau,  Julien  1*.  B.  (See  Besnard,  Charles  H.,  as- 
signor.) 

Best,  C.  L.,  Gas  Traction  Company.  (See  Best,  Clarence 
L.,  assignor.) 

Best,  Clarence  L.,  Elmhurst,  assignor  to  C.  L.  Best  Gas 
Traction  Company,  San  Leandro,  Calif.  Sprocket 
chain.     No.   1.424,441  ;   Aug.   1. 

Best,  Clarence  Leo,  Elmhurst,  assignor  to  C.  L.  Best  Gas 
Traction  Company,  San  Leandro,  Calif.  Sprocket 
chain.    No.  1,424,442  ;  Aug.  1. 

Best,  Edwin  J.,  Woodward,  Ala.  Automatic  revolving 
dump.     No".  1,424,871  ;   Aug.   S. 

Best,  Edwiu  J.,  Fairfield,  Ala.  Rotary  dump.  No.  1,435,691 ; 
Nov.   14. 

Best,  Fred  H..  Westfield,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  American  Tele- 
phone and  Telegraph  Company.  Testing  apparatus.  No. 
1,414.397  ;    May    2. 

Best,  Fred  H.,  Westfield,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  American 
Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.  Electrical  testing 
system.     No.   1,432,829 ;   Oct.   24. 

Best,  John  H„  Edmond,  Kans.  Wire  stretcher.  No. 
1,428,414;   Sept.   5. 

Best,  Percy  H.     (See  Wilson,  E.  R.,  and  Best.) 

Best,  W.  N.,  Inc.     (See  Best,  William  N.,  assignor.) 

Best,  William  N.,  Brooklyn,  assignor  to  W.  N.  Best,  Inc., 
New  York,  N.  Y.  Liquid-fuel-burning  apparatus.  No. 
1,407,511  ;  Feb.  21. 

Bestimt,  Samuel,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Baby-carriage  seat. 
No.   1,409,331  ;  Mar.  14. 

Betcher,  Gotfried,  Portland,  Oreg.  Logging  hook.  No. 
1,423,301;    July    18. 

Beth,  Wilhelm  F.  L.,  Lubeck,  Germany.  Shaking  device 
for  cleaning  filters.     No.  1,433,115  ;  Oct.  24. 

Bethel,  Claude,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Westinghouse 
Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company.  Gear  case.  No. 
1,419,351  ;  June  13. 

Bethenod,  Joseph,  Paris,  France.  Radiotelegraphic 
coupling.      No.   1,427,350;   Aug.  29. 

Bethenod.  Joseph.  Paris,  France.  Radiotelegraphic  cou- 
pling.    No.  1,432,438  ;  Oct.  17. 

Bethge.  Fred  L.,  and  J.  W.  Storer,  assignors  to  R.  M. 
Aitkin.  Denver,  Colo.  Auxiliary  lock  for  bolts.  No. 
1,436,620  ;    Nov.    21. 

Bethke,  Bernhard,  assignor  to  Luther  Grinder  Mfg.  Co., 
Milwaukee,  Wis.  Clamping  support  for  grinding  ma- 
chines.    No.  1,404.337  ;  Jan.  24. 

Bethke,  John  P.,  and  R.  H.  Stearns,  Milwaukee,  Wis. 
Magnetic  separating  process  and  apparatus.  No. 
1,414,170  ;    Apr.   25. 

Bethke,  John  P.,  and  R.  H.  Stearns,  assignors  to  Magnetic 
Manufacturing  Co.,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Magnetic  pulley. 
No.  1,407,051  ;  Feb.  21. 

Bethke,  Leo,  assignor  to  Chain  Belt  Company.  Milwaukee, 
Wis.      Sprocket   chain.      No.   1,426.248 ;   Aug.    15. 

Bethlehem  Foundry  &  Machine  Company.  (See  Lehman, 
John   G.,   assignor.) 

Bethlehem  Shipbuilding  Corporation.  (See  Chapman, 
Edward  H.,  assignor.) 

Bethlehem  Shipbuilding  Corporation.  (See  Neitzel.  Frank 
E.,  assignor.) 

Bethlehem  Steel  Company.  (See  Hohl,  George  M.,  as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem  Steel  Company.  (See  Lachman,  Maurice,  as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem  Steel  Company.  (See  Madden,  J.  P.,  and 
Fisher,  assignors.) 

Bethlehem  Steel  Company.  (See  Sylvester,  John  M., 
assignor.) 

Betry,  Owen  C.     (See  Lake,  H.  M.,  and  Betry.) 

Bett,  David  M.,  Caulfield,  Victoria,  Australia.  Automatic 
fire  extinguisher.     No.  1,411,903  ;  Apr.  4. 

Bettenhausen,  Charles  C,  Princeton,  Nebr.  Crank-pin 
sleeve.     No.  1.418.519;  June  6. 

Bettison.  David  C,  Omaha,  Nebr.  Wrench.  No. 
1,419,659;   June  13. 

Betton.  James  M.      (See  Cary,  S.  C,  and  Betton.) 

Betts  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Corporation.  (See  Under- 
bill, Charles  R.,  assignor.) 

Betts,  George  F.      (See  Gregory,  I-I.  W.,  and  Betts.) 

Betts,  May  R.,  et  al.  (See  Robinson,  Major  J.,  as- 
signor.) 

Betts  Sole  Protector  Company.  (See  Betts,  William  H., 
assignor.) 

Betts,  William  H.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Sole  protector.  No. 
1.418.425  ;  June  6. 

Betts.  William  H.,  Portland,  Oreg.  Screen  gasket.  No. 
1.422.916  :   July   18. 

Betts,  William  IT.,  assignor  to  Betts  Sole  Protector  Com- 
pany, St.  Louis,  Mo.  Sole  protector.  No.  1,428,072 ; 
Sept.  5. 

Botz,  Eugene.  Newark,  assignor  of  one-half  to  H.  Kopp. 
Orange,  X.  J.  Razor-blade  holder.  No.  1,418,694; 
June   0. 

Betze.ll.  William  F.,  Washington,  D.  C.  Vehicle  wheel. 
No.  1.415.427  :  May  9. 

Bene.  Jacob.      (Sec  Mesker,  F.,  and  Beuc.) 

Beuc.  Jacob.  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Engine  piston.  No.  1,407,629  ; 
Feb.  21. 

Benchcl.  Theodore  W.  (See  Schmidt,  L.  L.,  Beuchel,  and 
Orwell.) 

Bender.  Harvev  L..  Lake  Park.  Minn.  Potato  cutter.  No. 
1,422,731  ;    July    11. 


Beugler,  Edwin  P.,  assignor  to  E.  &  B.  Holmes  Machinery 
Co.,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.  Machine  for  heading  up  barrels. 
No.  1,404,923;   Jan.  31. 

Beuning,  Henry,  Freeport,  Minn.  Quack-grass  destroyer. 
No.   1,429,563 ;   Sept.   19. 

Beurdeley,  Andre,  Paris,  France.  Artificial  leg.  No. 
1,407,369  ;  Feb.  21. 

Beutel,  Frederick  C,  et  at.  (See  Ziegler,  George  J.,  as- 
signor.) 

Bevan,  Daniel,  Pembrey,  Wales.  Portable  farm  crane. 
No.  1,438,292  ;  Dec.  12. 

Bevel,  Jack  H.,  Dallas,  Tex.-  Measuring  device.  No. 
1,417,021  ;  May  23. 

Beverage,  Harold  H.,  Riverhead,  N.  Y..  assignor  to  Gen- 
eral Electric  Company.  Radioreceiving  system  No. 
1,434,984  ;   Nov.  7. 

Beverage,  Harold  H.,  Riverhead,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Gen- 
eral Electric  Company.  Radioreceiving  system.  No. 
1,434,985;   Nov.   7. 

Beverage,  Harold  H.,  Riverhead,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Gen- 
eral Electric  Company.  Radioreceiving  system.  No. 
1.434,986;    Nov.    7. 

Bevere,  Andrew,  G.  Greco,  and  A.  G.  Rizzolo,  Newark,  N.  J. 
Locking  device.     No.  1,408,854;  Mar.  7. 

Beverly,  Fred  P.,  and  C.  Caldwell,  Kaufman,  Tex.  Car 
brake.     No.   1,430,487  ;   Sept.   26. 

Bevier,  Philip  H.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Hollow  building  block. 
No.  1,419,713;  June  13. 

Bevier,  Philip  H.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Reenforced  floor  con- 
struction.    No.  1,432,100  ;  Oct.  17. 

Beville,  Webster  J.,  London,  England.  Illuminated  appa- 
ratus for  displaying  and  advertising  purposes.  No. 
1,419,899  ;  June  13. 

Beville,  Webster  J.,  London,  England.  Illuminated  sign 
or  advertisement.     No.  1,430,147  ;  Sept.  26. 

Bevins,  Edward  C.  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Inflating  coupling. 
No.  1,416,781  ;  May  23. 

Beyea,  Frank  H.,  Akron,  Ohio.  Manufacturing  cable 
beads  or  grommets.     No.  1,429,123  ;  Sept.  12. 

Beyea,  Frank  H.,  Akron,  Ohio.  Manufacturing  cable 
beads  or  grommets.     No.  1,429,124;  Sept.  12. 

Beyer,  Clarence  B.,  Albuquerque,  N.  Mex.,  assignor  of 
three-eighths  to  P.  G.  Redington,  and  one-fourth  to 
F.  L.  McNama,  Albuquerque,  N.  Mex.  Tripping  device. 
No.  1,416,161  ;  May  16. 

Beyer,  Otto  S.,  Brooklyn,  assignor  to  E.  W.  Bliss  Com- 
pany, New  York,  N.  Y.  Drawing  press.  No.  1,433,116  ; 
Oct.  24. 

Beyer,  Peter  G.  G.,  Chailatfenlund,  Denmark.  Crypto- 
graphic  typewriter.     No.   1,414,496;   May   2. 

Beyermann,  Hugo  F.,  Chicago,  111.  Fountain  hairbrush. 
No.  1,413,384  ;  Apr.  18. 

Beynon,  Harry  A.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Auto-seat  ventilator 
back.     No.   1,412,037  ;  Apr.   11. 

Bezzenberger,  Edward  N.      (See  Cox,  Edward,   assignor.) 

Biach,  Ludwig  K.,  New  Haven,  Conn.  Apparatus  for  and 
method  of  dyeing  material.     No.  1.415,513  ;  May  9. 

Bialy,  Pete.     (See  Mark,  L..  and  Bialy.) 

Bianchi  y  Reche,  Fernando,  Madrid,  Spain.  Office  desk. 
No.   1.421,564  ;   July  4. 

Bibb  &  Caven  et  al.     (See  Boudreaux,  Theodore,  assignor.) 

Bibicos,  Theodore,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Shoe  heel.  No. 
1,419,444;  June  13. 

Bichunsky,  Harry,  Newark,  N.  J.  Radiator  for  automo- 
biles and  the  like.      No.  1,403,226;   Jan.   10. 

Bickel,  Henry  F.      (See  Minnier,  B.  J.,  and  Bickel.) 

Bickel,  Henry  F.,  Plainfield,  N.  J.,  and  B.  J.  Minnier, 
Watertown,  N.  Y.  Dust  collector.  No.  1,420,954  ; 
June  27. 

Bickford,  Oramel  S.,  Greenfield,  Mass.  Machine  for 
grinding  taps.     No.   1.402,473  ;   Jan.   3. 

Bickle,  William  L.,  Manhasset,  N.  Y.  Fuel-feeding  device. 
No.   1,436,568 ;   Nov.   21. 

Bickley,  Allen,  Sandusky,  Ohio.  Coating  composition. 
No.  1,432,523;  Oct.  17. 

Bickley,  Ross  M.,  assignor  to  Heyl  &  Patterson.  Inc., 
Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Picking  table.  No.  1,425.441  ; 
Aug.  8. 

Bidaud.  Florentin,  Lyon,  France,  assignor  to  Societe 
Chimique  des  TJsines  du  Rhone  (anciennement  Gillmrd 
P.  Monnett  et  Carrier),  Paris,  France.  Process  for  the 
manufacture  of  aromatic  oxyaldehyde.  No.  1,418,904; 
June  6. 

Biddle,.  Arthur,  Trenton,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  United  Products 
Corporation  of  America.  Fire-extinguishing  compo- 
sition.    No.  1,428,207;  Sept.  5. 

Biddle,  Arthur,  Trenton,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  United  Prod- 
ucts Corporation  of  America.  Caoutchouc  composition. 
No.    1.437.4S7 ;    Dec.    5. 

Biderman,  Julius,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Comb.  No.  1,425,937  ; 
Aug.  15. 

Bidwell,  Earl  E.,  assignor  of  forty-five  one-lumdredths  to 
P.  Quesenberry,  Frederick.  Okla.  Packing  means  for 
rotary  engines.     No.  1,424,977  ;  Aug.  8. 

Bidwell,  Earl  E.,  assignor  of  forty-five  oue-hundredths  to 
P.  Quesenberry,  Frederick,  Okla.  Internal-combustion 
rotary  engine.     No.   1.427,053;   Aug.  22. 

Bidwell,  Paul  W.,  Easthampton,  assignor  to  B.  F.  Perkins 
&  Son.  Inc..  Holvoke,  Mass.  Cloth-piling  machine.  No. 
1,432.955:   Oct.  24. 

Bieber.  Nathan,  Poland.  Ohio.  Loader  for  corn  hinders. 
No.  1,426,347  ;  Aug.  22. 

Biebow,  William  E.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Hydrometer. 
No.    1.405,094 ;    Jan.    31. 


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Biederinann,  Hugo  F.,  Tuscaloosa,  Ala.  Sawmill  set- 
works.      No.    1,412,797;    Apr.    11. 

Biedinger,  Harry  E.,  East  Chicago,  Ind.  Cushioning 
device  for  vehicles.     No.   1,410,645  ;  Mar.  28. 

Biehl,  Bernard,  St.,  Newark,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  J.  1.-. 
Sominer  Manufacturing  Co.  Key  case.  No.  1,418,059  : 
May  30.  m 

Biehn,  Hobart  G.     (See  Neumeyer,  Horace  P.,  assignor.) 

Biehn,  Joseph  I'".,  assignor  to  The  Abbott  Laboratories, 
Chicago,  111.  Closure  for  hypodermic-solution  con- 
tainers.    No.    1.413,703 ;   Apr.   25. 

Bielmann,  Otto,  Magdeburg,  Germany.  Making  juices, 
jellies,  and  jams  from  vegetable  substances  such  as 
fruits  and  vegetables.     No.  1,429,834;   Sept.   19. 

Bienenfcld.    Jacques.       (See    Gerber,    Charles,    assignor.) 

Biener,  Herman  L.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Garment  hanger. 
No.  1,429,835;  Sept.   19. 

Bienstock,  Anna  E.,  Newark,  N.  J.  Mop.  No.  1,400,966  ; 
Feb.  21. 

Bieuveniie,  Joseph.      (See  Bienveniie,  Ren6  and  J.) 

Bienveniie,  Reu6  and  J.,  Paris,  Prance.  Current  collector 
for   railway   vehicles.     No.   1,428,133 ;   Sept.   5. 

Bicnz.  Charles,  St.  Jean,  Geneva,  Switzerland.  Slide 
valve.     No.  1,411,153;  Mar.  28. 

Bicrnd,  Max  P.,  Miami,  Fla.  Egg  container.  No.  1,416,934  ; 
May  23. 

Blersdorf,  Herman  It.     (See  Hunt,  T..  and  Biersdorf.) 

Biery,  Harvey  V.,  Oklahoma,  Okla.  Rotary  photogravure 
press.     No.   1,421,360;   July  4. 

Biesemeyer.  Henry  L.,  Topeka,  Kans.  Combined  curtain 
and  shade  bracket.     No.  1,437,288  :  Nov.  28. 

Blette,  Henry  C,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Percolator.  No. 
1,405,662  ;  Feb.  7. 

Bieuville,  Marcel,  Bellevue,  France.  Drawing  apparatus 
utilizing  parallel  movements.     No.  1,408,252  ;  Feb.  28. 

Biflex  Products  Company.  (See  Evelyn,  Harry  C,  as- 
signor.) 

Bifk'X  Products  Company-  (See  Grotenhuis,  William  J., 
assignor.) 

Biflex  Products  Company.  (See  Pancoast,  W.  G.,  and 
Grotenhuis, .  assignors.) 

Bigelow.  Leroy  E..  Medford,  Oreg.  Throttle-valve  lock 
for  motor   vehicles.      No.   1,403,379  ;   Jan.   10. 

Big-Four  Electric  Company.  (See  Holmes,  Andrew  J., 
assignor.) 

Biggerstaff,  Frank  G.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Harrow.  No. 
1,422,173;    July    11. 

Biggs,  Charles  L.,  Mercdian  Tenn.  Mail  delivery  and  re- 
ceiving device.     No.  1,425,167  ;  Aug.  8. 

Biggs,  Robert  H.,  St.  Catherines,  Ontario,  Canada.  Ad- 
vertising device  for  paper-tape  magazine  holders.  No. 
1,409,654;   Mar.   14. 

Biggs,  Theodore  J.     (See  Baker,  F.  E..  and  Biggs.) 

Biggs,  Thomas  A.,  Sioux  City,  Iowa.  Container  car. 
No.  1,432,151 ;  Oct.  17. 

Biggs,  William  A.,  Meridian,  Miss.  Wheel  antislipping 
attachment.     No.    1.418,060 ;   May   30. 

Bigler,  Albert  D.,  Clearfield,  Pa.  Brick  wall  construction. 
No.    1,419,805;   June   13. 

Bigmore,  Cyril  F.,  London,  England.  Mechanical  race- 
game  apparatus.    No.  1,436.935  ;  Nov.  28. 

Bignell,  Edward,  Lincoln,  assignor  to  Concrete  Piling 
Company,  Seward,  Nebr.  Method  and  means  for  cur- 
rent and  channel  control,  in  moving  bodies  of  water. 
No.  1,409,140  ;  Mar.  7. 

Bignell,  Edward,  Lincoln,  assignor  to  Concrete  Piling  Com- 
pany, Seward,  Nebr.  Construction  of  and  sinking  piles. 
No.  1,435,144;  Nov.  14. 

Bisrnell,  Gerald,  Chicago,  111.  Lubricator.  No.  1,435,276  ; 
Nov.  14. 

Bigney,  S.  O.,  &  Company.  (See  Grant,  Herbert  G„ 
assignor.) 

Bigot,  Alexandre.  Paris,  France.  Furnace,  kiln,  or  the 
like.     No.  1,404,427  ;  Jan.  24. 

Bihler,  Albert  E.,  Omaha,  Nebr.  Traction  appendage  for 
wheel  tires.     No.  1.407,832  ;  Feb.  28. 

Bihn,  William  II.,  Petaluma,  Calif.  Egg  turner.  No. 
1,422.250;    July    11. 

Bijur,  Joseph,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor,  by  mesne  as- 
signments, to  Bijur  Motor  Appliance  Company.  Engine 
starting  device.      (Reissue.)      No.  15,403;  July  11. 

Bijur,  Joseph,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor,  by  mesne  as- 
signments, to  Bijur  Motor  Appliance  Company.  Start- 
ing apparatus  for  airplane  engines  and  the  like.  No. 
1,429.670;    Sept.    19. 

Bijur,  Joseph.  -New  York.  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Bijur  Motor 
Appliance  Company.  Starting  apparatus  for  airplane 
engines  and  the  like.     No.  1.429,671 ;  Sept.  19. 

Bijur  Motor  Appliance  Company.  (See  Bijur,  Joseph, 
assignor.)       ilteissue.) 

Bijur  Motor  Appliance  Company.  (See  Wolffsohn,  Lionel 
M.,   assignor.) 

Bijur  Motor  Appliance  Company.  (See  Woolson,  Lionel 
M.,    assignor.) 

Biles,  David  H.,  ct  al.     (See  Hartin,  Robert  C,  assignor.) 

Bilger,  Samuel  B.,  Buckingham,  Pa.  Piano  hoist.  No. 
1,428,875  ;  Sept.  12. 

Bilger,  Walter  A.,  and  A.  C.  Walker,  assignors  to  The 
American  Pulley  Company,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Ladder 
and  manufacturing  the  same.     No.  1,422,054;  July  11. 

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Biller,  David,  assignor  to  Siemers-Marshall  Electric  Com- 
pany, St.  Louis,  Mo.  Lighting  fixture  for  show  cases 
and  the  like.     No.  1,435,798  ;  Nov.  14. 

Billing,   Herman.      (See  Kimmel,  G.   C,  and  Billing.) 

Billingham,  Milton  C.  J.,  Kalamazoo,  Mich.  Paper-stock- 
treating  machine.    No.  1,420,362  ;  June  20. 

Billingham,  Milton  C.  J.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  H.  L. 
Vander  Horst,  Kalamazoo,  Mich.  Method  of  and  appa- 
ratus for  disintegrating  paper  stock.  No.  1,422,251 ; 
July    11. 

Billings,  Cecil  M.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Axle  construction.  No. 
1,418,276:  June  6. 

Billings,  Cecil  M.,  Brooklyn,  assignor  to  Delmore  Manu- 
facturing Co.,  Inc.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Crank-shaft  con- 
struction.    No.   1,412,604  ;   Apr.   11. 

Billings,    Frank.      (See   Greenleaf,    Robert   P.,    assignor.) 

Billings,  Frank,  and  R.  P.  Greenleaf,  Cleveland,  Ohio; 
said  Greenleaf  assignor  to  said  Billings.  Loading  ma- 
chine.    No.   1,420,681  ;  June  27. 

Billings,  J.  R.,  Iron  &  Steel  Company.  (See  Billings, 
James   R.,   assignor.) 

Billings,  James  R.,  assignor  to  J.  R.  Billings  Iron  &  Steel- 
Company,  Chicago,  111.     Purifying  cast  iron  and  elimi- 
nating objectionable  gases  and  oxides.     No.  1,412,077  ; 
Apr.    11. 

Billings,  William  J       (See  Cleeve,  Henrv  F.,  assignor.) 

Billings,  William  W.,  Lakewood,  assignor  to  The  B.  &  W. 
Tool  &  Die  Co.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Electromagnetic  mo- 
tor.    No.   1,436,335  ;  Nov.   21. 

Billings  &  Spencer  Company,  The.  (See  Adams,  Harold 
I.,    assignor.) 

Billingsley,  Henry  A.,  Covington,  Ohio.  Self-feeding  at- 
tachment for  ensilage  cutters.     No.  1.416,251  ;  May  16. 

Billingsley,  Percy  L.,  Orlando,  Fla.  Flexible  operating 
mechanism.     No.   1,424,148;  Aug.   1. 

Billingsly,  Sterling  T.  (See  Nichols,  J.  S.,  Billingsly,  and 
Scoggins.) 

Billington,  John  E.,  Altrincham,  assignor  to  Linotype 
and  Machinery  Limited,  London,  England.  Distribut- 
ing mechanism  of  typographical  composing  and  casting 
machines.      No.    1,427,511 ;    Aug.   29. 

Billman,  Obed  C.     (See  Myers,  C.  G.,  and  Billman.) 

Billon,  Frederic.  (See  Schneider,  J.,  Hurlimann,  and 
Billon.) 

Billon,  Frederic,  Solothurn,  Switzerland.  Electric  igni- 
tion   apparatus.      No.    1,428,134 ;    Sept.    5. 

Billon,  Frederic,  assignor  to  Firm  Scintilla.  Solothurn, 
Switzerland.  Electric  starter  for  internal-combustion 
engines.     No.   1,416,326:  Mav  16. 

Billon,    Marcel.       (See    Dufay,    F.,    and   Billon.) 

Bills,  Alexander,  Homestead,  Oreg.  Portable  reciprocat- 
ing saw   machine.     No.   1,428,208 ;    Sept.   5. 

Bills,    Wilmont.      (See  Fowle,    C.    L.,    and   Bills.) 

Bilterman,  John  A.,  Albia,  Iowa.  Nut  lock.  No. 
1,409,817  ;  Mar.  14. 

Bilterman,  John  A.,  Albia,  and  W.  J.  Smith,  Ottumwa, 
Iowa.     Automobile  bumper.     No.  1,435,100 ;   Nov.   7. 

Bilton  Machine  Tool  Company,  The.  (See  Hoagland, 
Frank   O.,   assignor.) 

Bimm,  Georges  K.,  Aubervilliers,  France.  Electrically- 
operated  vacuum  cleaner.     No.  1,415,773  ;  May  9. 

Bimson.  Alfred  G.,  Berthoud,  Colo.  Beet  harvester.  No. 
1,410,880;  Mar.  28. 

Binder,  Homer  P.,  West  Allis,  assignor  to  Allis-Chalmers 
Manufacturing  Company,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Hydraulic 
machine.     No.   1,404,712;   Jan.  24. 

Binder,  Louis,  Newark,  N.  J.  Box  and  making  the  same. 
No.  1,417,295  ;  May  23. 

Binder,  Louis,  Newark,  N.  J.  Box  fastening.  No. 
1,417,296  ;  May  23. 

Bindon,  George  H.,  Ottawa,  Ontario,  Canada.  Electric 
cooker.     No.  1,428,825  ;  Sept.  12. 

Bindschelder,  Theodore  S.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  A.  B. 
Frederick,  Detroit.  Mich.  Magnetic  balance.  No. 
1,428,833;  Sept.  12. 

Bindschedler.  Theodore  S.,  assignor  to  Burroughs  Adding 
Machine  Company,  Detroit.  Mich.  Device  for  operating 
adding  machines  and  the  like.     No.  1,436,639  ;  Nov.  28. 

Binfield,  Joel,  and  W.  S.,  Kenmare,  N.  Dak.  Automatic 
speed  governor.     No.  1,433,596  ;  Oct.  31. 

Binfield,  Willard  S.     (See  Binfield,  Joel  and  W.  S.) 

Bing.  Julius,  Eisenbach.  Germany.  Machine  for  reducing 
turning  chips  and  the  like."   No.  1.415.861  ;  May  16. 

Bing-Werke,  vorm.  Gebr.  Bing  A.-G.  (See  Griitzmann, 
Heinrich,  assignor.) 

Bing-Werke,  vormals  Gebr.  Bing  Akriengesellschaft.  (See 
Augustin,  Wilhelm,  assignor.) 

Bing,  William  S.,  San  Diego,  Calif.  Printing  device.  No. 
1,437,711;    Dec.    5. 

Bingaman,  Raymond  A.,  Batavia,  Ohio.  Advertising  de- 
vice.     No.    1,422,529  ;    July    11. 

Bingay,  Robert  V.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Pittsburgh 
Transformer  Company.  Transformer  -  tank  base.  No. 
1,403,478 ;  Jan.  17. 

Bingay,  Robert  V.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Pitts- 
burgh Transformer  Company.  Safety  valve  or  blow-off. 
No.  1,415,216  ;  May  9. 

Bingay,  Robert  V.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Pittsburgh 
Transformer  Company.  Welded  structure  and  forming 
same.     No.  1.420,016  ;  June  20. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees— Continued. 


Bingay,  Robert  V.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Pittsburgh 
Transformer  Company.  Transformer.  No.  1,421,899 ; 
July  4. 

Bingay,  Robert  V.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Pitts- 
burgh Transformer  Company.  Transformer  construc- 
tion.     No.    1.425,504  ;    Aug.    15. 

Bingay,  Robert  V.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Pittsburgh 
Transformer  Company.'  Radiator.  No.  1,437,039  ; 
Nov.  28. 

Bihger,  Gustav  II.,  Topeka,  Kans.  Vise  spreader.  No. 
1,405,263.   Jan.   31. 

Bingham,  Forrest  E.,  New  Bedford,  Mass.  Blowtorch. 
No.  1,425,362  ;  Aug.  8. 

Bingham,  Forrest  E.,  and  T.  Tomlinson,  New  Bedford, 
Mass.  Spooling-machine  tension  device.  No.  1,408,560  ; 
Mar.  7. 

Bingham,  George  C,  assignor  of  one-half  to  E.  E.  Bentall, 
Maldon,  England.  Liquid-fuel  internal-combustion  en- 
gine.    No.  1,410,241 ;  Mar.  21. 

Bingham,  Jeremiah,  assignor  to  The  Bock  Bearing  Com- 
pany, Toledo,  Ohio.  Roller  bearing.  No.  1,416,680 ; 
May  23. 

Bingham,  Theron  R.,  Enid,  Okla.  Antiskid  device.  No. 
1,412,832;  Apr.  18. 

Bingman,  John,  Mount  Tabor,  Wis.  Attachment  for  hy- 
drocarbon containers.     No.  1,424,068  ;  July  25. 

Bink,  Anthony,  Stockton,  Calif.  Boat  propeller.  No. 
1,412,229  ;   Apr.    11. 

Binkis,  Paul  P.,  Greenport,  N.  Y.  Ring  knife.  No. 
1,432,316;  Oct.  17. 

Binkley,  Kenneth  L.,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  The 
Barrett  Company.  Plastic  composition.  No.  1,418,905  ; 
June  6. 

Binkley,  Martin  L.,  Lima,  Ohio.  Building  block.  No. 
1.430,431  ;   Sept.  26. 

Binka,  Harry  1).,  River  Forest,  111.  Two-fluid  spray 
nozzle.     No.   1,433,255 ;    Oct.   24. 

Binmore,  Charles  J.,  Montreal,  Quebec,  Canada.  Cultivat- 
ing implement.     No.  1,419.953;  June  20. 

Binnie.  John  S.,  Kilmaeoltn,  Scotland.  Turbine.  No. 
1,409,074  ;  Mar.  7. 

Binns,  William,  Bradford,  assignor  of  one-half  to  J.  D. 
Mander,  Bingley,  York,  England.  Textile  spinning, 
drawing,  slubbing,  roving,  and  the  like  machine.  No. 
1,435,912;   Nov.    21. 

Binz,  Arthur.      (See  Kolle,  W.,  and  Binz.) 

Biondo,  Carmelo,  Boston,  Mass.  Waterproofing  cloth.  No. 
1,432,833  :  Oct.  24. 

Bippart,  Achill,  East  Orange,  N.  J.  Jewelry  coupling. 
No.   1,421, 38S;  July  4. 

Bippart,  Griscom  &  Osborn.  (See  Buckman,  Edward  II., 
assignor. ) 

Birch,  Chester  W.,  Chicago,  111.  Swing  hanger.  No. 
1.419,806;  June  13. 

Birch,    Gustaf   B.      (See   Cameron,   J.   A.,    and   Birch.) 

Birchbauer,  Ferdinand,  assignor  of  one-half  to  J.  H. 
Fallin,  Baltimore,  Md.  Internal-combustion  engine. 
No.    1,423,477  ;   July   18. 

Bircher  Co.,  The.      (See  Keiser,  Arthur  J.,  assignor.) 

Birchman,  Andrew,  G.  O.  Matter,  and  J.  II.  McCoy,  as- 
signors to  Universal  Nut  Lock  Company,  Portland, 
Oreg.    'Nut  lock.     No.  1,424,978  ;  Aug.  8. 

Birchy,  Roy  O.,  et  al.      (See  Busby,  Robert  S.,  assignor.) 

Bird.  A.  M.      (See  Conley,  Joseph  M.,  assignor.) 

Bird,   Arthur.      (See  Fisher,   Lawrence   W.,   assignor.) 

Bird,  Charles  S.,  Walpole,  Mass.  Cover  board  for  shingle 
bundles  and  the  like.     No.  1,429,836  ;  Sept.  19. 

Bird,  Edward  S.     (See  Cockburn,  F.  B..  and  Bird.) 

Bird,  George  W.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Railway  car.  No. 
1.435,198  ;  Nov.  14. 

Bird,  John,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Cooling,  heating,  and 
ventilating  apparatus.     No.  1.409,520  :  Mar.  14. 

Bird,  Lester  F.,  Seattle,  Wash.  Inductance.  No. 
1,439,995  ;    Dec.   26. 

Bird,  Lester  F.,  Seattle,  Wash.  Flexible  mounting 
means.     No.  1,439,996  ;   Dec.  26. 

Bird,  Lester  F.,  Seattle,  Wash.  Insulation  mounting. 
No.   1,439,997  ;  Dec.  26. 

Bird,  Peter  E.,  .Tenkintown,  assignor  to  Automatic  Ma- 
chinery &  Equipment  Companv,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Coin- 
ing and  dies  therefor.    No.  1.434,190  ;  Oct.  31. 

Bird,  Walter,  Morrilton,  Ark.  Dasher  mechanism  for 
churns.     No.  1,420.955  ;  June  27. 

Birdsboro  Steel  Foundry  &  Machine  Company.  (See  Laus 
sucq,   Henri  P.  L.,   assignor.) 

Birdsey,  Charles  R.,  Hinsdale,  assignor  to  United  States 
Gvpsum  Company,  Chicago,  111.  Plaster  board.  No. 
1.406,967  ;  Feb.  21. 

Birdsey,  Charles  R.,  Hinsdale,  assignor,  by  mesne  assign- 
ments, to  United  States  Gypsum  Company,  Chicago, 
111.  Calcining  gypsum  rock  and  the  like.  No.  1,412,203  ; 
Apr.    11. 

Birdsey,  Charles  R.,  Hinsdale,  assignor  to  United  States 
Gypsum  Companv,  Chicago,  111.  Plaster  board.  No. 
1,427,939;  Sept.  5. 

Birdsey,  Charles  R.,  Hinsdale,  assignor,  by  mesne  assign 
ments,  to  United  States  Gypsum  Company,  Chicago, 
III.  Load-supporting  building  tile.  No.  1,428,623 ; 
Sept.  12. 

Birdsey,  Charles  R..  Hinsdale,  assignor,  by  mesne  assign- 
ments, to  United  States  Gypsum  Company,  Chicago, 
111.    Plasterboard.     No.  1,428,624;  Sept.  12. 

Birdsong,  Richard  E.,  Mncon,  Ga.  Safety  tractor  coupling. 
No.  1.413,252;  Apr.  18. 


Birdzell,  John  W.,  Arkansas  City,  Kans.  Antiskid  and 
pull-out  device  for  automobiles.     No.  1,439,684  ;  Dec.  26. 

Birgbauer,  Conrad,  Detroit,  Mich.  Wheel  dresser.  No. 
1.427,573  ;   Aug.   29. 

Birgh,  John  B..  Chicago,  111.  Roller  bearing.  No. 
1,410,988  ;  Mar.  28. 

Birgh,  John  B.,  Chicago,  111.  Roller  bearing.  No. 
1,418,277  ;   June  6. 

Birkeland,  Ingolf,  Fort  Benton,  Mont.  Grain  stacker.  No. 
1,430,784  ;  Oct.  3. 

Birkenmaier,  Theodore,  assignor  to  W.  N.  Matthews  and 
Brother,  Inc.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Spray  gun.  No.  1,436,145  ; 
Nov.    21. 

Biiket,  William  E.,  Peoria,  111.  Sound  recording  and 
reproducing  machine.     No.  1,422,022  ;  July  4. 

Birkigt.  Marc,  Bois-Colombes.  France  Control  device  for 
spring-mounted  members.     No.  1,437,220  :  Nov.  28. 

Birmingham  Iron  Foundry.  (See  Gordon,  William  A., 
assignor.) 

Birmingham,  Michael  R.,  Yonkers,  N.  Y.  Pile-fabric  loom. 
No.  1,407,121  ;  Feb.  21. 

Birmingham  Motors.     (See  Weaver,  Cains  E.,  assignor.) 

Birmingham  Small  Arms  Company,  The.  (See  Drummonil, 
Arthur,    assignor.) 

Birnstock,  William  W.,  assignor  to  York  Milk  Machinery 
Company,  York,  Pa.  Bottle-washing  machine.  No. 
1,435.046;    Nov.   7. 

Biroscak,  Stephen  S.  K.,  Bridgeport,  Conn.  Toy.  No. 
1,422,334  ;   July  11. 

Birosh,  John  W.,  Brownsville,  Pa.  Safety  device  for 
aeroplanes.     No.  1,428,135  ;  Sept.  5. 

Birtman  Electric  Company.  (See  Hardin,  R.  S.,  and 
Wiehle,  assignors.) 

Bisaillon,  Hector  E.      (See  Mills.  W.  S.,  and  Bisaillon.) 

Bisbing,  Ingham  W.,  Colwyn.  Pa.  Bedcover-holding  de- 
vice.    No.  1,438,475  ;  Dec.  12. 

Bischof,  Bernhard,  Geneva,  Switzerland.  Device  for  pie- 
venting  the  penetration  of  air  into  centrifugal  pumps. 
No.  1,421,389  ;  July  4. 

Bischoff,  Walter  O.,  Chicago,  111.  Automobile  control 
pedal.     No.  1,432,379  ;  Oct.  17. 

Bisey,  Sunker  A.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Spiritualistic  com- 
munication   apparatus.      No.    1,420,956  ;  •  June    27. 

Bisey,  Sunker  Aq.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Line-slug-casting  ma- 
chine.     No.    1.423,3S8;    July    18. 

Bishop,  Addison,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Pop-corn-candy  mixer. 
No.  1.404,338;  Jan.  24. 

Bishop,  Charles  W.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Shock  absorber. 
No.   1,425,831  :  Aug.   15. 

Bishop,  George  E.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Automobile  inclosure. 
No.  1,425,442;  Aug.  8. 

Bishop,  George  E.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Automobile  curtain. 
No.   1,425,443  ;  Aug.  8. 

Bishop,  George  E.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Automobile  inclosure. 
No.  1,425,444  ;  Aug.  8. 

Bishop,  George  E.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Automobile  inclosure. 
No.  1,425,445  ;  Aug.  8. 

Bishop.  James  S.,  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Camera.  No. 
1.415.514;  May  9. 

Bishop,  John  A.,  Clearwater,  Fla.  Oil-burning  apparatus. 
No.    1,420.957;   June   27. 

Bishop,  Joseph  W.,  Muskegon,  Mich.,  assignor  to  The 
Brunswick-Balke-Collender  Company,  Chicago,  111.  Ma- 
chine for  making  batterv  jars  and  other  hard-rubber  re- 
ceptacles.    No.  1,407,979  :  Feb.  28. 

Bishop,  Joseph  W.,  Muskegon,  Mich.,  assignor  to  The 
Brunswick-Balke-Collender  "Company,  Chicago.  Ill,  Ma- 
chine for  making  battery  jars.     No.  1,407,980:  Feb.  28. 

Bishop,  Newton  J.,  Washington,  D.  C.  Gate.  No. 
1,423,929  ;   Oct.  31. 

Bishop,  Newton  J.,  Washington,  D.  C.  Window-sash  holder. 
No.  1,433,930  ;  Oct.  31. 

Bishop.  Newton  J.,  Washington,  D.  C.  Window  lock.  No. 
1,433,931  ;  Oct.  31. 

Bishop.  Teter  A.,  Fall  River,  Mass.  Tension  device.  No. 
1,433,495;   Oct.  24. 

Bishop,  Ralph  E.,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Time  meter.  No. 
1,414,855  ;    May    2.   • 

Bishop,  Thomas  H.,  assignor  to  The  Line-A-Time  Mfg. 
Co.,  Inc.,  Rochester,  N.  Y.  Book-holding  copyholder. 
No.  1,428,937;  Sept.  12. 

Bishop,  Thomas  H.,  assignor  to  The  Line-A-Time  Co.,  Tnc, 
Rochester,  N.  Y.     Copyholder.     No.  1,428,938  :  Sept.  12. 

Bishop,  William  E.,  Kansas  City,  Kans.  Stamping  ma- 
chine.    No.  1.416,442  ;  May  16. 

Bishop  and  Babcock  Company,  The.  (See  Weatherhead, 
E.   H.,   and   Patton,   assignors.) 

Bissell.  Carl  II.,  assignor  to  Grouse-Hinds  Company,  Syr- 
acuse, N.  Y.  Housing  and  switch-operating  means  tor 
lamp  sockets.     No.   1.408,855  :  Mar.  7. 

Bissell,  Carl  II.,  assignor  to  Crouse-Hinds  Company,  Syra- 
cuse, N.  Y.  Extension  for  conduit  outlet  boxes.  No. 
1,424,443  ;   Aug.   1. 

Bissell  Carl  II.,  assignor  to  Crouse-Hinds  Company,  Syra- 
cuse, N.  Y.  Portable  electric  lamp.  No.  1,426,707 ; 
Aug.  22. 

Bissell,  Carl  II.,  assignor  to  Crouse-Hinds  Company,  Syra- 
cuse, N.  Y.     Electric  switch.     No.  1,430,718  ;  Oct.  3. 

Bissell  Carpet  Sweeper  Company.  (See  Owen,  Ira  J., 
assignor. ) 

Bissell.  Don  W.  (See  Cntrona,  D.  J.,  McCann,  and  Bissell.) 

Bissell,  William  IL,  et  al.  (See  Fredrick.  Hugo  E..  as- 
signor.) 


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Bissell,  William  H.,  et  al.  (See  Fredrick,  Hugo  E.  J., 
assignor. ) 

Bisset,  David  L.,  assignor  to  P.  Lyall  &  Sons  Construc- 
tion Company,  Limited,  Montreal,  Quebec,  Canada. 
Chuck.     No.  1,426,541 ;  Aug.  22. 

Bither,  Frederick  H.,  assignor  to  American  Box  Board 
Company,  Grand  Rapids,  Mich.  Connecting  and  cor- 
rugating  paper.     No.   1,410,879  ;  Mar.  28. 

Bitonti,  Salvatore  fu  A.,  Clarksburg,  W.  Va.  Fish  trap. 
No.    1,412,649;    Apr.    11. 

Bitschkus,  Maximo,  Santiago,  Chile.  Tire  cover.  No. 
1,437,791 ;    Dec.    5. 

Bittaker,  Harvey  J.,  assignor  to  The  Firestone  Tire  and 
Rubber  Company,  Akron,  Ohio.  Expansible  core  for  vul- 
canizing tires.     No.  1,407,718  ;  Feb.  28. 

Bittel,  Edward,  Forest  Park,  111.  Faucet.  No.  1,428.826  ; 
Sept.  12. 

Bittel,  Martin  G.     (See  Furness,  R.,  and  Bittel.) 

Bitterman,    Simon.      (See  Nowlan,   John   B.,   assignor.) 

Bitting,  John  E.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Post  preserver. 
No.  1,419,108  ;  June  6. 

Bittner,  Attalus  C,  Clinton,  Iowa.  Conical  or  cylinder 
grinding   mill.      No.    1,430,432  ;    Sept.   26. 

Bi-View,  Limited.     (See  Sutphen,  Robert  M.,  assignor.) 

Bixler,  L.  B.  Henry,  and  W.  L.,  Fresno,  Calif.  Garment 
conveyer.     No.   1,420.907  ;  June  27. 

Bixler,  William  D.,  Oklahoma,  Okla.  Poultry-carrying 
body.     No.  1,432,439;  Oct.   17. 

Bixler,  William  L.     (See  Bixler,  L.  B.  Henry,  and  W.  L.) 

Bjerre,  Gravers  J.,  Copenhagen,  Denmark.  Electric  re- 
sistance for  regulating  the  candlepower  of  electric  in- 
candescent lamps.     No.  1,428,834  ;  Sept.  12. 

Bjbrkgren,  Johan  F.,  Holmgatan,  Falun,  Sweden,  assignor, 
by  mesne  assignments,  to  Regulax  Engine  Corporation. 
Regulating  mechanism  for  controlling  the  supply  of 
fuel  to  internal-combustion  engines.  No.  1,410,360 ; 
Mar.  21. 

Bjorkman,  Axel  W.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Soldering  device. 
No.    1,422,917 ;   July   18. 

Bjorlin.  Harold  E.,  Duluth,  Minn.  Bread-slicing  machine. 
No.   1,420,235  ;  June  20. 

Bjornstad,  Jurgen,  Reading,  England.  Reciprocating 
pump.      No.    1.413.568;    Apr.    25. 

Blabon,  George  W.,  Company,  The.  (See  Tamberlin,  John, 
assignor.) 

Blache.  Hans  II.,  Hellerup,  near  Copenhagen,  Denmark. 
Cooling  of  pistons  and  piston  rods.  No.  1,412,833 ; 
Apr.  18. 

Blache,  Hans  H.,  Copenhagen,  Denmark.  Piston  rod 
for  double-acting  internal-combustion  engines.  No. 
1,439,398;  Dec.  19. 

Blacher,  Samuel,  assignor  to  Joseph  E.  Miller,  Incorpo- 
rated, Providence,  R.  I.  Collar  button.  No.  1,414,617  ; 
May    2. 

Black,  Alvin  L.,  Alto,  Tex  Amusement  device.  No. 
1,427,775  ;   Sept.  5. 

Black,  C.  H..  et  al.     (See  Gunn,  Charles  H.,  assignor.) 

Black,  Donald  W.,  Somerville,  Mass.  Centrifugal  paint 
mixing  or  smoothing  machine.     No.  1.436.692  ;  Nov.  28. 

Black,  George  A.,  et  al.  (See  Newkirk,  William  P.,  as- 
signor.) 

Black.  Harvcv  B.,  Bogota,  N.  J.  Explosive  engine.  No. 
1,424,798  ;  Aug.  8. 

Black,  John  C.,  Beverly  Hills,  Calif.  Production  of  low- 
boiling-point   hydrocarbon.      No.   1,426,813 ;   Aug.   22. 

Black,  John  C„  Destrehan,  La.  Process  and  apparatus 
for  treating  hydrocarbons  to  produce  those  of  lower 
boiling  points.     No.  1,431,772  ;  Oct.   10. 

Black,  John  M..  Sr.,  Harrisburg,  Pa.  Blacksmith's  tongs. 
No.  1,420.516;  June  20. 

Black,  John  Q.,  and  J.  W.  and  J.  II.  Blazer,  Nashville, 
Tenn.     Renovating.     No.  1.412,503  :  Apr.  11. 

Black,  Lee  J..  Beaumont,  Tex.  Hydraulic  swivel.  No. 
1,408.975  ;  Mar.  7. 

Black,  Lester  S.,  White  Pigeon,  Mich.  Barrier  gate.  No. 
1,416,162;  May  16. 

Black,  Reginald  A.  W.,  Winnipeg,  Manitoba,  Canada. 
Separation  of  magnesia  from  lime  and  preparation  of 
water   therefor.      No.    1,436,230 ;    Nov.    21. 

Black.  Walter  G.  (See  York,  Victor,  assignor.)  (Re- 
issue.) 

Black.  Walter  G.,  Whittier,  Calif.  Shock  absorber.  No. 
1,436.079  ;    Nov.    21. 

Black,  William  A.,  Asheville,  N.  C.  Thermometer  holder 
caee.     No.  1,405,709;  Feb.  7. 

Blackall,  Clarence  H..  "Cambridge,  Mass.  Building  con- 
struction.    No.  1,430,931  ;  Oct.  3. 

Blackburn  Aeroplane  &  Motor  Company  Limited,  The.  (See 
Thornton,  Arthur  C,  assignor. ) 

Blackburn,  Arthur  H.,  Downers  Grove,  111.,  assignor  to 
The  Under-Feed  Stoker  Company  of  America,  Chicago, 
111.     Furnace.     No.  1.404.568 ;  Jan.  24. 

Blackburn,  Arthur  H.,  Downers  Grove,  111.,  assignor  to 
The  Under-Feed  Stoker  Company  of  America,  Chicago. 
111.     Underfeed  furnace.     No.  1,404.569  :  Jan.  24. 

Blackburn.  Edward  E.,  assignor  to  Hoosier  Stove  Com- 
pany, Marion,  Ind.  Stove  door.  No.  1.428.579 : 
Sept.  12. 

Blackburn,  Frank  C,  Malta  Bend.  Mo.  Teakettle  and  other 
boiling  receptacle.     No.  1,435.579  :  Nov.  14. 

Blackburn.  Guv  W.,  assignor  to  Elgin  Silver  Plate  Com- 
pany, Elgin.  111.     Coffin  handle.     No.  1.402.041  :  .Inn.  3. 

Blackburn.  Henry  F..  and  XV.  J.  Cumraings,  Breckenridge, 
Tex.     Oil-discharge  jet.     No.  1,412.207;  Apr.  11. 


Blackburn,  Jasper,  Webster  Groves,  Mo.  Earth  anchor. 
No.  1,407,920  ;  Feb.  28. 

Blackburn,  Jasper,  Webster  Groves,  assignor  to  The  Black- 
burn Patent  Steering  Wheel  Company,  St.  Louis,  Mo. 
Controlling  device  for  automobiles.  No.  1,418,278; 
June  6. 

Blackburn,  Jasper,  Webster  Groves,  assignor  to  The  Blaele- 
burn  Tatent  Steering  Wheel  Company,  St.  Louis,  Mo. 
Steering  and  controlling  mechanism  for  automobiles. 
No.  1,435,692  ;  Nov.  14. 

Blackburn  Patent  Steering  Wheel  Company,  The.  (See 
Blackburn.  Jasper,  assignor.) 

Blackburn,  Thomas  B.,  et  al.  (See  Sykes,  George,  as- 
signor.) 

Blackburn,  William  N.,  Drexel  Hill,  Pa.  Flue-wall  facing. 
No.  1,436,750  ;  Nov.  28. 

Blackburn,  Wilmuth  E.,  Summit,  N.  J.  Game  apparatus. 
No.  1,432,830:   Oct.  24. 

Blackford,  Atwell  J.,  Cleveland,  Ohio,  assignor  to  Ameri- 
can Stove  Company,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Oil  heating  stove. 
No.  1.404,006;  Jan.  17. 

Blackford,  Atwell  J.,  Cleveland,  Ohio,  assignor  to  Ameri- 
can Stove  Company,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Wickless  oil  burner. 
No.    1,423,302 ;    July   18. 

Blackhurst,  John  C.     (See  Andorton,  R..  and  Blackhurst.) 

Blackmar,  Fred  W.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  L.  M.  Black- 
mar,  Providence,  R.  I.    Wrench.    No.  1,424,009  ;  July  25. 

Blackmar,  Lewis  M.     (See  Blackmar.  Fred  W..  assignor.) 

Blackmore,  Charles  C,  Davton,  Ohio.  Shock  absorber. 
No.  1.435,799  ;  Nov.  14. 

Blackmore,  Charles  C,  Dayton,  Ohio.  Curtain-support- 
ing device  for  automobile  doors  and  the  like.  No. 
1,437,389 ;    Dec.    5. 

Blackmore,  Charles  C,  Dayton,  Ohio.  Lock  for  automo- 
biles and  the  like.     No.   1,437,390  ;  Dec.   5. 

Blackmore,  Lloyd,  assignor  to  General  Motors  Corporation. 
Detroit,  Mich.  Hydrocarbon  motor.  No.  1,410,361; 
Mar.  21. 

Blackstone,  Frank  L.,  Lindsay,  Calif.  Fountain  pen. 
No.    1,413.893 ;    Apr.   25. 

Blackstone  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  More,  Glenn, 
assignor.) 

Blackstone,  Selwyn  R.,  Pittsfield,  N.  II.  Nonsiphon  trap. 
No.   1.411,402  ;  Apr.  4. 

Blaekwell,  Demarkus  S.,  San  Springs',  Okla.  Automobile 
sand  and  mud  dog  for  attaching  to  vehicle  wheels.  No. 
1.422.078  ;    July    11. 

Blaekwell,  Otto  B.,  Garden  City,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Ameri- 
can Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.  Frequency  con- 
trol system.     No.  1,403,835  ;  Jan.  17. 

Blades,  Alvin  C,  assignor  of  one-third  to  C.  E.  Collins 
and  one-third  to  C.  C.  Ward,  Crisfield,  Md.  Signal 
lamp.     No.  1,418,615  ;  June  6. 

Rlaha.  Ludwig.      (See  Neu,   H.,   and  Blaha.1 

Blaicher.  Ernest  C,  Irvington,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Inter- 
state Smelting  and  Refining  Co..  Inc.,  Newark,  N.  J. 
Finger   ring.     No.    1.422,819 ;   July   18. 

Blaikie,   John  R.      (See  Phillips.   R.   W.   I...  and   Blailnc.) 

Blain,  Estella  H.,  administratrix.     (See  Blain,  Joseph  E.) 

Blain,  Flovd  M.,  Central  Point,  Oreg.  Drawbar  hitch  for 
tractors!      No.    1,414,770  ;   May  2. 

Blain,  Floyd  M..  Central  Point,  Oreg.  Tractor  hitch.  No. 
1,435,373  ;   Nov.   14.  .        „„._.. 

Blain  Joseph  E.,  deceased.  Toledo.  Ohio  ;  E.  II.  Blain, 
administratrix,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to  EH. 
Blain.  Thompson,  Pa.  Container.  No.  1,431  ,361  ; 
Oet    10. 

Blaine,  Joseph  R..  assignor  to  Miehle  Printing  Press  & 
Manufacturing  Co.,  Chicago.  111.  Cylinder-trip  mecha- 
nism.    No.  1,408,067  ;  Feb.  28.  . 

Blair  Benjamin  L.,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Ball  projector. 
No.   1.419,445;    June  13.  ^ 

Rlair  Ernest  F..  Warren,  Ohio.  Condiment  holder.  No. 
1,417,444;  May  23. 

Blair,  F.  R..  &  Co.     (See  Ungar,  Gustavo  A     fssignor.) 

Blair,  Henrv.  San  Ardo,  assignor  ot  one-half  to  H.  M. 
Madson.  San  Lucas,  Calif.  Railway  spike.  No. 
\  4*>fi  453  *   Aug.   2° 

Blair?  James  B.,  deceased,  Decatur,  111. ;  O.  M.  Blair,  ad- 
ministratrix. Automobile  direction  indicator.  No. 
1,424,070  ;   July   25. 

Blair  Lewis  V.,  assignor  to  The  Mantle  Lamp  Co.  of 
America.  Chicago.  111.  Heat-insulated  receptacle.  No. 
1,435,199:   Nov.   14.  ,„„,.-, 

Blair,  Ora  M.,  administratrix.     (See  Blair,  James  B.) 

Blair,  Robert  S.,  et  al.  (See  Churchward,  James,  as- 
signor.) 

Blair,  Robert  S.,  Sound  Beach,  Conn.  Storage-battery 
construction.     No.  1,416,327;  May  16. 

Blair.  Robert  S.,  South  Orange,  N.  J.  Cigar.  .  No. 
1,437.956 ;    Dec.    5. 

Blair,  Robert  S.,  South  Orange.  N.  J.  Holding  device  for 
doors  and  the  like.     No.   1,439,353:   Dec.    19. 

Blair,  Rolandis  A.,  Fort  Wayne.  Ind.,  assignor  to  The 
P  &  M  Company.  Chicago,  111.  Rail  anchor.  No. 
1,434.524 ;    Nov.    7. 

Blair,  Rolandis  A.,  Fort  Wayne.  Ind..  assignor  to  The 
P  &  M  Company,  Chicago,  HI.  Rail  anchor.  No. 
1.434.525;   Nov.   7. 

Blair,  Thomas,  assignor  of  one-half  to  H.  N.  Street, 
Lonoke,  Ark.     Wrench.     No.  1.436,472:  Nov.  21. 

Blair,  William  L.,  Denver,  Colo.  Reading  desk.  No. 
1,439,998  ;   Dec.   26. 


52 


INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued.  * 


Blair,  William  P.,  et  al.     (See  Cox,  Thomas  E.,  assignor.) 

Blake,  C.  C,  Incorporated.  (See  Blake,  Charles  C,  as- 
signor.) 

Blake,  C.  C,  Incorporated.  (See  Fernald,  Mark  E.,  as- 
signor.) 

Blake,  C.  C,  Incorporated.  (See  Foster,  Edward  E., 
assignor.) 

Blake,  C.  Chandler.     (See  Jansson,  Bennett  G.,  assignor.) 

Blake,  Charles  C,  Brookline,  Mass.  Welting.  No. 
1,408,797  ;  Mar.  7. 

Blake,  Charles  C,  Brookline,  Mass.  Machine  for  making 
insulated  nails.     No.  1,411,951 ;  Apr.  4. 

Blake,  Charles  C,  Brookline,  Mass.  Sole-pressing  ma- 
chine.    No.   1,427,940;   Sept.  5. 

Blake,  Charles  C,  Brookline,  Mass.  Insole-rounding  ma- 
chine.    No.  1,430,210;  Sept.  26. 

Blake,  Charles  C,  Brookline,  assignor  to  C.  C.  Blake, 
Incorporated,  Boston,  Mass.  Welt  guide.  No. 
1,403,227  ;   Jan.  10. 

Blake,  Charles  C,  Brookline,  and  M.  E.  Fernald,  Saugus, 
Mass.  Machine  for  updrawing  uppers.  No.  1,409,521 ; 
Mar.   14. 

Blake,  Eli  J.     (Sf  e  Bouche\  W.  F.,  and  Blake.) 

Blake,  Eli  J.,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Hall  Switch  & 
Signal  Co.  Train-control  system.  No.  1,404,428 ; 
Jan.  24. 

Blake,  Eli  J.,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Gould  Coupler 
Company.     Governor.     No.  1,421,660  ;  July  4. 

Blake,  Eli  J.,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Hall  Switch  & 
Signal  Co.  Train-control  system.  No.  1,421,762; 
July  4. 

Blake,  Frank  W.,  Brooklyn,  assignor  to  Underwood  Com- 
puting Machine  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.     Computing 

"    machine.     No.   1,438,014;   Dec.   5. 

Blake,  Fred  A.,  Springfield,  Mass.  Centrifugal  extractor. 
No.  1,402,206  ;  Jan.  3. 

Blake,  Frederick  A.,  Gardner,  Mass.  Extractor  attach- 
ment.     No.    1,402,207  ;    Jan.    3. 

Blake,  Frederick  H.,  Toronto,  Ontario,  Canada.  Exercis- 
ing device.     No.  1,432,013  ;  Oct.  17. 

Blake,   John  H.,  Jr.      (See  Hewitt,  E.  R.,  and  Blake.) 

Blake,  John  H.,  Knoxville,  Tenn.  Car  wheel.  No. 
1,413,385  ;  Apr.  18. 

Blake,   Jud  M.,   Chicago   Heights,   assignor  to  American 
Manganese  Steel  Company,  Chicago,  111.     Low-percent- 
age manganese  steel.     No.  1,439,939  ;  Dec.  26. 
'Blake,    William    T.,    Reno,    Ohio.      Drive    mechanism    for 
mowing  machines.     No.  1,410,362  ;  Mar.  21. 

Blakeley,  Florence  R.  (See  Conger,  Charles  W.,  assignor.) 
(Reissue.) 

Blakely,  William  W.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Leaf -spring  com- 
pressor.     No.   1,425,832  ;   Aug.   15. 

Blakely,  William  W.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Wheel  block.  No. 
1,429,921 ;   Sept.  26. 

Blakeman,  William  N.,  Jr.,  Mount  Vernon,  N.  Y.  Paint 
vehicle.     No    1,423,389;  July  18. 

Blakeman,  William  N.,  Jr.,  Mount  Vernon,  N.  Y.  Paint 
composition.     No.   1,423,390;  July   18. 

Blakeman,  William  N.,  Jr.,  Mount  Vernon,  N.  Y.  Pig- 
ment composition  for  paints.     No.  1,423,391 ;  July  18. 

Blakeman,  William  N.,  Jr.,  Mount  Vernon,  N.  Y.  Oil.  No. 
1,423,392;    July    18. 

Blakeman,  William  N.,  jr.,  Mount  Vernon,  N.  Y.  Paint 
composition.     No.  1,430,881 ;  Oct.  3. 

Blakeman,  William  N.,  jr.,  Mount  Vernon,  N.  Y.  Mineral 
oil.     No.  1,430,882  ;  Oct.  3. 

Blakemore,  Arthur  H.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Folding  crate.  No. 
1,423,596;  July  25. 

Blakemore,  Henry  G.  G.  (See  Webb,  J.  R.,  and  Blake- 
more.) 

Blakeney,  William  A.,  Denver,  Colo.  Transparent  wind- 
shield wing  for  automobiles.     No.  1,408.436  ;  Mar.  7. 

Blakeslee,  Everett  L.,  Seattle,  Wash.,  assignor  to  Ameri- 
can Bottle  Cap  Company.  Bottle  cap.  No.  1,430,719 ; 
Oct.  3. 

Blakeslee,  G.  S.,  &  Co.     (See  Anstiss,  George  P.,  assignor.) 

Blakeslee,  George  S.,  Chicago,  111.  Washing  machine. 
No.  1404  570  z  Jan.  24. 

Blakeslee,  George  S.,  Chicago,  111.  Dish-washing  ma- 
chine.    No.  1,404,706;  Jan.  24. 

Blakeslee,  George  S.,  Chicago,  111.  Washing  machine.  No. 
1.406,968  ;  Feb.  21. 

Blakeslee,  George  S.,  Chicago,  111.  Machine  for  washing 
boxes,  cans,  and  other  articles.     No.  1,423,300  ;  July  18. 

Blakeslee,  George  S.,  Chicago,  111.  Washing  machine. 
No.  1,426,142  ;  Aug.  15. 

Blakeslee,  George  S.,  Chicago,  111.  Washing  machine. 
No.  1.431.870;  Oct.  10. 

Blakesley,  George  R.,  Edgerton,  Wis.  Electric  iron.  No. 
1,438,742  ;  Dec.   12. 

Blalock,  James  D.,  et  al.  (See  Colgan,  John  P.,  as- 
signor.) 

Blalock,  Jesse  N.,  et  al.,  trustees.  (See  Stevens,  H.  R., 
Rockwell,    and    Howe,   assignors.! 

Blanc-Garln,  Henri  C,  Levallois-Perret,  France.  Change- 
speed  gear.     No.  1,405,391 ;  Feb.  7. 

Blanc,  Gian  A.,  and  F.  Jourdan,  Rome,  Italy.  Treatment 
of  leucitic  rocks  for  the  purpose  of  rendering  potassium 
compounds  available.     No.  1,418,356  ;  June  6. 

Blanehard,  Adna  F.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
Fairfield'  Manufacturing  Company,  Cranston,  R.  I. 
Combination  pocketknife  and  nail  clip.  No.  1,242,551 ; 
Aug.  1.  ._'. 


No.  1,411,834  ; 

Automatic  stop 
No.  1,410,158; 


Ball  projector. 
Ball   projector. 


No. 

No. 
Dust 


Blanehard,  Frederick  C,  assignor  to  Detroit  Lubricator 
Company,  Detroit,  Mich.  Valve.  No.  1,427,256; 
Aug.   29. 

Blanehard,  George  H.,  Northport,  N.  Y.  Toilet  accessory. 
No.  1,431,210;  Oct.  10. 

Blanehard,  George  N.,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Producing 
chlorine  gas.     No.   1,430,785 ;   Oct.   3. 

Blanehard,  George  N.,  assignor  to  Colmar  Burner  Co.,  Inc., 
San  Francisco,  Calif.  Automatic  fuel  control.  (Re- 
issue.)    No.  15,354;  May  16. 

Blanehard,  George  N.,  assignor  to  E.  B.  Kimball,  trustee, 
San  Francisco,  Calif.  Hydrocarbon  generator.  No. 
1,416,328;  May  16. 

Blanehard,  George  N.,  Oakland,  Calif.,  assignor  to  E.  B. 
Kimball,  trustee,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Automatically- 
controlled  pressure  feed  for  liquid  hydrocarbon  burners. 
No.    1,439,288;   Dec.   19. 

Blanehard,  George  O.,  Napoleonville,  La.  Head  cover 
for  internal  -  combustion  engines.  No.  1,429,014 ; 
Sept.  12. 

Blanehard,  Harry  E.,  Hartford,  Conn.,  assignor  to  La- 
pointe  Machine  Tool  Company,  Hudson,  Mass.  Broach- 
ing machine.     (Reissue.)     No.  15,464;  Oct.  10. 

Blanehard,  Leroy  E.,  St.  Lawrence,  S.  D.  Lever  clutch 
release.    No.  1,404,174  ;  Jan.  17. 

Blanehard,  Thomas  R.,  and  E.  B.  Kenefic,  Minneapolis, 
Minn.     Retort  furnace.     No.  1,420,958  ;  June  27. 

Blanchet,  Paul  G.,  South  Orange,  N.  J.  Cardcase.  No. 
1,440,331 ;  Dec.  26. 

Bland,  John,  San  Francisco,  Calif.    Screen. 
Apr.  4. 

Bland,  Joseph  F.,  Winston-Salem,  N.  C. 
for  disk  records  for  talking  machines. 
Mar.  21. 

Bland,  Joseph  F.,  Winston-Salem,  N.  C.  Radiator  cap. 
No.  1,435,800;  Nov.  14. 

Blando,    Frank,    New   York,    N.   Y. 
1,419,538;  June  13. 

Blando,    Frank,   New   York,   N.   Y. 
17419,539;  June  13. 

Blanev,  William  T.,  Peterborough,  Ontario,  Canada. 
collector.      No.    1.427,674 ;   Aug.   29. 

Blangey,  Louis.     (See  Luttringbaus,  A.,  and  Blangey.) 

Blangey.    Louis.      (See   Romer,   A.,    and   Blangey.) 

Blank,  George  A..  New  York,  N.  Y.  Scrubbing  device. 
No.  1,408,253  ;  Feb.  28. 

Blank,  John  A.     (See  Fitzgerald,  M.  J.,  and  Blank.) 

Blankenhorn,  George  S.,  assignor  to  Coen  Company,  San 
Francisco,  Calif.  Automatic  control  for  mechanical  oll- 
burning  systems.     No.  1,430:279  ;  Sept.  26. 

Blankenhorn,  George  W>,  assignor  to  California  Packing 
Corporation,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Rolling  cutter.  No. 
1,407,316 ;  Feb.  21. 

Blankenhorn,  George  W.,  assignor  to  California  Packing 
Corporation,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Paper-disk  separat- 
ing and  feeding  device.    No.  1,407,318  ;  Feb.  21. 

Blankenhorn,  George  W.,  and  T.  Sastberg,  assignors  to 
California  Packing  Corporation,  San  Francisco,  Calif. 
Paper-lining  machine.    No.  1,407,317  ;  Feb.  21. 

Blanton,  Eura  A.,  Miami,  Fla.  Train  marker.  No. 
1.434,191;  Oct.  31. 

Blanton,  Fred  D.,  assignor  of  one-sixth  to  R.  E.  Magalis, 
one-sixth  to  P.  O.  Eckles,  and  one-third  to  F.  P. 
Leverett,  Dallas,  Tex.  Cross  member  and  spring  pro- 
tector.     No,    1,410,242 ;   Mar.   21. 

Blanton,  John  B.,  Chattanooga,  Tenn.,  assignor  of  one-half 
to  H.  A.  Wingers,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Shutter  for  motion- 
picture-projecting  machines.     No.  1,422,410  ;  July  11. 

Blanton,  Robert  W.,  Ironton,  Ohio.  Metallic  keg.  No. 
1,429,220;  Sept.  19. 

Blasdell,  Elmer  C,  Glenrock,  Wyo.  Cracking  apparatus. 
No.   1,437,712;   Dec.    5. 

Blaser,  Fritz,  Aarau,  Switzerland.  Alternating-current 
rectifier.    No.  1,437.336  ;  Nov.  28. 

Blashill,  Arthur  E.,  Westmount,  Quebec,  Canada,  assignor 
to  The  Blashill  Wire  Machinery  Company,  Limited, 
Montreal,  Canada.  Wire-fabric  machine.  No.  1,437,488  ; 
Dec.    5. 

Blashill,  Arthur  E.,  Westmount,  Quebec,  Canada.  Wire- 
fabric  machine.    No.  1,437,489  ;  Dec.  5. 

Blashill  Wire  Machinery  Company,  The.  (See  Blashill, 
Arthur  E.,   assignor.) 

Blaski,  Benjamin  P.,  assignor  to  Blaski  Manufacturing 
Co.,  Chicago,  111.     Skylight.     No.  1,418.061 ;  May  30. 

Blaski  Manufacturing  Co.  (See  Blaski,  Benjamin  P.,  as- 
signor.) 

Blass,  Ferdinand  M.  E.,  Mulheira-on-the-Rhine,  Germany. 
assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to  The  Chemical  Foun- 
dation,   Inc.     Gas   producer.      No.    1,414,109 ;    Apr.   25. 

Blatchford  Calf  Meal  Company.  (See  Barwell,  J.  W„ 
Ward,  Nelson,  Hingher,  Booth,  and  Blows,   assignors.) 

Blatchford  Calf  Meal  Company.  (See  Barwell,  John  W.. 
assignor.) 

Blatchford,  Charles  A.,  London,  England.  Artificial  limb. 
No.    1,402,709;   Jan.   3. 

Blatchley,  William  H„  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Refractories  pro- 
jector.    No.  1,435,200  ;  Nov.  14. 

Blatchley,  William  H.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Refractories  pro- 
jector.     No.   1,435.201  ;   Nov.    14. 

Bliithy,  Otto  T.,  Budapest,  Hungary.  Adjusting  integrat- 
ing electricity  meters.     No.  1.424,752;  Aug.  8. 

Blathy,  Otto  T.,  Budapest,  Hungary.  Adjusting  electric 
meters.    No.  1,427,776 ;  Sept.  5. 


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Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


53 


Blattner,  Elmer  E.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Feeding  device  for 
punch  presses.     No.  1,434,192  ;  Oct.  31. 

Blaue,  George  H.     (See  Kimmet,  H.,  and  Blaue.) 

Blauert,  Berthold  P.,  Chicago,  111.  Valve.  No.  1,410,881  ; 
Mar.  28. 

Blauert,  Berthold  W.,  Marysville,  Calif.  Tablette  for 
chairs.     No.    1,414,452 ;   May   2. 

Blauhorn,  Emanuel,  assignor  to  Firm  of  Alex.  Friedmann, 
Vienna.  Austria.     Injector.    No.  1,406,145  ;  Feb.  7. 

Blauvelt,  William  G.,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Ameri- 
can Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.  Testing  sys- 
tem.    No.  1,406,918  ;  Feb.  14. 

Blauvelt,  William  G.,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to 
American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.  Num- 
bering system  for  automatic  telephone  exchanges.  No. 
1,439,723  ;   Dec.  26. 

(See    Brynoldt,     Christian,     as- 


(See  Garlinghouse,  Leslie  H.,  as- 

(See    Robinson,    George    L.,  as- 

(See    Shipman,    William    P.,  as- 

(See    Venable,    William    M.,  as- 


Blaw-Knox     Company 
signor.) 

Blaw-Knox  Company, 
signor.) 

Blaw-Knox    Company. 
signor.) 

Blaw-Knox    Company. 
signor.) 

Blaw-Knox    Company. 
signor.) 

Blazer,  James  H.     (See  Black,.  J.  Q.,  and  Blazer.) 

Blazer,  James  W.     (See  Black,  J.  Q.,  and  Blazer.) 

Bleadon,  J.  J.     (See  Meyenberg,  William  H.,  assignor.) 

Blee,  Charles  O.,  Fort  Wayne,  Ind.  Spark  plug.  No. 
1,410,646  :  Mar.  28. 

Blee,  John  W.  H.,  and  A.  P.  Powell,  Harrison,  Idaho.  Ca- 
ble coupling.     No.  1,407,370  ;  Feb.  21. 

Bleecker,  George  W.,  et  al.,  trustees.  (See  Martin, 
Laurence  C,  assignor.) 

Bleecker,  Warren  F.,  assignor  to  The  Tungsten  Products 
Company,  Boulder,  Colo.  Reducing  tnngstic  oxide  to 
tungsten  metal.     No.  1,427,187  ;  Aug.  29. 

Bleecker,  Warren  F.,  assignor  to  The  Tungsten  Products 
Company,  Boulder,  Colo.  Extraction  of  vanadium, 
uranium,  and  radium  from  certain  ores.  No.  1,438,357  ; 
Dec.  12. 

Blegan,  Marcus.     (See  Steen,  J.  P.,  and  Oram,  assignors.) 

Blenio,  Guido,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Proofed  fabric  and  mak- 
ing same.     No.  1,436,231 ;  Nov.  21. 

Blenio,  Guido,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to  Blenio 
Paint  &  Products  Corporation.  New  York,  N.  Y.  Aero- 
plane element  and  making  same  and  product  of  said 
process.     No.  1,427,941 ;   Sept.  5. 

Blenio  Paint  &  Products  Corporation.  (See  Blenio,  Guido, 
assignor.) 

Bleoo,  John  B.,  Chicago,  111.  Hitch  and  drawbar  attach- 
ment.    No.  1,412.834;  Apr.  18. 

Blessing,  Charles  B.,  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  assignor  to  Blessing 
Electric  and  Manufacturing  Company,  Chicago,  111. 
Fruit-juice  extractor.     No.  1,412.996  ;  Apr.  18. 

Blessing  Electric  and  Manufacturing  Company.  (See 
Blessing,  Charles  B.,  assignor.) 

Blessing,  John  G.,  assignor  to  Automatic  Electric  Com- 
pany, Chicago,  111.  Call  indicator  for  automatic  tele- 
phone systems.     No.  1,414,686  ;  May  2. 

Blettner,  George  H.,  Chicago,  111.  Making  piston  rings  and 
of  making  a  template  therefor.     No.  1,403,479  ;  Jan.  17. 

Blevney,  John  C,  Lawrence  Park,  Bronxville,  N.  Y. 
Ratchet  tool.    No.  1,436,640  ;  Nov.  28. 

Blevney,  John  C,  Lawrence  Park,  Bronxville,  N.  Y. 
Ratchet  tool.     No.  1.436.641  ;  Nov.  28. 

Bley,  John  M.,  sr.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Attachment  for 
fishing  line.     No.  1,438,476  ;  Dec.   12. 

Bleyle,  August  W.,  Berkeley,  and  J.  J.  Davis,  Oakland, 
assignors  to  H.  W.  Dawson,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Ele- 
vator safety  device.     No.  1,411,770  ;  Apr.  4. 

Blieberger,  Charles,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Sound  amplifying 
and  reproducing  apparatus.     No.  1,436,080  ;  Nov.  21. 

Blieberger,  Charles,  assignor  to  A.  A.  Thomas,  New  York, 
N.  Y.  Apparatus  for  recording,  reproducing,  and 
amplifying  sound.     No.   1,425,505;   Aug.   15. 

Bliesath,  Ernest  C.  F.  W.,  Kerry,  Oreg.  Bottle  closure. 
No.  1,431,358;   Oct.  10. 

Bliler.  Edward  A.,  McGill,  Nev.  Fluid  clutch.  No. 
1,404,571;  Jan.  24. 

Blinkilde,  Jens,  Detroit,  Mich.  Valve  grinder.  No. 
1,408  254  ;  Feb.  28. 

Bllnn,  Clarence  E.  and  G.  W.,  Christie.  Vancouver,  Wash. 
Automobile  signal.     No.  1,428,136  ;  Sept.  5. 

Bllnn,  Edmond  B.     (See-Barkschat,  Henry,  assignor.) 

Bliss,  E.  W.,   Company.      (See  Beyer,  Otto  S.,  assignor.) 

Bliss,  E.  W.,  Company.  (See  Klocke,  W.,  and  Dobson, 
assignors.)     v 

Bliss,  E.  W.,  Company.     (See  Klocke,  William,  assignor.) 

Bliss,  E.  W.,  Company.     (See  Kruse,  Peter,  assignor.) 

Bliss,  Elmer  F.,  Schenectady,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  General 
Electric  Company.  Signaling  in  fluid  systems.  No. 
1,413,313;  Apr.  18. 

Bliss,  Elmer  J.,  Boston,  Mass.  Device  for  measuring  feet. 
No.  L426.143  ;   Aug.   15. 

Bliss,  Herbert  R.,  Niagara  Falls,  N.  Y.  Shipping  case. 
No.     1,414,067  ;     Apr.     25. 

Bliss,  Herbert  R.,  Niagara  Falls.  N.  Y.  Sealing  fiber  ship- 
ping cases.     No.  1.430,148  ;  Sept.  26. 

Bliss,  Herbert  R..   Niagara  Falls,   N.   Y. 
No.  1.430,149  :   Sept.   26. 

Bliss,   Herbert   R..    Niaeara   Falls.   N.   Y 
machine.     No.  1,430,150 ;  Sept  29. 


Shipping  case. 
Wire-stitching 


Bliss,  Herbert  R.,  Niagara  Falls,  N.  Y.  Constructing  fiber 
shipping  cases.     No.  1,430,151  ;  Sept.  26. 

Bliss,  Ida  J.,  et  al.     (See  Camelo,  Nicholas,  assignor.) 

Bliss,  Ira  B.,  Stamford,  Conn.  Chassis  and  spring  pro- 
tector.    No.  1,405,663;  Feb.  7. 

Bliss,  John,  assignor  to  C.  C.  Wakefield  &  Company,  Lim- 
ited, London,  England.  Lubricating  system.  No. 
1,411,202;  Mar.  28. 

Bliss,  Raymond  D.,  et  al.  (See  Finney,  James  J.,  as- 
signor.) 

Bliss,  Sherwood  C,  Bayonne,  N.  J.  Attachment  for  lathes. 
No.    1,401,954;    Jan.    3. 

Bliss,  William  L.,  assignor  to  U.  S.  Light  &  Heat  Corpo- 
ration, Niagara  Falls,  N.  Y.  System  of  electrical  distri- 
bution.    No.  1,434,362  ;   Nov.  7. 

Bliss,  William  L.,  assignor  to  TJ.  S.  Light  &  Heat  Corpo- 
ration, Niagara  Falls,  N.  Y.  System  of  electrical  dis- 
tribution.    No.  1,434,363;   Nov.  7. 

Bliven,  Chester  A.,  and  C.  F.  Moyer,  Pueblo,  Colo.  Dirigi- 
ble headlight  for  automobiles.     No.  1,408,068;  Feb.  28. 

Bliznik,  John  W.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Foot-operated  switch- 
throwing  mechanism.     No.  1,426,542  ;  Aug.  22. 

Bloch  Company,  The.     (See  Bloch,  Samuel  M.,  assignor.) 

Bloch,  Jacob,  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Mechanic's  apron.  No 
1,413,569 ;     Apr.     25. 

Bloch,  Jesse  A.,  Wheeling,  W.  Va.  Display  box.  No 
1,416,598  ;  May  16. 

Bloch,  Leon,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Valve.  No.  1,411,904 
Apr.  4. 

Bloch,  Leon,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Bath  fitting.  No.  1,416,599 
May  16. 

Bloch,  Marie,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Food  product.  (Reissue.) 
No.   15,474  ;  Oct.  24. 

Bloch,  Samuel  M.,  assignor  to  The  Bloch  Company,  Cleve- 
land, Ohio.     Conductor's  vest.     No.  1,407,459  ;  Feb.  21 

Block,  Alexander,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Typewriting  machine 
No.  1,403,836;  Jan.  17. 

Block,  Alexander,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Lock.  No.  1,406,437 
Feb.  14. 

Block,  Alexander,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Typewriting  machine 
No.  1,417,489  ;  May  30. 

Block,  Alexander,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Lock.  No.  1,422,820 
July    18. 

Block,  Henry,  Galveston,  Tex.  Writing  pen.  No.  1,406,438 
Feb.  14. 

Block,  Louis,  Mamaroneck,  N.  Y.  Compressing  gases 
No.  1,425,938;  Aug.   15. 

Blocker,  Andrew  G.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Attachment  for  motor 
driven  devices.     No.  1,417.228  ;  May  23. 

Blocker,  Andrew  G.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Disk-record  container 
for  phonographs.     No.  1,419,487  ;  June  13. 

Blodgett,  George  R.,  Brooklyn,  R.  T.  Hurley,  New  York, 
and  M.  E.  Cheney,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Spark  plug. 
(Reissue.)     No.  15,303  ;  Mar.  14. 

Blodgett,  George  R.,  Brooklyn,  R.  T.  Hurley,  New  York, 
and  M.  E.  Cheney,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Spark  plug. 
(Reissue.)      No.   15,304;  Mar.   14. 

Blodgett,  Samuel,  San  Joaquin,  Calif.  Four-wheel-drive 
tractor.     No.  1,416,329;  May  16. 

Bloedow,  Henry,  and  J.  Schaffner,  assignors  to  Standard 
Sheet  Metal  Works,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Sheet-metal 
building. "  No.  1,429,400  ;   Sept.   19. 

Blomeley,  Adam  Y,  and  R.  E.  H.,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
Purification  and  filtration  of  liquids.  No.  1,404,185  ; 
Jan.  24. 

Blomeley,  Ralph  E.  H.  (See  Blomeley,  Adam  Y.  and 
R.  E.  H.) 

Blomfield,  Alfred  L.     (See  Ramsey,  E.  R.,  and  Blomfield.) 

Blomstrand,  Axel  E.     (See  Strom,  E.  N.,  and  Blomstrand.) 

Blood,  Bryant  H.,  Hartford,  Conn.,  assignor  to  Pratt  & 
Whitney  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Gauge  block.  No. 
1,407,833;  Feb.  28. 

Blood,  Burr  B.,  assignor  to  Jewel  Phonoparts  Company, 
Chicago,  111.  Modifier  for  phonograph  sound  boxes.  No. 
1,408,437  ;  Mar.  7. 

Blood,  Burr  B.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to  Jewel 
Phonoparts  Company,  Chicago,  111.  Caster.'  No. 
1,409,150;  Mar.  14. 

Blood,  Burr  B.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to  Jewel 
Phonoparts  Company,  Chicago,  111.  rhonograph  repro- 
ducer.    No.  1,419,913  ;  June  20. 

Blood,  Burr  B.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to  Jewel 
Phonoparts  Company,  Chicago,  111.  Stop  device  for  pho- 
nographs.    No.  1,419,914  ;  June  20. 

Blood,  Burr  B.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to  Jewel 
Phonoparts  Company,  Chicago,  111.  Reproducer  for 
phonographs.     No.  1,437,391  ;. Dec.  5. 

Blood,  Charles,  W.  H.  Winthrop,  and  C.  G.  Osteman,  as- 
signors to  S.  A.  Woods  Machine  Company,  Boston,  Mass. 
Side  head  construction  for  matchers  and  the  like.  No. 
1,414,618;    May    2. 

Blood,  Harold  L.,  Plainfield,  N.  J.  Jar  opener.  No. 
1,411,835  ;  Apr.  4. 

Blood,  Harold  L.,  Plainfield,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Niles- 
Bement-Bond  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Planer  and 
system  of  motor  control  therefor.  '  No.  1,432,831  ; 
Oct.  24. 

Blood,  Louis  H.     (See  Oesterleln,  C.  D.,  and  Blood.) 

Blood,  Louis  H.,  assignor  to  The  Oesterlein  Machine  Com- 
pany, Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Mechanical  movement.  No. 
1,403.480  ;  Jan.  17. 

Blood,  Thomas  G.,  Birmingham,  England.  Meat  safe  and 
the  like.     No.  1,440,271 ;  Dec.  26. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Bloom,  Adolph,  Lansing,  .Mich.  Wire  stretcher.  No. 
1,-112,447  ;   Apr.    11. 

Bloom,  Frederick  C,  Norwood,  Ohio.  Display  stand.  No. 
1,410,935  ;  May   23. 

Bloom,  Israel,  Denver,  Colo.  Adjustable  curtain  rod. 
No.   1,424,444  ;  Aug.  1. 

Bloomdale,  Setli  N.,  Worcester,  Mass.  Spring  hub.  No. 
1,430,002  ;  Sept.  26. 

Bloomquist,  Helmer  A.,  Manistee,  Mich.  Carrier  for  bot- 
tles.    No.  1,407,630  ;  Feb.  21. 

Bloss,  Richard  R.,  assignor  to  The  Parkersburg  Rig  & 
Reel  Company,  Barkersburg,  W.  Va.  Deck  for  oil  tanks. 
No.  1,404,924  ;  Jan.  31. 

Bloss,  Richard  R.,  assignor  to  The  Barkersburg  Rig  &  Reei 
Company,  Barkersburg,  W.  Va.  Bitman.  No.  1,434,803  ; 
Nov.    7. 

Blossom,  Alden,  Newton  Square,  Ba.  Shock  absorber. 
No.   1,416,782  ;  May  23. 

Blount,  Harry.     (See  Malcolmson,  W.  J.,  and  Blount.) 

Blount,  Harry,  Oak  Bark,  111.,  assignor  to  Western  Elec- 
tric Company,  Incorporated,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Mecha- 
nism for  lapping  diamond  dies.     No.  1,428,209  ;  Sept.  5. 

Blount,  Harry,  Oak  Bark,  111.,  assignor  to  Western  Elec- 
tric Company,  Incorporated,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Wire- 
drawing die.     No.   1,438,940 ;  Dec.  19. 

Blount,  John  E.,  Louisville,  Ky.  Electric  humidor.  No. 
1,424,979  ;  Aug.  8. 

Blowers,  Alonzo  S.,  Bortland,  Ind.  Safety  overall  pocket. 
No.  1,415,299  ;  May  9. 

Blowers,  Alonzo  S.,  Bortland,  Ind.  Slidable  work  sup- 
port.    No.  1,427,777  ;  Sept.  5. 

Blows,  Wilbur  L.  (See  Barwell,  J.  W.,  Ward,  Nelson, 
Hingher,  Booth,  and  Blows.) 

Blowski,  John  S.,  Oakland,  Calif.  Concentration  of  nitro- 
gen oxides.     No.  1,434,674  ;  Nov.  7. 

Blublaze  Motor  Specialties  Corp.  (See  Holm,  John  A., 
assignor.) 

Bludworth,  William  D.,  Sacramento,  Calif.  Motometer 
lock.     No.  1,404,263  ;  Jan.  24. 

Blue,  John,  Laurinburg,  N.  C.  Blanter.  No.  1,412,913; 
Apr.  18. 

Bluemel,  Ignatz  F.,  Chicago,  111.  Safety  razor.  No. 
1,412,835  ;  Apr.  18. 

Bluff,  John  T.,  Butte,  Mont.  Attachment  for  automobile 
radiators.     No.  1,410,363;  Mar.  21. 

Bluhm,  Charles  A.,  Michigan  City,  Ind.  Train-pipe  cou- 
pling'.    No.  1,427,716  ;  Aug.  29. 

Blum,  Edward  C,  assignor  to  Abraham  &  Straus  Inc., 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y.     Barber  chair.     No.  1,434,804  ;  Nov.  7. 

Blum,  Elisa  von  S.  S.,  Dallas,  Tex.  Hosiery  spat.  No. 
1,435,047  ;  Nov.  7. 

Blum,  Frank  J.      (See  Trimborn,  F.  W.,  and  Blum.) 

Blum,  Harry,  Johnstown,  Ba.  Safety  razor.  No. 
1,439,059  ;   Dec.   19. 

Blum,  Hosmer,  San  Francisco.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  B. 
C.  Joy,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Meter.  No.  1,423,597 ; 
July  25. 

Blum,  John,  West  Hoboken,  N.  J.  Thread  splitting  and 
cutting  machine  for  embroidered  fabrics.  No.  1,408,856  ; 
Mar.  7. 

Blum,  Beter,  Halle-on-the-Saale,  Germany.  Machine  for 
portioning  off  doughy  or  granular  material.  No. 
1,431,718  :  Oct.  10. 

Blum,  William  A.,  assignor  to  Cyrus  B.  Newcomb,  Grand 
Rapids,  Mich.  Mechanical  feeding  apparatus.  No. 
1,403,667;  Jan.  17. 

Blumberg,  Baul.     (See  Meili,  O.,  and  Blumberg.) 

Blume,  Charles  A.,  Galesburg,  111.  Bower  device  for  water 
wheels.     No.   1,430,618  ;   Oct.  3. 

Bliimel,  Eduard.     (See  von  Czerweny,  V.,  and  Bliimel.) 

Blumenthal,  Charles.     (See  Crosby,  Gorham,  assignor.) 

Blumenthal,  Harry  and  H.,  Hartford,  Conn.  Coating 
articles.     No.  1,403,068  ;   Jan.  10. 

Blumenthal,  Herman.      (See  Blumenthal,   Harry  and   II.) 

Blumenthal,  Maurice,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Method  of  and 
apparatus  for  making  foundations.  No.  1,404,925 ; 
Jan.   31. 

Blumfeldt,  Alexander,  Neue  Welt  -  Munchenstein,  near 
Basel,  assignor  to  Society  of  Chemical  Industry  in  Basle, 
Basel,  Switzerland.  Resin  and  making  same.  No. 
1.435,801  ;   Nov.   14. 

Bliimner,  Erwin,  Berlin-Wilmersdorf,  Germany.  Focket 
implement.     No.  1,438,515  ;  Dec.  12. 

Blunck,  Robert  A.,  Grand  Mound,  Iowa.  Table-spread 
holder.     No.   1,403,733;  Jan.  17. 

Blunt,  James  G.,  Schenectady,  N.  Y.  Handrail  column. 
No.  1,428,746;  Sept.  12.' 

Blunt,  James  G.,  Sehenectadv,  and  Harrv  Swoyer,  Dun- 
kirk, N.  Y.  Water-gauge  column.  No.  1,415,862; 
May  16. 

Blunt,  Solomon  M.,  Plateau,  Ala.  Shoe-blacking  machine. 
No.    1,430,786  :    Oct.    8. 

Bly,  Henry,  Ruthton,  Minn.  Clothes-drving  apparatus. 
No.  1,411,265  ;  Apr.  4. 

Blvburg,  Ogden  F.,  St.  Joseph,  Mich.  Shock  absorber. 
No.  1,423,904  ;  July  25. 

Blydenburgh,  Daniel,  South  Attleboro,  Mass.  Threading 
board  for  lace-machine  carriages.  No.  1,410,051  ; 
Mar.  21. 

Blynn.  Edgar  A.,  Gloucester,  Mass.  Grass  catcher  for 
lawn  mowers.     No.  1,439,724  ;  Dec.  26. 

Blvnt,  Herbert  S..  Yale,  Okla.  Pneumatic  vehicle  tire. 
No.  1,416,252;  May  16. 


Blyut,  Herbert  S..  Yale,  Okla.  Pneumatic  vehicle  tire. 
No.    1,438,015 ;   Dec.    5. 

Blylue.  James.  (See  Nettle,  W.  E.,  Selby,  Blvthe,  and 
Holman.) 

Blything,   John    F.      (See   Glaser,   Oscar   L.,   assignor.) 

Boa,  Robert  G.  C,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  Remington 
Accounting  Machine  Corporation,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Cal- 
culating machine.     No.  1,418,062;  May  30. 

Boadwee,  Russell  K.,  Brooklyn,  assignor  to  Julius  Kayser 
&  Co.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Warp-knitting  machine.  No. 
1,439,999  ;   Dec.   26. 

Boak,  Thomas  I.  S.      (See  Bellamore,  D.  H.,  and  Boak.) 

Boal,  Hugh  M.,  Titusville,  Pa.  Canning  tongs.  No. 
1,435,202  ;    Nov.   14. 

Board,  William  S.,  Blymouth,  W.  Va.  Guard  for  grates. 
No.  1,430,488  ;  Sept.  26. 

Boardman,  Albert,  Hamilton,  Ontario,  Canada,  assignor 
to  Western  Electric  Company,  Incorporated,  New  York, 
N.  Y.  Machine  for  vacuum-tube,  manufacture.  No. 
1,438,941  ;   Dec.   19. 

Boardman,  Charles  S.,  Buffalo,  assignor  to  Lackawanna 
Steel  Company,  Lackawanna,  N.  Y.  Composite  sheet 
piling.     No.  1,408,069;  Feb.  28. 

Boardman,  Charles  S.,  Buffalo,  assignor  to  Lackawanna 
Steel  Company,  Lackawanna,  N.  Y.  Interlocking  sheet 
piling.     No.  1,411,905  ;  Apr.  4. 

Boardman,  Charles  S.,  and  C.  C.  Conkling,  deceased,  Buf- 
falo ;  L.  C.  Conkling,  executrix,  assignors  to  Lacka- 
wanna Steel  Company,  Lackawanna,  N.  Y.  Sheet-pil- 
ing wall  construction.     No.   1,422,821  ;    July  18. 

Boast,  William  F.     (See  Eshelman,  O.  D.,  and  Boast.) 

Boatman,  Andrew  N.,  et  al.  (See  Brace,  James  P.,  as- 
signor. ) 

Bob  White  Chemical  Corporation.  (See  Morgan,-  Neil  E., 
assignor.) 

Bobbit,  Evert  E.,  Chicago,  111.  Printing-press  jogger. 
No.    1,440,206;    Dec.   26. 

Bobbitt,  James  F.,  Greenwood,  Miss.  Child's  vehicle.  No. 
1,410,547;  Mar.  28. 

Bobek,  John,  Trevorton,  Pa.  Pneumatic  vehicle  tire.  No. 
1,416,253  ;  May  16. 

Bobek,  William,  Astoria,  N.  Y.  Invisible  hinge.  No. 
1,410,052;   Mar.    21. 

Bober,  Charles.      (See  Walicki,  L.,  and  Bober.) 

Boberg,  Knute  E.      (See  Stromberg,   E.  A.,   and  Boberg.) 

Bobker,  Henry.     (See  Ralph,  Thomas  L.,  assignor.) 

Bobo,  Georgie  D.     (See  Bryan,  William  II..  Jr.,  assignor.) 

Bobo,  Georgie  D.     (See  Rawling,  Aldean  W.,  assignor.) 

Bobrick,  Arthur  L.  (See  Bobrick,  Gabriel  A.  and  A.  L.) 
(Reissue.) 

Bobrick,  Gabriel  A.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  and  A.  L. 
Bobrick,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Liquid  dispenser.  (Re- 
issue.)    No.  15,450;  Sept.  12. 

Bobrovsky,  Serge,  London,  assignor  of  one-half  to  Crossley 
Motors  Limited,  Manchester,  Lancaster,  England.  Vari- 
able-speed device.     No.  1,413,095  ;  Apr.  18. 

Bobst,  Alfred  E.,  Schenectady,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  General 
Electric  Company.  Suction  cleaner.  No.  1,438,890 ; 
Dec.   12. 

Boby,  William  V.     (See  Vogt,  IT.  C,  Boby,  and  Lancaster.) 

Bocchio,  Charles  S.,  Oakland,  Calif.  Rotary-drill  ex- 
tension.     No.    1,414.110  ;    Apr.    25.  - 

Boche,  Otto  W.,  Bridgeport,  Conn.  Roller  .skate  and 
wheel  therefor.    No,  1,428,210  ;  Sept.  5. 

Bochet,  Adrien  C.  A.  M.,  Paris,  France.  Device  for  aim- 
ing at  aerial  objects.     No.  1,432,659  ;  Oct.  17. 

Bochonok.  Stefan,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Nail-holding  device. 
No.   1,426,249  ;  Aug.   15. 

Bock  Bearing  Company,  The.  (See  Bingham,  Jeremiah, 
assignor.) 

Bock  Bearing  Company,  The.  (See  Close,  Lyman  W., 
assignor.) 

Bock  Bearing  Company,  The.  (See  Flaherty,  John  F., 
assignor.) 

Bock,  Bertha  M.      (See  Bock,  William  E.,  assignor.) 

Bock,  Charles.      (See  Fredrich,  J.  IT.,  and  Bock.) 

Bock,  Charles,  assignor  to  A.  Hoffman,  Chicago,  111. 
Spring  hinge.     No.   1,425,939 ;   Aug.   15. 

Bock,  William  E.,  assignor  to  B.  M.  Bock.  Eagle  Point 
Colonv,  Ohio.  Power-transmission  mechanism.  No. 
1,410,163  ;  May  16. 

Bockisch,  Heinrich,  Poughkeepsie,  N.  Y.,  assignor,  by 
mesne  assignments,  to  Welte-Mignon  Corporation,  New 
York,  N.  Y.  Automatic  musical  instrument.  No. 
1,431,359  ;  Oct.  10. 

Bockisch,  Heinrich,  Poughkeepsie,  assignor,  by  mesne  as- 
signments, to  Welte-Mignon  Corporation,  New  York, 
N.  Y.  Automatic  musical  instrument.  No.  1,431,360; 
Oct.   10. 

Bockisch,  Heinrich,  Poughkeepsie,  assignor,  by  mesne 
assignments,  to  Welte-Mignon  Corporation,  New  York, 
N.  Y.  Automatic  musical  instrument.  No.  1,431,361 ; 
Oct.  10. 

Bockius,  Walter  A.,  Wilmettc,  assignor  to  The  Beckley- 
Ralston  Company,  Chicago,  111.  Bumper.  No.  1,417,712  ; 
May  30. 

Bockmuhl,  Max.  and  K.  Wlndisch.  assignors  to  Farb- 
werke  vorm.  Meister  Lucius  &  Briining,  Hochst-on-the- 
Main,  Germany.  Methyl-sulphites  of  secondary  aromatic 
aliphatic  amines  and  making  same.  No.  1.426,348; 
Aug.   22. 


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Boekmiihl,  Max,  Hochst-on-the-Main,  and  A.  Scbwarz, 
Frnnkfort-on-the-Main,  assignors  to  Farbwerke  vorai. 
Moistcr  Lucius  &  Bruning,  Hochst-on-the-Main,  Germany. 
Aliphatic  dialkvlamino  alkyl  compounds  and  making 
same.     No.  1,429.922  ;  Sept.  26. 

Bockover,  Walter  L.,  assignor  of  one-third  to  J.  W.  Mc- 
Nainara  and  one-third  to  H.  J.  O'Neill,  Tipton,  Ind. 
l'ipe  wrench.     No.  1,407,691 ;  Feb.  28. 

Boekshe,  Ely,  assignor  to  Modern  Grinder  Manufacturing 
Co..  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Grinder-wheel  mounting.  No. 
1.4U4.339  ;  Jan.  24. 

Boddie,  Clarence  A.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Westing- 
house  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company.  Demand 
meter.     No.   1,408.255  ;   Feb.   28. 

Boddie,  Clarence  A.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Westing- 
house  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company.  Regulator 
system  and  apparatus.     No.  1,435,203  ;  Nov.  14. 

Boddie,  Clarence  A.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Westing- 
house  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company."  Voltage-reg- 
ulator system.    No.  1,437,087  ;  Nov.  28. 

Boddy,  Bessie  M.,  Marceline,  Mo.  Combined  lid  and  wash- 
drain   for   washboilers.     No.    1,437,713 ;   Dec.    5. 

Bode,  Charles  O.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Antiskid  device  for 
vehicle  tires.     No.   1,429,837  ;  Sept.  19. 

Boden,  George,  Waterbury,  assignor  to  Oakville  Company, 
Oakvllle,  Conn.  Machine  for  making  safety  pins.  No. 
1,405,392;  Feb.  7. 

Boden,  Patrick  B.     (See  McFarland,  L.  F..  and  Boden.) 

Bodge,  William.     (See  Tulloch,  D.  M„  and  Bodge.) 

Bodie,  Albert  B.,  assignor  of  twenty-one  per  cent  to 
11.  S.  Shealey,  twenty-four  per  cent  to  A.  J.  Mobley, 
sixteen  and  two-third  per  cent  to  G.  T.  Pugh,  ten 
per  cent  to  W.  N.  Dyess,  six  and  one-sixth  per  cent 
to  E.  R.  Breck,  six  and  one-sixth  per  cent  to  A.  L. 
Rogers.  Columbia,  S.  C.  Nut  lock.  No.  1,404,186 ; 
Jan.  24. 

Bodiker,  Dallas  A.,  Davton,  Ohio.  Moving-picture  ma- 
chine.    No.  1,434,805  ;  Nov.  7. 

Bodine,  Henry  M.,  Wichita,  Kans.  Railway  tie.  No. 
1,402,280  ;  Jan.  3. 

Bodine,  Murray  R.,  and  S.  B.  Duulap,  Muncy,  Pa.  Tov 
No.   1.402,563  ;   Jan.   3. 

Bodkin,  John  A.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Rail  anchor.  No. 
1.43,1,093;  Oct.  3. 

Bodkin,  John  A..  New  York,  assignor  of  one-half  to  W.  B. 
Lee,  Baldwin.  N.  Y.    Kail  anchor.    No.  1.431.094  :  Oct.  3. 

Bodlund,  Robert  G..  Chicago,  111.  Roller  bearing.  No. 
1,416,164  ;  May  16. 

Bodman,  John  W.,  Western  Springs,  111.,  assignor  to  Wil 
liam  Garrigue  &  Company,  Inc.,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
Rotary  extracting  apparatus.     No.   1,424,335  ;   Aug,    1 

Bodman,  John  W.,  Western  Springs,  111.,  assignor  to 
William  Garrigue  &  Company,  Inc.,  New  YTork,  N.  Y. 
Production  of  light-colored  fatty  acids.  No.  1,439,685  ; 
Dec.   26. 

Bodmer,  Ernst.     (See  Alioth,  M.,  and  Bodmer.) 

Bodnar,  Frank  1!..  Bridgeport,  Conn.  Automobile  signal. 
No.   1.412.914  ;   Apr.  IS. 

Bodri,  Christian.     (See  Baker,  William  G.,  assignor.) 

Bodwell,  Paul  G.,  Griffin,  Ga.  Rail-drilling  device.  No. 
1,416,600  ;  May  16. 

Boe,  Bdd,  et  al.     (See  Halseth,  Edwin  A.,  assignor.) 

Boe,  Edd,  assignor  of  one-fourth  to  I.  D.  Kretser,  Clear- 
brook,  Minn.,  one-fourth  to  D.  W.  McNabb,  Winnipeg, 
Canada,  and  one-fourth  to  E.  A.  Halseth,  Clearbrook, 
Minn.     Thrashing  machine.     No.  1,422,023  ;  July  4. 

Boe,  Hans  M.,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Grease  or  oil  dispens- 
ing apparatus.      (Reissue.)     No.  15,427;  Aug.  1. 

Boe,  Harry  F.,  assignor  to  The  Vaile-Kiines  Company, 
Dayton,  Ohio.      Float  switch.      No.   1,419.352;   June  13. 

Boe,  Helmer  ,T.,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  Western  Electric 
Company,  Incorporated,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Mechanism 
for  covering  cores.     No.  1,405,710  ;  Feb.  7. 

Boe,  Ole  K.      (See  Rolme,   Even  J.,  assignor.) 

Boeekh  Company,  Limited,  The.  (See  Kirkpatrick,  Harry 
J.,  assignor.) 

Boeder,  Albert,  Ma] mo,  Sweden.  Device  for  recovering 
rubber  solvents.     No.   1,426,949  ;   Aug.   22. 

Boeder,  Albert,  Malmo,  Sweden,  assignor  to  Benzine  Con- 
densation Co.  Inc.  Machine  for  the  production  of  rub- 
ber-coated textiles  and  the  like.     No.  1.406,919  :  Feb.  14. 

Boeder,  Albert,  Malmo,  Sweden,  assignor  to  Benzine  Con- 
densation Co.,  Inc.  Machine  for  applying  solutions  of 
rubber  or  the  like  to  fabrics;     No.  1,422,822  ;  July  18. 

Boedtcher,  Franz  A.,  Bergenfield.  N.  J.  Combined  ele- 
vator-door-locking and  circuit-controlling  device.  No. 
1,413.570:    Apr.    25. 

Boeder,  Charles  J.     (See  Wieners,  P.  H.,  and  Boeger.) 

Boehck.  William  E„  Jersey  City,  N.  J.  Portable  elevator. 
No.  1,409.006;  Mar.  21. 

Boehck.    William    E.,    assignor    to    Revolvator    Company, 
Jersey  City,  N.  J.     Hoisting  apparatus.     No.  1,417,022; 
May  23. 
Boehl,   Mary    J..    Cheney,    Wash.      Cooking   utensil.      No. 

1,408,256 ;  Feb.  28. 
Boehm,    Adolpb    J.,    deceased,    New    York.    N.    Y.  ;    F.    A. 
Boehm,    administratrix.      Fire    door.      No.    1,419,807 ; 
June    13. 
Boehm,  Florence  A.,  administratrix.      (See  Boehm,  Adolph 
J.) 

Boditn.  Rudolph  A.,  assignor  to  Rickert-Shafer  Company, 
Erie,  Pa.     Collapsible  tap.     No.  1,415,013;  May  9. 


Boehme,  John  H.,  Onawa,  Iowa.  Marker  for  planters. 
No.  1,404,480  ;  Feb.  7. 

Bui'iiiiK-r,  Erase  J.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Safety  guard  for  ma- 
chines.     No.    1,412,814  ;   Apr.    11. 

Boebringer,  John  A.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Finger-tip  pro- 
tector.    No.   1,408,070  ;   Feb.  28. 

Boeing  Airplane  Company.  (See  Marsh,  Louis  S.,  as- 
signor.) 

Boeing,  William  E.      (See  Kirsten,  Kurt  F.  J.,  assignor.) 

Boekernaim,  Frederick  A.    (See  Schorpp,  Louis,  assignor.) 

Boelman,  George,  Gridley,  Calif.  Fruit  catcher.  No. 
1,415,863  ;  May  16. 

Boemiig,  Ernest  E.,  Yonkers,  N.  Y.  Brake.  No.  1,402,042  ; 
Jan.   3. 

Boerder,  Anton,  Toledo,  Ohio,  assignor,  by  mesue  as- 
signments, to  U.  S.  High  Speed  Steel  &  Tool  Corporation, 
New  York,  -  N.  Y.  Hign-speed  tool  material.  No. 
1,415, OSS  ;  May  9. 

Boomer,  Arno,  Scheveuingeu,  Netherlands.  Aircraft  fu- 
selage.      No.    1,402,736  ;    Jan.    10. 

Boerner,  Arno,  Scbeveningen,  Netherlands.  System  or 
method  of  feeding  combustion  engines  for  airships.  No. 
1,423,987;    July    25. 

Boerum,  William  H.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  J.  E.  Ware. 
Yukon,  Fla.     Spark  arrester.     No.  1,436,509  ;  Nov.  21. 

Boesch  Lamp  Company.      (See  Savery,  Edwin,  assignor.) 

Boesel,  Aloysius  G.     (See  Bosworth,  C.  M.,  and  Boesel.) 

Boesser,  Frederick,  Perth,  Western  Australia,  Australia. 
Washer  for  driuking  glasses  and  vessels.  No.  1,433,337  ; 
Oct.    24. 

Bocttcher,  Arthur  II.,  assignor  to  Gulbranseu-Dickinson 
Company,  Chicago,  111.  Musical  iustrument.  No. 
1,402,474  ;  Jan.  3. 

Boettcher,  Otto  J.,  assignor  of  two-fifths  to  F.  W.  Maas 
and  one-hf,h  to  G.  C  Hume,  Chilton,  Wis.  Hoisting 
tackle.      No.    1,422,174;    July    11. 

Boever,  Alexis.     (See  Dutoit,  Paul,  assignor.) 

Bogaty,   Hermann.      (See  Ayres,  E.  B.,  and  Bogaty.) 

Bogaty,  Hermann,  assignor  to  Proctor  &  Schwartz,  In- 
corporated, Philadelphia,  Pa.  Looping  device  for  driers. 
No.  1,421,153  ;  June  27. 

Bogaty,  Hermann,  Philadelphia,  and  J.  L.  Buckley,  Pitts- 
burgh, assignors  to  Proctor  &  Schwartz,  Incorporated, 
Philadelphia,  Pa.  Decalcomania  and  drving  machine 
for  pottery.      No.   1,414,850;  May  2. 

Bogda,  Frank  11.,  lloiicou,  Wis.  Stock-watering  device. 
No.  1,416,936;   May  23. 

Bogdanoff,  Paul  G.,  Battle  Creek,  Mich.  Split  lubricating 
bearing  for  shafts,  etc.     No.  1,421,661  ;  July  4. 

Bogdanski,  Alexander,  Cohoes,  N.  Y.  Churn.  No.  1.430.042  ; 
Nov.  28. 

Bogdanski,  Alexander,  Cohoes,  N.  Y.  Trollev  switch. 
No.   1,438,690 ;    Dec.    12. 

Boge,  Adolf,  Solingen,  Germany.  Lock.  No.  1,423,553  ; 
July  25. 

Bogert,  Eugene,  Ridgewood,  N.  J.  Joint  for  crossing  bars. 
No.   1,419,446;   June  13. 

Boggess,  Edward  M.,  Elwood,  Ind.  Casting  gun  and  reel. 
No.   1,434,768  ;   Nov.  7. 

Boggio,  Alfredo  S.,  Buenos  Aires,  Argentina.  Calculator. 
No.  1,435,512  ;  Nov.   14. 

Boggs,  Albert  A.,  Toronto,  Ontario,  Canada.  Motor-car 
steering  wheel.     No.  1,410,159  ;  Mar.  21. 

Boggs,  Cecil  K.     (See  Boggs,  John  A.  and  C.  K.) 

Boggs,  John  A.,  Berlin,  and  C.  K.  Boggs,  Baltimore,  Md. 
Electrical  control  for  winding  spring  motors.  No. 
1,438,891  ;   Dec.   12. 

Bogopolsky,  Jacques,  assignor  to  Societe  Anonyme  pour 
l'Exploitation  d'lnventions  "  I.  S.  A.,"  Geneva,  Switzer- 
land. Automatic  shutter-starting  device  for  photo- 
graphic cameras.     No.  1,408,976  ;  Mar.  7. 

Bogstrand,  Ole  K.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Tool.  No.  1,430,932; 
Oct.  3. 

Bohac,  Leonard  S.,  Cedar  Rapids,  Iowa.  Apparatus  for 
opening  telephone  circuits  at  a  distance.  No.  1,436,570  ; 
Nov.   21. 

Bohan,  Frank  T.,  New  Brunswick,  N.  J.  Tire  cover. 
No.  1,428,580  ;  Sept.  12. 

Bohan,  Patrick  .1.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  J.  E.  Frazer, 
San   Diego.   Calif.     Gas  burner.     No.   1,415.141  ;  May  9. 

Bohdauovicz,  Casimir.  (See  Gierymski,  L.  C,  and  Boh- 
danovicz.) 

Bohle,  Karl,  assignor  to  Fried.  Krupp  Aktiengesollschaft, 
Essen-onrtbe-Ruhr,  Germany.  Swaging  press.  No. 
1,429,838;   Sept.  19. 

Bohli,  Jacques.     (See  Steiner,  G.,  and  Bohli.) 

Bohli,  Jacques,  Obach-Solothurn,  assignor  to  the  Firm 
Scintilla,  Solothurii.  Switzerland.  Magneto-ignition  ap- 
paratus for  internal-combustion  engines.  No.  1,417,134  ; 
May  23. 

Bohli,  Jakob.  Obach,  assignor  to  Firm  Scintilla,  Solo- 
thurn, Switzerland.  Electrical  starting  and  igniting 
apparatus.     No.   1.427.054;  Aug.  22. 

Bohlin,  Nels,  and  S.  Forner,  Chicago,  111.  Renewable  fuse 
plug.     No.   1.429,672  ;   Sept.   19. 

Bohlman,  Ernest  A.,  assignor  to  Kellogg  Switchboard  and 
Supply  Company.  Chicago,  111.  Desk  stand.  No. 
1.431,925  ;  Oct.  17. 

Bohlmann.  Theodore  II.  E.,  Maplewood,  Mo.  Piston  ring. 
No.  1.420,406;  June  20. 

Bohm.  Emil,  Berlin-Karlshorst,  Germany.  Key  ring.  No. 
1,412,011  ;  Apr.  4. 

BBhm.  Fritz,  Rothenbacb,  Germany.  Alarm  device  foi 
locomotives.     No.  1,408,257  ;  Feb.  28. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM   THE 

Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Bohman,  Axel  J.,  Minneapolis,  Minn.     Internal-eoinbustion 

engine.    No.  1,420,236  ;  June  20.  . 

Bonnier,    Max,    Chemnitz,    Germany,    assignor    to    O.    A. 

Belger,  Newtonville,  Mass.    Wool-combing  machine.   No. 

1,429,911  ;   Sept.   19.  ^    - 

Bohnier,    Max,    Chemnitz,    Germany,    assignor    to    O.    A. 

Belger,  Boston,  Mass.     Half  lap  for  combing  machines. 

No.   1,431,904;   Oct.   10. 
Bohmker,   John   C,   Bradley,   assignor   to   Sears,    Roebuck 

and    Co.,    Chicago,    111.      Plowshare.      No.    1,416,937 ; 

May  23.  .      , 

Bohmker,  John  C,  Bradley,  assignor  to  Sears,  Roebuck  and 

Company,  Chicago,   111.     Disk  bearing.     No.  1,422,918 ; 

Bohmker,  John  C,  Bradley,  assignor  to  Sears,  Roebuck 
and  Co.,  Chicago,  111.  Detachable  plowshare.  No. 
,1,439,222;    Dec.    19.  .  . 

Bonn,  Gustav,  and  H.  A.  Breinmg,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  ; 
said  Breining  assignor  to  said  Bohn.  Machine  for 
synchronously  reproducing  sounds  and  projecting  pic- 
tures.    No.  1,432,273;  Oct.  17. 

Bohnak,  Andrew,  McClellandtown,  Pa.  Rifle-feeding  at- 
tachment.     No.    1,436,232;   Nov.   21. 

Bohuenblust,  Romanus,  Leonardville,  Kans.  Water  motor. 
No.    1.402,710  ;    Jan.    3. 

Bohri,  Frederick  C,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Washboard 
clamp.     No.  1,427,434;  Aug.  29. 

Boileau,  Henri,  Bois-Colombes,  assignor  of  one-half  to  G. 
Debladis,  Paris,  France.  Pneumatic  gun.  No.  1,405,664  ; 
Feb    7. 

Boileau,  Walter  K.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  Pittsburgh 
Oil  Refining  Corporation.  Treating  brake  and  trans- 
mission bands.     No.  1,418,695  ;  June  6. 

Boileau,  Walter  K.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  Pitts- 
burgh Oil  Refining  Corporation.  Transmission  and 
motor  oil.     No.  1,423,512;  July  25. 

Boillot,  Charles  E.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Self-winding  clock 
mechanism.     No.  1,416,254  ;  May  16. 

Boiu,  Romain,  Argenteuil,  France.  Dynamo-electric  direct- 
current  generator.     No.  1,433,597  ;  Oct.  31. 

Boinski,  Edmund  K.     (See  Piechocki,  J.  C,  and  Boinski.) 

Boisset,  Charles  L.,  New  Orleans,  La.  Variable-stroke 
hydraulic  pump.     No.  1,418,616  ;  June  6. 

Boivin,  Louis,  Woodland,  Me.  Automatic  stock  regulator 
for  paper  machines.     No.  1,408,977  ;  Mar.  7. 

Boker  Vitus  A.,  Minneapolis.  Minn.  Automatic  filing 
machine.     No.  1,412,915  ;  Apr.  18. 

Bokor,  Geza,  Melrose  Park.  111.  Nutcracker.  No. 
1,436,571;    Nov.    21.  n    „„„ 

Bolam,  Robert  F.,  Trafford,  Pa.  Cue.  No.  l,40i,512; 
Feb.  21. 

Bolau  James,  Boston,  Mass.  Piston  for  internal-combus- 
tion engines.     No.  1,402,393;  Jan.  3. 

Boland,  Edward  J.,  Freeport,  111.  Safety  guard.  No. 
1,409,075  ;  Mar.  7. 

Bolander,  Louis  P.,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Flagpole.  No. 
1,438,166;  Dec.  12. 

Boldizzoni,  Teobaldo,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Amusement  appa- 
ratus.    No.   1,409,279  ;  Mar.  14. 

Boldt,  Herbert  A..  Buffalo,  N.  Y.  Street-cleaning  appara- 
tus.    No.   1,427,188;   Aug.  29. 

Bolen,  Emerson  A.,  assignor  to  The  Northwestern  Corpo- 
iration,  Morris,  111.  Stamp-vending  machine.  No. 
1,419,353 ;    June    13.  m 

Bolenbaugh,  Burton  R.,  C,  and  R.  S.,  and  L.  W.  Long, 
Jackson,  Mich.,  assignors  of  one-third  to  said  Burton  R., 
C,  and  R.  S.  Bolenbaugh,  one-sixth  to  said  Long,  one- 
sixth  to  A.  Paulson,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  one-sixth  to  H.  E. 
Keeler,  Ann  Arbor,  Mich.,  and  one-sixth  to  L.  H.  Flynn, 
Albany,  N.  Y.  Wheel  construction.  No.  1,406,920 ; 
Feb.  14. 

Bolenbaugh,  Burton  R.,  C.  Bolenbaugh,  R.  S.  Bolenbaugh, 
and  L.  W.  Long,  Jackson,  Mich.,  assignors  of  one-sixth 
to  A.  Paulson,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  one-sixth  to  L.  W. 
Long,  Jackson,  Mich.,  one-sixth  to  H.  E.  Keeler,  Ann 
Arbor,  Mich.,  one-sixth  to  L.  H.  Flynn,  Albany,  N.  Y., 
one-third  to  B.  R.  Bolenbaugh,  C.  Bolenbaugh,  and  R.  S. 
Bolenbaugh.  Wheel  construction.  No.  1,408,258 ; 
Feb.  28. 

Bolenbaugh,  Burton  R.,  and  R.  S.  and  L.  W.  Long,  Jack- 
son, Mich.,  assignors  of  one-third  to  said  Burton  R., 
C.,  and  R.  S.  Bolenbaugh  one-sixth  to  said  Long,  one- 
sixth  to  A.  Paulson,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  one-sixtb  to  H.  H. 
Keeler,  Ann  Arbor,  Mich,  and  one-sixth  to  L.  H.  Flynn, 
Albany,  N.  Y.  Wheel  construction.  No.  1,428,468 ; 
Sept.  5. 

Bolenbaugh,  Cyrus.  (See  Bolenbaugh,  Burton  R.,  C,  R.  S.. 
and  Long.) 

Bolenbaugh,  Ray  S.  (See  Bolenbaugh,  Burton  R.,  C, 
and  R.  S.,  and  Long.) 

Bolens,  Coife  1-1.,  et  al.,  administrators.  (See  Bowser, 
Augustus.) 

Bolens,  H.  W.,  et  al.     (See  Strife,  George  T.,  assignor.) 

Bolens,  Harry  W.,  Port  Washington,  Wis.  One-piece  me- 
tallic galley.    No.  1,420,363  :  June  20. 

Boley,  Ernst,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Roofing  nail.  No. 
1,435,134  ;    Nov.    7. 

Bolf,  John,  Miles,  Tex.  Animal  catcher.  No.  1,436,473  ; 
Nov.    21. 

Bolger,   John    E.      (Soo   Condy,   Alice,   assignor.) 

Bolger,  Robert  S.,  Richmond  Mill,  N.  Y.  Method  of  and 
machine  for  manufacturing  paper  barrels.  No. 
1,428.469;  Sept.  5. 


Bolger,  Robert  S.,  Richmond  Hill,  N.  Y.  Paper  barrel  and 
manufacturing  the  same.     No.  1.436,043  ;  Nov.  28. 

Bolger,  Robert  S.,  Richmond  Hill,  assignor  to  Interna- 
tional Motor  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Truck  body. 
No.   1,439,790;   Dec.   26. 

Bolger,  Robert  S.,  assignor  to  International  Motor  Com- 
pany, New  York,  N.  Y.     Winch.     No.  1,425,233  ;  Aug.  8. 

Bolinski,  Herman  J.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Drive  wheel  for 
tractors.     No.   1,431,362;   Oct.   10. 

Bolitho,  John  B.,  Eltham,  England.  Amplifying  device  for 
use  in  wireless  telegraphy.     No.  1,407,245  ;  Feb.  21. 

Bolles,  William  B.,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  '  Detent  device  for 
locking  bolts.     No.  1,431,562;  Oct.  10. 

Bollinck,  Arthur,  Brussels,  Belgium.  Pump  of  variable 
capacity.     No.  1,428,876  ;  Sept.  12. 

Boiling,  John  E.,  assignor  to  Drying  Systems,  Inc.,  Chi- 
cago, 111.     Drying  apparatus.     No.  1,431,145 ;  Oct.   10. 

Boiling,  John  E.,  assignor  to  Drying  Systems  Inc.,  Chi- 
cago, 111.     Drying  apparatus.     No.  1,431,146;  Oct.  10. 

Boiling,  Robert  P.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Bake  oven.  No. 
1,433,598;   Oct.  31. 

Bollmann,  Hermann,  Hamburg,  Germany.  Extraction  of 
fat  and  oil  from  raw  materials.     No.  1,411,154  ;  Mar.  28. 

Bollmann,  Hermann,  Hamburg,  Germany.  Separating  ex- 
tractive matters  from  solutions  of  mixtures  of  solvents 
and  of  recovering  the  latter.     No.  1,417,477  ;  May  23. 

Bollow,  Lee  W.,  Chicago.  111.  Fixture  for  water-closet 
bowls.      No.    1,426,950 ;   Aug.    22. 

Bolls,  William  W.,  Washington,  D.  C.  Bead  threader. 
No.  1,417,713  ;  May  30. 

Bologh,  Philip,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Window  construction. 
No.  1,404,085  ;  Jan.  17. 

Bologh,  Philip,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Skylight  ventilator. 
No.  1,421,154  ;  June  27. 

Bolser,  George  W,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Inner  tube  for  tires. 
No.  1,429,015  ;  Sept.  12. 

Bolte,   E.   F.      (See   Bolte,   Theodore  H.,  assignor.) 

Bolte,  Joseph  G.,  Davenport,  Iowa.  Derrick.  No. 
1,412,159;  Apr.  11. 

Bolte,  Theodore  H.,  Kearney,  Nebr.,  assignor  of  one-half 
to  E.  F.  Bolte,  Chicago,  111.  Wagon-reach  coupling. 
No.  1,404,264  ;  Jan.  24. 

Bolton,  Edward  R.,  and  E.  J.  Lush,  London,  assignors  to 
Technical  Research  Works  Limited,  London,  England. 
Neutralization  of  oils  and  fats.    No.  1,419,109  ;  June  6. 

Bolton,  Harry.     (See  Wallace,  George,  assignor.) 

Bolton,  John  R.,  Brooklyn,  assignor  to  A.  G. .  Spalding  & 
Bros.,  New  York.  N.  Y.  Golf-practice  net.  No.  1,430,280  ; 
Sept.  26. 

Bolton,    Sidney  B.      (See   Bridgford.   A.   G.,   and  Bolton.) 

Boltshauser,  Heinrich,  Zurich,  Switzerland.  Device  for 
recooling  the  cooling  water  of  steam-condensing  plants 
on  vehicles.     No.  1,402.043  ;  Jan.  3. 

Boltshauser,  Heinrich,  Zurich,  Switzerland.  Tubular 
heater  for  the  air  for  combustion  of  steam  locomotives. 
No.    1,438,088 ;    Dec.    5. 

Boltshauser,  Heinrich,  Zurich,  Switzerland.  Railway 
train.     No.  1.439,223  ;  Dec.  19. 

Bomborn,  Bernhard.      (See  Hoffmann,  A.,  and  Bomborn.) 

Bommarius,  Frederick  H.,  and  P.  Carollo,  New  Orleans, 
La.     Sectional  vehicle  tire.     No.  1,433,338;  Oct.  Z4. 

Bonat,  Harry.     (See  Bonat.  Samuel  and  H.) 

Bonat,  Samuel  and  H.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Wig.  No. 
1,433,869  ;   Oct.  31. 

Bonawitz,  Henry,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Heel.  No.  1,439,600 ; 
Dec.    19. 

Bonczyk,  Vincent,  Riverhead,  N.  Y.  Automobile,  lock. 
No.  1,412,605  ;  Apr.  11. 

Bond,  Charles  F.,  Coulee  City,  Wash.  Concrete  mold.  No. 
1,407,246  ;  Feb.  21. 

Bond,  Frank,  Washington,  D.  C.  Producing  lustrous 
designs.     No.  1,435,802;  Nov.  14. 

Bond,  Frank  A.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Cross-chain  emergency 
repair  link.    No.  1,411.836  ;  Apr.  4. 

Bond,  John  W.,  Victoria,  British  Columbia,  Canada. 
Floating  sinker.    No.  1,408,927  ;  Mar.  7. 

Bond,  Loren  C.,  Washington,  D.  C.  Weather  strip  for 
doors  and  windows.     No.   1,407,921 ;  Feb.  28. 

Bond,  Loren  C,  Washington,  D.  C.  Stringed  musical  in- 
strument.    No.  1,431,773 ;  Oct.   10. 

Bondaruk,  Philip,  Milford,  Mass.  Mouse  trap.  No. 
1,409,358  ;  Mar.  14. 

Bone,  Benjamin  F.,  et  al.  (See  Dungan,  John  E.,  as- 
signor.) 

Bone,  Lorain  R.     (See  Kilgore,  T.  S..  and  Bone.) 

Bone,  Matthew.     (See  Parsons,  C.  A..  Carnegie,  and  Bone.) 

Bone,  Matthew.  (See  Parsons,  C.  A.,  Carnegie,  Bone,  and 
Cook.) 

Bonekemper,  George  H.,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Ice-pan  signal. 
No.    1,409,818 ;   Mar.    14. 

Bonelli.  George  A.,  Kingman,  Ariz.  Form  for  making  pipe. 
No.  1,403,585  ;  Jan.  17. 

Bonelli,  George  A.,  Kingman,  Ariz.  Wave  and  tidal  mo- 
tor.    No.  1,405,746  :  Feb.  7. 

Bonelli,  George  A.,  Kingman,  Ariz.  Concrete  mixer.  No. 
1,437,337  ;  Nov.  28. 

Boner,  Hans.  Madulein,  Switzerland.  Cleaving  wedge. 
No.   1.407,719  ;  Feb.  28. 

Boner,  John  J.,  Blue  Island,  111.  Lock.  No.  1,438,089; 
Dec.    5. 

Bongiovanni,  Antonio,  assignor  of  one-half  to  R.  T.  Wha- 
len,  Barnesboro,  Pa.  Globe  support.  No.  1,436,474 ; 
Nov.    21. 


UNITED    STATES    PATENT    OFFICE,    1922. 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


0  I 


Bongom.   Nils.   Lake  Mills.   Iowa.     Ticket-printing  device. 

No.     1,401,955;    Jan.    3. 
Bonhan,  Cornelius  L.     (See  Eggert,  C.  J.,  and  J.  Bonhan.) 
Boniface.  Nicholas,  Beverly,  Mass.     Pump.     No.  1,437,338  ; 

Nov.  28. 
Boiiin,    Karl    L.,    Chicago,    111.     Grater.     No.    1,420,017; 

June  20. 
Bonine,    Charles    E.,    Melrose    Park,    Pa.      Refrigeration. 

No.   1,440,000;  Dec.  26. 
Bonili,    Gerardo,    Pavia.    Italy.      Artillery-fire-control   ap- 
paratus.    No.  1,409,891  ;  Mar.  14. 
Bonk.  Frank  J.      (See  Stewart,  A.  W.,  and  Bonk.) 
Bonnafe,    Oliver    W.,    Central    Falls.    E.    I.,    assignor    to 

Lapointe    Machine    &    Tool    Company,    Hudson.    Mass. 

Work-supporting   device   for   broaching   machines.      No. 

1.-131,024;   Oct.   10. 
Bonncau,    Edme    E.    J.,    Paris,    France.      Gyroscopic    top. 

No.    1,435,580;    Nov.    14. 
Bonncau.  Edme  E.  J..  Y.  P.  G.  Le  Prieur,  and  G.  Derrien, 

Paris.  France.    Luminous  gyroclinometer.   No.  1,412,997  ; 

Apr.  18. 
Bonuefont,  Antoine,   Paris,  France.     Crystal  detector  for 

wireless  telegraphy.     No.  1.410.793;  Mar.  28. 
Bonnell.  E.  M.,  et  al.     (See  Pierce,  F.  A.,  and  Davidson, 

assignors.) 
Bonnell,     Irven,     Madison,     Wis.     Shingle     gauge.     No. 

1,405,393  ;  Feb.  7. 
Bonnell.     William    L.,    Chickasha,    Okla.      Wrench.      No. 

1,401,956;  Jan.  3. 
Bonnell.    William    W.,    Bellevue    Borough,    Pa.       Memo- 
randum apparatus.     No.  1,409,655  ;  Mar.  14. 
Bonnelycke.   Kmil.      (SSee   Karr,   Henry  C,   assignor.) 
Bonner,  William  T.,  Trenton,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  M.  Brown, 

Boston.  Mass.     Brake.      No.  1,426,543;  Aug.  22. 
Bonnet,  Edmond.     (See  Radelet,  F..  and  Bonnet.) 
Bounevie.  Morris.     (See  Gschwind,  Leon,  assignor.) 
Bonney-Floyd   Company,   The.      (See   Dorsey,    Walter  A., 

assignor.) 
Bonsall.    Charles    D.,    Parnassus,    Pa.,   assignor  to   W.    P. 

Murphy,    New   York.    N.    Y.      Reenforced    car   end-wall 

Structure.     No.  1,422,823;   July   18. 
Bonsall,    Charles    D.,   New   Kensington,    Pa.,    assignor   to 

W.  P.  Murphy,  New  York,  N.  Y.     End  reenforcement  for 

railway  box  cars.     No.  1,432,956;  Oct.  24. 
Bonsiakos.  Michael,  San  Francisco,  Calif.    Printing  device. 

No.   1,426,708;   Aug.   22. 
Bonsor,  Waller,  assignor  of  one-half  to  W.  C.  Steenburg, 

South  Bend,  Ind.     Carbonizing  method.     No.  1,422,530  ; 

July    11. 
Boobar,  Emma,  Minneapolis,  Minn.     Corset  with  abdomi- 
nal support.     No.  1,427.087;  Aug.  29. 
Booge,  James  E.,  assignor  to  E.   I.  du  Pont  de  Nemours 

&    Company,    Wilmington,    Del.      Noncracking    coating 

composition  and  artificial  leather  "made  therewith.     No. 

1,412,770;  Apr.  11. 
Booge,  James  E..  assignor  to  E.   I.  du  Pont  de  Nemours 

&    Company,    Wilmington.    Del.      Treating    by-product 

zinc  oxide.     No.   1,426.349  ;   Aug.   22. 
Bookhout,  James  R.       (See  Bookhout,  John  J.  and  J.  R.) 
Bookhout,  John   J.      (See   Smith.   P.   W.,   and   Bookhout.) 
Bookhout.   John   J.,   et  al.      (See   Smith,   Primus   W.,   as- 
signor.) 

Bookhout,    John    J.    and    J.    R.,    Dallas.    Tex.      Multiple- 
cutter   drill   bit.      No.    1,428,137;    Sept.    5. 
Boomer.    George   A.,    assignor   to   The    Plume    &   Atwood 

Mfg.  Co..  Waterbury,  Conn.     Shade  holder  for  threaded 

electric-lamp  sockets.     No.  1,426.951 ;  Aug.  22. 
Boomer,  Ralph  J.     (See  Lamoreaux,  L.,  and  Boomer.) 
Boon,  Cordelia,  et  al.      (See  Trane,   Raymond,  assignor.) 
Boon.  Wilfred  T...  Nor'h  Attleboro,  Mass.     T-square.    No. 

1.419,354;    June    13. 
Boone,    Daniel,   et   al.      (See   Taylor,    Owen,    assignor.) 
Boone,   F.lsworth   E..  assignor  of  one-half  to  D.   D.  Neal, 

Anderson.    Ind.      Vegetable    and    fruit    counter.       No. 

1,419,200;    June    13. 
Boone.  Enoch,  assignor  to  Phoenix  Horse  Shoe  Company, 

Poughkeepsie,  N.  y.    Machine  for  making  heels  on  horse- 
shoe blanks.     No.  1.420,517  :  June  20. 
Boone.  Enoch,  assignor  to   Phoenix  Horse  Shoe  Companv, 

Poughkeepsie,    N.    Y.     Making   heeled   horseshoes.      No. 

1.420.518  ;  June  20. 
Boone.   Robert  <t.,  Asbury  Park.  N.  J.     Combined  heater 

and  ventilator.     No.  1.416.601;  May  16. 
Boone,    Robert    G.,    Asbury    Park.    N.    J.,    assignor    to    R. 

Stockton   and   G.   Ci.  J^ourne,   New  York.   N.   Y.,  and  J. 

Kerney,  Trenton.  N.  J.  Heater.  No.  1,416,255  ;  May  16. 
Boone,  Rowland  H.  (See  Schroeder,  A.  II..  and  Boone.) 
Boone.  Uriel  S..  St.  Louis.  Mo.     Device  for  facilitating  the 

cutting  of  adhesive  plasters.     No.  1,434,675;  Nov.  7. 
Boonzaier,     Wilhelm     &.,     London,     England.       Valveless 

pump.     No.  1,438.691  ;  Dec.   12. 
Boop.     Rufus     P..     Millmont,     Pa.       Pipe    wrench.       No. 

1,410.794  :  Mar.   28. 
Boop,  Rufus  F..  Millmont,  Pa.     Hand-planter  attachment. 

No.    1.439.601  :   Dec.   19. 
Boorne.  William  H..   London.  England.     Electrode  for  us* 

in    depositini    molten    metal    and    making    same         No 

1.403.3SO:   Jan.    10. 
Boorne.    William    H..    London,    England.      Electrode    for 

electric-arc    welding   and    metal-cutting    purposes.      No 

1.415.774:  Mny  0. 
Boorum    &   Pease    Company.      (See  McClearv.    Henry    R., 

assignor.) 


Boos,  Casper  M.  B.,  Chicago,  assignor,  by  mesne  assign- 
ments, to  No-Frez  Silo  Co.,  Elgin,  111.  Silo  and  con- 
structing the  same.     No.  1,438,090 ;  Dec.  5. 

Boos,  George,  et  al.     (See  Crouch,  Thomas  C,  assignor.) 

Booth,  '  harles  W.,  Chicago,  111.  Golf  club.  No. 
1,412,650  ;    Apr.    11. 

Booth,  Ebenezer  H.,  Binghamton,  N.  Y.  Pipe  wrench.  No. 
1,411,471  ;  Apr.  4. 

Booth  Electric  Furnace  Co.,  The.  (See  Booth,  William 
K.,  assignor.) 

Booth,  Frank,  Safford,  Ariz.  Combination  tire  rack  and 
changer.      No.   1,418.279 ;    June   6. 

Booth,  George  W.,  Islington,  Ontario,  Canada.  Tunnel 
kiln.     No.  1,403,734  ;  Jan.  17. 

Booth,  George  W.,  Islington,  Ontario,  Canada.  Tunnel 
kiln.     No.   1,421,155  ;   June  27. 

Booth,  John  T.,  Birmingham,  England.  Internal-combus- 
tion engine.    No.  1,405,747  ;  Feb.  7. 

Booth,  Lemuel  E.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  G.  W.  John,  Des 
Moines,  Iowa.  Lining  for  brakes  and  clutches.  No. 
1,406,720 ;  Feb.  14. 

Booth,  Lionel  B.,  Cambridge,  England.  Objective  for 
photographic  and  like  purposes.    No.  1,421,156  ;  June  27. 

Booth,  Lionel  E.  (See  Wilkinson,  J.  R.,  Barnard,  and 
Booth.) 

Booth,  Percy,  Warrington,  England.  Apparatus  for  mak- 
ing wire  sieves  or  floors.     No.  1,407,184  ;  Eeb.  21. 

Booth,  Robert  B.     (See  Armstrong.  John  J.,  assignor.) 

Booth,  Ronald  C.      (See  Chadderton,   I.,  and  Booth.) 

Booth,  Walter  E.  (See  Barwell,  J.  W.,  Ward,  Nelson, 
Hingher,  Booth,  and   Blows.) 

Booth,  Walter  F.,  Little  Rock,  Ark.  Apparatus  for  re- 
moving obstructive  deposits  in  oil  wells.  No.  1,414,171 ; 
Apr.    25. 

Booth,  William  C,  Evanston,  111.  Shower  or  spraying  at- 
tachment for  bathtubs.     No.  1.415,014  ;  May  9. 

Booth,  William  K.,  assignor  to  The  Booth  Electric  Furnace 
Co.,  Chicago,  111.     Furnace.     No.  1,418,773  ;  June  6. 

Booth,  William  N.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Demountable  rim. 
No.    1,436,336 ;   Nov.   21. 

Booth,  William  N.,  assignor  to  Kelsey  Wheel  Company, 
Inc.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Vehicle  wheel  rim.  No.  1,405,481 ; 
Feb.  7. 

Boothroyd,  Frank  E.,  Beverly,  Mass.,  assignor  to  United 
Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Elec- 
trically-heated burnishing  machine.  No.  1,410,053 ; 
Mar.  21. 

Booton,   Harry.      (See   Salmon,   H.,  and   Booton.) 

Boots,  Edgar  W.     (See  Tolla,  T.,  and  Boots.) 

Booty,  Stanley  S.,  Sutton,  England.  Container  for  powder. 
No.  1,418,520;   June  6. 

Booty,  Stanley  S.,  London,  England.  Box  and  the  like. 
No.  1,424,071  ;  July  25. 

Borcberdt,  Walter  O.,  Austinville,  Va.,  assignor  to  The 
New  Jersey  Zinc  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Flotation 
of  minerals.     No.  1,440,129 ;  Dec.  26. 

Borchert,  Albert  G.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Frame  construc- 
tion.    No.  1,415,775  ;  May  9. 

Borchert.  William,  Rockford,  111.  Tag.  No.  1.412,998; 
Apr.  18. 

Bordas,  John,  Miami,  Fla..  Blow-out  patch.  No. 
1,425,234  ;  Aug.  8. 

Bordelon,  Apolenaire  O.  (See  Herpin,  Edward  P.,  as- 
signor.) 

Borden  Company,  The.     (See  Hughes,  John  C,  assignor.) 

Rorden  Company,  The.     (See  Kirkup,  Joseph  P.,  assignor.) 

Borden  Company,  The.     (See  Nonneman,  Ira  W.,  assignor.) 

Borden,  Horace,  New  Bedford,  Mass.  Trap.  No. 
1,412.651;  Apr.  11. 

Borden,  Howard  S.  (See  Hoyne,  Christopher  R.,  as- 
signor.) 

Borden.  Libbie,  Spokane,  Wash.  Refrigerator.  No. 
1,428,073;  Sept.  5. 

Borders,  Harry  L.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Knockdown  corrugated 
paper  box.     No.  1,437,221  ;  Nov.  28. 

Bordigion,  John,  assignor  to  Eastman  Kodak  Company, 
Rochester,  N.  Y.  Photographic  camera.  No.  1,418,280  ; 
June  6. 

Bordwell,  Lavern,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Beater.  No. 
1,437,957;  Dec.  5. 

Boreiko,  Ladislas  B.,  Honolulu,  Hawaii.  Loading  and 
transporting  apparatus.     No.  1,422,252  ;  July  11. 

Boren,  Henry  H„  Bakersfleld,  Calif.  Tire.  No.  1,411,155  ; 
Mar.  28. 

Borer,  Frank  J.,  Roselle  Park,  N.  J.  Pressure-retaining 
valve  for  fluid  brakes.     No.  1,440,001  ;  Dec.   26. 

Borg,  Johan  L.,  assignor  to  Aktiebolaget  Svenska  Kulla- 
ger-fabriken,  Gottenborg,  Sweden.  Ball  bearing  pro- 
vided with  an  entrance  opening  for  the  balls.  No. 
1,405,894  ;  Feb.  7. 

Borg  &  Beck  Company,  The.  (See  Nelson,  Gustave  C, 
assignor.) 

Borge,  Manuel,  Jr.,  Managua,  Nicaragua.  Electric  switch. 
No.   1,410.795  ;   Mar.   28. 

Borgen,  Harold.  Urmston,  and  G.  W.  Wadsworth,  Flixton, 
England.     Apparatus  for  making  margarine  compounds 
and  other  substances.    No.  1,418,357  ;  June  6. 
'■in  „.  uiciit,    list  her,    assignor    to    Brand    Brothers,    New 

York,  N   Y.     Garment.     No.  1,407.319  ;  Feb.  21. 
Borger,   Henry  E.,  assignor  to  Splltdorf  Electrical  Com- 
pany,   Newark,    N.   J.      Electric    lighting   system.      No. 
1,404,187  ;  Jan.  24. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 

Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Borger,  Henry  E.,  assignor  to  Splitdorf  Electrical  Com- 
pany, Newark,  N.  J.  Dynamo-electric-ma.chine  arma- 
ture.    No.  1.416,256;  May  16. 

Borger,  Henry  E.,  assignor  to  Splitdorf  Electrical  Com- 
pany, Newark,  N.  J.  Circuit  breaker.  No.  1,436,693  ; 
Nov.  28. 

Borgner,  Conrad  W.,  Lowville,  N.  Y.  Sanitary  closure  for 
bottles.     (Reissue.)     No.  15,346;  May  2. 

Borgu,  Edmoudo  M.,  Turin,  Italy.  -Gear  ease  with  mem- 
bers of  stamped  metallic  plate  easily  removable  and 
adjustable  in  length.     No.   1,402,044  ;   Jan.   3. 

Borgo,  Edmondo  M.,  Turin,  Italy.  Intermittent  starting 
device  for  internal-combustion  motors.  No.  1,406,146 ; 
Feb.  7. 

Borgo,  Edmondo  M.,  Turin,  Italy.  Mud  guard  with  lower 
elastic  apron.     No.  1,408,719  ;  Mar.  7. 

Borgstrom,  Ernest  A.,  et  al.  (See  Engelbrekt,  Gustaf, 
assignor.) 

Boriek,  Frank  V.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Screw  driver.  No. 
1,422,411;    July    11. 

Borkenstein,  Frank  J.,  Fort  Wayne,  Ind.,  assignor  to 
Art  Mosaic  and  Tile  Company,  Toledo,  Ohio.  Joint 
strip  for  concrete  floors.     No.  1,429,564  ;  Sept.  19. 

Borkman,  Carl  O.,  Victor,  Colo.  Wrench.  No.  1,428,835  ; 
Sept.  12. 

Borkowski,  Wladyslaw,  West  Willington,  Conn.  Shoe- 
maker's double  last.     No.  1,431,625  ;  Oct.  10. 

Borland,  Bruce,  Chicago,  111.  Fastener  for  container  caps. 
No.  1,408,857  ;  Mar.  7. 

Bormann,  Gustav,  Hanover,  Germany.  Rubber  heel.  No. 
1,429,073  ;  Sept.   19. 

Born,  Julius  M.,  St.  Paul,  Minn.  Luggage  carrier.  No. 
1,418,426;  June  6. 

Born  Steel  Range  Company,  The.  (See  Banks,  Chester 
C.,   assignor.) 

Born  Steel  Range  Company,  The.  (See  Ott,  William  C.  P., 
assignor.) 

Bornholdt,  John,  Park  River,  N.  Dak.  Potato-cutting 
machine.     No.  1,432,152;  Oct.  17. 

Bornholt,  Oscar  C,  Flint,  Mich.  Multiple-spindle  driv- 
ing mechanism.     No.  1,404,265  ;  Jan.  24. 

Bornstein,  Esther  L.,  Cambridge,  Mass.  Play  suit.  No. 
1,418,281 ;  June  6. 

Borofski,   Heinrich.      (See  Ising,    G.,   and   Borofski.) 

Borofsky,  Allen,  Ayer,  Mass.  Automatic  locking  and  re- 
taining device  for  steering  mechanisms.  No.  1,415,300  ; 
May  9. 

Borresen,  Helge  A.,  Chicago,  111.  Reflector.  No. 
1,431,147  ;  Oct.  10. 

Borreson,  Borre  H.,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Card  or  tag 
holder.      No.   1.414,251  ;   Apr.    25. 

Borreson,  Borre  H.,  St.  Paul,  Minn.  License  tag  for  motor 
vehicles.     No.  1,428,747  ;  Sept.  12. 

Borthwick,  Craigie  G.,  Corstorphine,  Scotland.  Golf  and 
like  bag.     No.  1,410,989  ;  Mar.  28. 

Bortsfield,  Edward  L.  (See  Bradley,  J.  A.,  and  Borts- 
field.) 

Bortz,  John  W.     (See  Daniel,  Albert  J.,  assignor.) 

Borusiewski,  Stanley  S.,  Portland,  Oreg.  Saw-setting  de- 
vice.   No.  1,437,289  ;  Nov.  28. 

Boruszak,  Leon,  et  al.      (See  Sheller,  John  C,  assignor.) 

Boryk,  John  M.,  Ansonia,  Conn.  Lock.  No.  1,404,007 ; 
Jan.  17.  „„"„;. 

Bosanko,  William.     (See  Fredel,  M.  M.,  and  Bosanko.) 

Bosard,  Ray  F.,  Knoxville,  Pa.  Means  for  using  automo- 
bile power  industrially.    No.  1,407,513  ;  Feb.  21. 

Bosc,    Henri.      (See   Waille,   E.,   and   Bosc.) 

Boscato,  Vittorio,  Diano  Marina,  Italy.  Automatic  start- 
ing device.    No.  1,404,086  ;  Jan.  17. 

Bosch,  Carl,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to  Badische 
Anilin  &  Soda  Fabrik,  Ludwigshafen  -  on  -  the  -  Rhine, 
Bavaria,  Germany.  Production  of  oxides  of  nitrogen 
from  ammonia  by  catalytic  oxidation.  No.  1,426,952  ; 
Aug.    22. 

Bosch,  Carl,  and  W.  Meiser,  assignors,  by  mesne  assign- 
ments, to  Badische  Anilin  &  Soda  Fabrik,  Ludwigs- 
hafen-on-the-Rhine,  Bavaria,  Germany.  Manufactur- 
ing urea.     No.   1.429,483  ;   Sept.  19. 

Bosch,  Robert,  Aktiengesellschaft.  (See  Kratz,  Franz, 
assignor.) 

Bosch,  Robert,  Aktiengesellschaft.  (See  Kratz,  Franz, 
Starker,  and  Selling,  assignors.) 

Bose,  Monte  H.,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Radiator-petcock  at- 
tachment.    No.  1,422,919  ;  July  18. 

Boscbeck,  Emil.    (  See  Tiirck,  E.,  and  Bosebeck.) 

Bosel,  Albert  C,  Crosbv,  Minn.  Collapsible  trap  nest. 
No.    1,413,894  ;    Apr.   25. 

Bosler,  George  A.,  Chicago,  III.  Weather  strip.  No. 
1.409,332  :   Mar.  14. 

Bosque,  Josg  V.,  and  P.  Giro  y  Casaiias,  Habana,  Cuba. 
Speed-indicating  device.     No.  1,421,390  ;  July  4. 

Bossard.   Gilbert   L.      (See  Zaugg,  Rudolf,   assignor.) 

Bossg.  Adolph  E.,  Arden,  Del.,  and  C.  W.  Ford,  assignors 
to  Bosse-Ford  Companv,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Tempera- 
ture-regulating valve.     No.  1,429,923  ;  Sept.  26. 

Bossg-Ford  Company.  (See  Boss£,  A.  E.,  and  Ford,  as- 
signors.) 

Bossert,  Charles  P.,  assignor  to  Pflster  &  Vogel  Leather 
Co..  Milwaukee.  Wis.  Pigment  -  stirring  pan.  No. 
1.417,885;  May  30. 

Bossert,  Charles  P.,  assignor  to  Pfister  &  Vogel  Leather 
Co.,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Machine  for  treating  hides  and 
skins.     No.   1.421,662;  July  4. 


Bossert,  Ernst,  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Die  shaper.  No. 
1,434,082;    Oct.   31. 

Bossert,  William  F.,  Utica,  N.  Y.  Semaphore  blade.  No. 
1,434,476  ;  Nov.  7. 

Bosshard,  Theodore,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Confection-making 
apparatus.     No.   1,419,808  ;  June   13. 

Bossi,  Enea.      (See  Kieran,  John  J.,  assignor.) 

Bossom,  Robert  P.,  Brighton,  England.  Electromagnetic 
lockout    switch.      No.    1,414,453 ;    May    2. 

riostaph  Engineering  Corporation.  (See  Ramage,  Alex- 
ander S.,  assignor.) 

Bostedo,  Louis  G.,  Chicago,  111.  Method  of  and  means  for 
propelling  craft  navigating  a  fluid  medium.  No. 
1,405,482  ;  Feb.  7. 

Bostie,  John  L.,  Wainwright,  assignor  of  one-half  to 
Invader  Oil  Corporation,  Muskogee,  Oklu.  Combined 
cup  protector  and  casing  cleaner  for  pump  plungers. 
No.   1,427,435  ;   Aug.   29. 

Bostock,  Francis  J.     (See  Brown,  P.,  and  Bostock.) 

Bostock,  Francis  J.,  and  S.  Bramley-Moore,  Nether  ton, 
Huddersfield,  England.  Gear  tooth.  No.  1,434,987  ; 
Nov.  7. 

Boston,  Arvel  A.,  New  Martinsville,  W.  Va.  Battery 
filler.     No.  1,423,393  ;  July  18. 

Boston  Clip  and  Tag  Company.  (See  Williams,  George 
H.,   assignor.) 

Boston  Last  Company.  (See  Heath,  D.  B.  and  Annis, 
assignors.) 

Boston  Pressed  Metal  Co.  (See  Needham,  William  H.,  as- 
signor.) 

Bostrom,  Axel  G.      (See  Holmes,  G.  E.,  and  Bostrom.) 

Bostrom,  Axel  G.  (See  Holmes,  G.  E.,  and  J.  M.  and 
A.  G.  Bostrom.) 

Bostrom,  John  M.     (See  Holmes.  G.  E.,  and  Bostrom.) 

Bostrom,  John  M.  (See  Holmes,  G.  E.,  and  J.  M.  and 
A.  G.  Bostrom.) 

Bostwick,  James  B.,  Jersev  City,  N.  J.  Lifting  jack.  No. 
1,433,695  ;   Oct.   31. 

Boswell,  George  F.  (See  Wagstaff,  Andrew  L.,  as- 
signor.) 

Boswell,  Harry  E.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Shoe  heel.  No. 
1,414,545  ;   May   2. 

Boswell,  Ralph  W.,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Shock  absorber. 
No.   1,409,819  ;  Mar.  14. 

Boswell,  Robert  A.,  Washington,  D.  C.  Cabinet  talking 
'  machine.     No.  1,429,839  ;  Sept.  19.    ■ 

Bosworth,  Charles  O.,  San  Diego,  Calif.  Means  and 
method  of  preparing  artificial  snow.  No.  1,432,153 ; 
Oct.  17. 

Bosworth.  Cyrus  M.,  Cleveland,  and  A.  G.  Boesel,  Cleve- 
land Heights.  Ohio.  Electric  water  heater.  No. 
1,415,015  ;  May  9. 

Bosworth,  David  C.  A.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Phonograph  at- 
tachment.     No.    1,414,687 ;    May    2. 

Bosworth,  George  P.,  Central  Falls,  assignor  to  Hemphill 
Company,  Pawtucket,  R.  I.  Knitted  glove  and  making 
same.     No.  1.413,314  ;  Apr.  18. 

Bosworth,  George  P.,  assignor  to  Hemphill  Company, 
Central  Falls,  R.  I.  Glove-knitting  machine.  No. 
1,413,452  ;  Apr.  18. 

Bosworth,  George  P.,  assignor  to  Hemphill  Company,  Cen- 
tral Falls,  R.  I.  Spring-needle  knitting  machine.  No. 
1,416,257  ;  May  16. 

Bosworth,  George  P.,  assignor  to  Hemphill  Company,  Cen- 
tral Falls,  R.  I.  Fashioned  hosiery  and  making  the 
same.     No.  1,418,617  ;  June  6. 

Bosworth,  George  P.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
Hemphill  Company,  Central  Falls,  R.  I.  Circular- 
stocking  machine.     No.  1,423,177 ;   July  18. 

Bosworth,  George  P..  Central  Falls,  assignor  to  Hemphill 
Company,  Pawtucket,  R.  I.  Glove  and  making  same. 
No.  1 .424,072  ;  Jul/  25. 

Bosworth,  George  P.,  Central  Falls,  assignor  to  Hemphill 
Companv,  Pawtucket,  R.  I.  Knitting  machine.  No. 
1.428.317;    Sept.  5. 

Bosworth,  George  P.,  Central  Falls,  assignor  to  Hemphill 
Company.  Pawtucket,  R.  I.  Mechanism  for  knitting 
gloves.     No.  1,428,318;  Sept.  5. 

Bosworth,  George  P.,  assignor  to  Hemphill  Company, 
Central  Falls,  R.  I.  Knitted  glove  and  making  same. 
No.  1,428,939;  £ept.  12. 

Bosworth,  George  P..  Central  Falls,  assignor  to  Hemphill 
Companv,  Pawtucket,  R.  I.  Knitting  machine.  No. 
1,433,172;    Oct.    24. 

Bosworth.  George  P.,  Central  Falls,  and  E.  M.  Gunning. 
•Pawtucket,  R.  I.,  assignors,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
Hemphill  Company.  Central  Falls,  R.  I.  Splicing  mech- 
anism for  circular-knitting  machines.  No.  1,402,394  ; 
Jan.    3. 

Bosworth,  Littleton  B.,  Albany.  Ga.  Feed  table  and  guide 
for  paper-ruling  machines.     No.  1,406,969  ;  Feb.  21. 

Bosworth,  Percy  B.,  Springfield,  Ohio.  Core  for  pneu- 
matic tires  and  constructing  same.  No.  1,409,995  : 
Mar.  21. 

Both,  Tonjes  A.,  Stratford,  Conn.,  assignor  to  The  Con- 
necticut Electric  Manufacturing  Company.  Renewable 
cartridge  fuse.     No.  1.417,966  ;  May  30. 

Bothe,  Andreas',  Oreland.  assignor  to  Kleen  Products  Com- 
pany. Inc..  North  Wales,  Pa.  Fiber  spoon.  No. 
1.435.890  ;  Nov.  14. 

Botnnr.  Jason.  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Stitch-roniovrag  device. 
No.  1.412,836;  Apr.  18. 

Rotseheider,  George,  San  Francisco.  Calif.  Elevator  con- 
trol system.     No.  1,409,132  ;  Mar.  7. 


UNITED    STATES    PATENT    OFFICE,    1022. 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — rContmued. 


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Bott,  Anton,  Franlcfort-on-the-Main,  Germany,  assignor 
lo  Socie"tc  Anonyme  conipagnie-Geuerale  Du  Verre, 
Luxemburg,  Luxemburg.  Closing  device  for  preserve 
pots.      No.    1,402.910;    Jan.    10. 

Bona,  Ferruccio.     (See  Arato,  Achille,  assignor.) 

Botten,  Henry  W.-,  Lakewood,  assignor  to  The  Owen 
Bucket  Company,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Grab  bucket.  .No. 
1,437,392  ;   Dec.  5. 

Bottle,  Edward  K.,  Elmira,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  American 
Sales  Book  Company,  Limited,  Toronto,  Ontario,  Can- 
ada.    Manifolding  sales  book.     No.  1,405,748  ;  Feb.  7. 

Bottle,  Edward  K.,  Elmira,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  American 
Sales  Book  Company,  Limited,  Toronto,  Canada.  Mani- 
folding sales  book.     No.  1,435,145  ;  Nov.  14. 

Bolts,  Kobert  11.,  Parker,  Ariz.  Clutch.  No.  1,412,606  ; 
Apr.    11. 

Bouchard,  Uldoric  J.  (See  Schloth,  Arthur  C.  and  H.  E., 
assignors.) 

Bouchg,  William  F.,  Lancaster,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Gould 
Coupler  Company.  Electric  generator.  No.  1,405,180  ; 
Jan.    31. 

Bouche,  William  F.,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Gould  Cou- 
pler Company.     Dashpot.    No.  1,407,320  ;  Feb.  21. 

Bouchg,  William  F.,  Lancaster,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Gould 
Coupler  Company.     Governor.     No.  1,415,981 ;  May  16. 

Bouche,  William  F.,  Lancaster,  and  E.  J.  Blake,  Buffalo, 
N.  Y.,  assignors  to  Gould  Coupler  Company.  Turbogen- 
erator.    No.  1,420,076  ;  June  20. 

Boucher,  Edmore  N.     (See  Kosine,  C.,  and  Boucher.) 

Boucher,  George  F.     (See  Ward,  E.  K.,  and  Boucher.) 

Boucher,  Joseph  H.,  Cambridge,  Mass.  Cap-crown-protect- 
ing device.     No.  1,433,108  ;  Oct.  24. 

Boudreaux,  Theodore,  assignor  of  one-fourth  to  I.  Gregg 
and  one-fourth  to  Bibb  &  Caven,  Marshall,  Tex.  Oil 
burner.      No.   1,434,324  ;   Oct.   31. 

Boughter,  H.  Dixon,  Decalur,  111.  Movable  headlight. 
No.    1,422,732;   July   11. 

Bouillon,  Charles,  Paris,  France.  Apparatus  for  leaching 
minerals.     No.  1,406,525  ;  Feb.  14. 

Bouillon,  Charles,  Paris,  France.  Decomposing  soapy 
waters.      No.    1,410,882  ;    Mar.   28. 

Bouillon,  Charles,  Paris,  France.  Apparatus  for  separat- 
ing solids  from  liquids.     No.  1,429,320  ;  Sept.  19. 

Bouillon,  Constant,  assignor  to  llendey  Machine  Company, 
Torrington,  Conn.  Machine-tool-driving  mechanism. 
No.  1,407,834  ;  Feb.  28. 

Bouillon,  Constant,  assignor  to  Hendey  Machine  Com- 
pany, Torrington,  Conn.  Change-gear  mechanism.  No. 
1,415,515  ;  May  9. 

Boulassier,  Louis  R.  W.,  Taris,  France.  Apparatus  for 
measuring  the  value  of  the  efforts  and  of  the  deforma- 
tions to  which  organs  are  submitted  when  working. 
No.   1,425,506  ;   Aug.   15. 

Boulineau.  William  W.,  Cedartown,  Ga.  Dirigible  spot- 
light.    No.  1,415,982  ;  May  16. 

Boulissiere,  Georges  L.,  Puteaux,  France.  Roller  bearing 
for  radial  and  thrust  loads.     No.  1,411,837  ;  Apr.  4. 

Boulogne,  Baltus,  Soerabaia.  Java,  Dutch  East  Indies. 
Weighing  tank  for  automatic  weighing  machines.  No. 
1,426,709  ;   Aug.   22. 

Boulogne,  Baltus,  Soerabaia,  Java,  Dutch  East  Indies. 
W'eighing  beam  for  automatic  weighing  machines.  No. 
1,435,693  ;  Nov.  14. 

Boulogne,  Baltus,  Soerabaia,  Java,  Dutch  East  Indies. 
Buffer  for  automatic  weighing  machines.  No.  1,437,128  ; 
Nov.   28. 

Boulton,  Albert  E..  Buffalo,  N.  Y.  Coin-assembling  device. 
No.  1,401,957;  Jan.  3. 

Boulton,  George,  Rochester,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  United  Shoe 
Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Lining-trim- 
ming machine.    No.  1,406,335  ;  Feb.  14. 

Bouma,  Edward,  Waterloo,  Iowa.  Counting  machine  for 
printing  presses.     No.  1,440,130  ;  Dec.  26. 

Boumphrey,  Geoffrey  M.,  Baycliffe,  Lymm,  England. 
Disk-record  cabinet.     No.  1,439,725  ;  Dec.  26. 

Bounds,  Ruel  E:,  and  P.  S.  DumboJton,  Wortham,  Tex. 
Self-set  animal   trap.     No.   1,415,301  ;  May   9. 

Bouquet,  Max,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Safety  spring  catch 
for  pins.     No.  1,409,656;  Mar.  14. 

Bourdariat,  Joseph  A.,  Paris,  and  M.  Diet,  Vaucresson, 
Frhnce.     Building  material.     No.  1,411,906  ;  Apr.  4. 

Bourdeau,  Leon  N.,  Rock  Island,  111.,  assignor  of  one-half 
to  J.  G.  Sorenson,  Davenport,  Iowa.  Grease  cup.  No. 
1.405,566;  Feb.  7. 

Bourdelles,  Emile  A.  L.,  assignor  to  Societe  Anonyme  Dps 
Etablissements  Delauriay  Belleville,  St.  Denis,  France. 
Machine  gun.     No.  1,402,564  ;  Jan.  3. 

Boureau.  D<§str<§  V.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Snubber.  No. 
1,421,900;   July   4. 

Bourgeois,  Victor  L.  J.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  N.  Dubois, 
Montreal,  Quebec,  Canada.  Loading  and  unloading 
apparatus   for   trucks.      No.    1,427,180  ;.  Aug.    29.     ■ 

Bourke,  Thomas  N.,  assignor  to  Slaymaker  Electric  Weld- 
ing Company,  Detroit,  Mich.  Operating  rod.  No. 
1,438,016;  Dec.  5. 

Bourke,  Ulick,  Chicago,  111.  Cabinet.  No.  1,431,211  ; 
Oct.  10. 

Bourne,  Alexander  B..  Wallaceburg.  Ontario,  Canada. 
Film  holder.     No.   1,415,776;  May  9. 

Bourne,  George  G.,  et  al.     (See  Bonne.  Robert  J.,  assignor.) 

Bourne,  Phillips  P..  Winchester.  Mass.,  assignor  to  Worth- 
ington  Pump  and  Machinery  Corporation,  New  York. 
N.  Y.  Internal  combustion  engine.  No.  1,415,864; 
May  16. 


Bourque,  David,  assignor  to  G.  W.  J.  Murphy  Company, 
Amesbury,  Mass.  Turnbutton  fastener.  No.  1,417,658  ; 
May  30. 

Bourque,  David,  assignor  to  G.  W.  J.  Murphy  Company, 
Amesbury,  Mass.  Socket  for  separable  fasteners.  No. 
1,430,787  ;  Oct.  3. 

Bourque,  David,  assignor  to  G.  W.  J.  Murphy  Company, 
Amesbury,  Mass.  Snap-fastener  socket.  No.  1,432,660; 
Oct.  17. 

Bourque,  David,  assignor  to  G.  W.  J.  Murphy  Company, 
Amesbury,  Mass.  Tool  for  setting  fastener  parts.  No. 
1,438,692  ;  Dec.  12. 

Bouscher,  William  E.,  Seattle,  Wash.  Geared  locomotives. 
No.   1,435,374 ;   Nov.   14. 

Boutelle,  William  H.     (Schumacher,  E.  L.,  and  Boutelle.) 

Bouthillette,  Charles,  Acton  Vale,  Quebec,  Canada.  Wheel 
tread.     No.  1,432,661  ;  Oct.  17. 

Bouton,  Edgar  M.,  Wilkinsburg,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Westing- 
house  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company.  Motor-con- 
trol system.    No.  1,406,255.  Feb.  14. 

Bouton,  Edgar  M.,  Wrilkinsburg,  Pa.,  assignor  to  West- 
inghouse  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company.  Control 
system  and  apparatus.     No.  1,421,157  ;  June  27. 

Bouvier,  Aure  O.,  Claremont,  N.  H.  Metal-cutting  mecha- 
nism.    No.  1,412,052  ;  Apr.   11. 

Bouvier,  Maurice,  Lyon,  France,  assignor  to  Socielte 
Chimique  des  Usines  du  Rhone,  (Anciennement  Gilliard 
P.  Monnet  et  Carrier,)  Paris,  France.  Dyestuffs  of  the 
indigo  series.     No.  1,412,038  ;  Apr.  11. 

Bouvier,  Maurice,  Lyon,  assignor  to  Societe  Chimique  des 
Usines  du  Rhone  Anciennement  Gilliard  P.  Monnet  et 
Cartiers,  Paris,  France.  Obtaining  halogen  derivatives 
of  indigo  and  of  its  homologues.     No.  1,414,335  ;  May  2. 

Bouvy,  (Nicolaaszoon),  Jacobus  J.  B.  J.,  Dordrecht,  Neth- 
erlands.    Belt  fasteners.     No.  1,430,211 ;  Sept.  26. 

Bovard,  William  H.,  E.  L.  Barker,  and  C.  S.  Jenkins,  Los 
Angeles,  Calif.,  said  Barker  assignor  to  said  Bovard 
and  said  Jenkins.  Bumper  bracket.  No.  1,407,835 ; 
Feb.  28. 

Bovard,  William  P.,  assignor  to  Tie  Ohio  Brass  Company, 
Mansfield,  Ohio.  Metallic  joint  and  production.  No. 
1,410,647  ;  Mar.  28. 

Bovard,  William  P.,  assignor  to  The  Ohio  Brass  Company, 
Mansfield,  Ohio.  Electric  resistance  element.  No. 
1,433,932  ;   Oct.  31. 

Bovee,  Ransom  Y.,  Maywood,  assignor  of  one-half  to  O.  J. 
Buck,  Chicago,  111.  Explosion  engine.  No.  1,424,872  ; 
Aug.  8. 

Bovey,  Sidney  J.  V.,  Chicago,  111.  Spark  plug.  No. 
1,439,791 ;  Dec.  26. 

Bovie,  William  T.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  W.  S.  Hughes, 
Milton,  Mass.  Sound -reproducing  machine.  No. 
1,411,472  ;  Apr.  4. 

Bovier,  Philibert  L.,  Paris,  France.  Apparatus  for  the 
change  of  views,  designs,  or  characters.  No.  1,432,662 ; 
Oct.  17. 

Bowden,  William,  Manchester,  England.  Liquid-fuel- 
supply  apparatus  for  internal-combustion  engines.  No. 
1,433,870;  Oct.  31. 

Bowditch,  Archibald  H.     (See  Kelsey,  Frank  N.,  assignor.) 

Bowe,  David  W.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Road  construction.  No. 
1,432,957;  Oct.  24. 

Bowe,  Denis  E.,  Waseca,  Minn.  Fish-dressing  device. 
No.  1,438,091 ;  Dec.  5. 

Bowen,  Alfredo,  Santiago,  Chile.  Automatic  trolley  re- 
triever for  electric  tramcars.     No.   1,436,936  ;  Nov.  28. 

Bowen,  Bowen  K.,  Nashville,  Tenn.  Dental  impression 
tray.     No.  1,411,156  ;  Mar.  28. 

Bowen,  Charles,  Fort  Wayne,  Ind.  Bumper  for  automo- 
biles.   No.  1,406,921 ;  Feb.  14. 

Bowen,  David  M.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Gas  radiator. 
No.    1,413,826;  Apr.   25. 

Bowen,  David  R.,  and  C.  F.  Schnuck,  assignor  to  Farrel 
Foundry  and  Machine  Company,  Ansonia,  Conn.  Ma- 
chine for  treating  rubber  or  other  plastic  material. 
No.   1.420,959  ;  June  27. 

Bowen,  David  R.,  Ansonia,  and  C.  F.  Schnuck,  New  Haven, 
assignors  to  Farrel  Foundry  &  Machine  Company, 
Ansonia,  Conn.  Machine  for  mixing  or  masticating 
rubber  and  like  materials.     No.  1,424,445  ;  Aug.  1. 

Bowen,  Edward  W.,  assignor  to  The  Hydraulic  Pressed 
Steel  Company,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Shoring  for  concrete 
forms.     No.   1,439,060  ;  Dec.  19. 

Bowen,  Eugene  F.,  and  E.  J.  Scott,  Providence,  R.  I. 
Stamp-affixing  machine.     No.   1,429,321  ;   Sept.   19. 

Bowen,  Frank  G.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Key  case.  No. 
1,404,736;    Jan.    31. 

Bowen,  George  W.,  Bridgeton,  N.  J.  Measuring  rule. 
No.  1,418,358  ;  June  6. 

Bowen,  Glenn  E.,  Whittier,  Calif.  Advertising  device. 
No.  1,409,141  ;  Mar.  7. 

Bowen.  James,  Swansea,  Wales.  Cooling  device  for  air- 
cooled  engines.     No.   1,424,234;  Aug.  1. 

Bowen,  James  M.,  Cape  May  Court  House,  N.  J.,  assignor 
to  S.  L.  Allen  &  Co.,  Inc.  Self-propelled  vehicle.  No. 
1.413.215  :  Apr.  18. 

Bowen,  Jenkin  W.,  S,  M.  Hart,  and  J.  E.  Bowen,  Pueblo, 
Colo.     Hydroaeroplane.     No.   1.427.257 ;  Aug.   29. 

Bowen,  John  E.,  et  al.  (See  Bowen,  J.  W.,  Hart,  and 
Bowen.) 

Bowen,  Robert  J.,  Winston-Salem,  N.  C.  Piano  loader. 
No.   1,431.363  ;   Oct.   10. 

Bowen,  William  S.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Steam  generator. 
No.   1,415,777;  May   9. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Bowen,  William  S.,  New  York,  N.  Y.     Steam  generator. 

No.    1,415,778;    May   9. 
Bowen,  William  S.,  New  York,  N.  Y.     Electrostatic  gen- 
erator.    No.  1,415,779  ;  May  9. 
Bowen,   William   S.,  New  York,   N.   Y.     Producing  heat. 

No.    1,415,780 ;    May   9. 
Bowen,    William   S.,    New  York,   N.    Y.      Producing   heat. 

No.    1,415,781;    May    9. 
Bower,    Chester    A.,    Castor,    Alberta,    Canada.      Display 

rack  for  phonograph  disks.     No.  1,421,391 ;  July  4. 
Bower,  George  W.,  Schenectady,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  General 

Electric    Company.      Suspension   for   trolley   wires   and 

the  like.    No.  1,420,407  ;  June  20. 
Bower,  George  W.,  Schenectady,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  General 

Electric  Company.  Clamping  ear.  No.  1,420.408  ;  June  20. 
Bower,    Harold   J.,    New    York,    N.    Y.,    assignor   to    The 

Hess-Brlght  Manufacturing  Company,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Thrust  and  radial,  ball  bearing.    No.  1,440,131 ;  Dec.  26. 
Bowerman,    Emma,    New    York,    N.    Y.      Receptacle.      No. 

1,430,720  ;  Oct.  3. 
Bowers,  Claude  E.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.     Table  lock.     No. 

1,425,833;   Aug.    15. 
Bowers,  David,  executor.     (See  Wooten,  C.  T.) 
Bowers,  Don  S.     (See  Barney,  P.  H.-,  and  Bowers.) 
Bowers,  P.  M.,  and  Son  Company.     (See  Ross,  Prank  V., 

assignor.) 
Bowers,  Floyd  O.     (See  Philo,  C.  M.,  and  Bowers.) 
Bowers,    Fred   D.,    Sugargrove,    Pa.      Division    board    for 

beehives.     No.   1,420,960  ;  June  27. 
Bowers,  Harold  S.     (See  McPhillips,  J.  R.,  and  Bowers.) 
Bowers,  John.     (See  Robinson,  B.  S.,  and  Bowers.) 
Bowers,  Robert  R.,  assignor  to  The  Dain  Manufacturing 

Company  of  Iowa,  Ottumwa,  Iowa.     Combined  rake  and 

tedder.     No.  1,406,970  ;  Feb.  21. 
Bowers,  Robert  R.,   assignor  to  Dain   Manufacturing  Co. 

of    Iowa,    Ottumwa,    Iowa.      Draft    attachment.      No. 

1,416,681  ;  May  23. 
Bowers,  William  G,  Newark,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  American 

Abrasive  Metals  Company,   New  York,   N.  Y.     Casting. 

No.  1,403,005  ;  Jan.  10. 
Bowers,  William  T.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  T.  J.  Levey, 

Baltimore,  Md.     Piston  for  internal-combustion  engines. 

No.  1,437,490;  Dec.  5. 
Bowersock,   Wilbur  E.,   Buffalo,   N.  Y.,   assignor  to   Law- 
rence Paper  Manufacturing  Company,  Lawrence,  Kans. 

Glue  applicator.     No.  1,439,464  ;  Dec.  19. 
Bowes,  George  S.,  Newcomerstown,  Ohio.     Attachment  for 

running  boards  of  automobiles.     No.  1,407,514  ;  Feb.  21. 
Bowie,    Augustus    J.,    et    al.,    trustees.       (See    Larsen, 

Edward  A.,  assignor.) 
Bowie,    Derwin    W.,    Woodridge,    assignor,    by    mesne    as- 
signments, to  United  Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Pat- 

erson,  N.  J.     Heel-seat-fitting  machine.     No.  1,432,524  ; 

Oct.   17. 
Bowker,     Clinton     D.,     Phoenix,     Ariz.       Brooder.       No. 

1,438,693  :  Dec.  12. 
Bowke*,  William,  Centerville,  R.  I.     Motor-vehicle  steer- 
ing gear.     No.  1,438,809  ;  Dec.  12. 
Bowler,  Elizabeth,  Westport,  S.  Dak.    Garment-supporting 

device.      No.   1,423,749  ;   July  25. 
Bowler,  Frank  W.,  Chicago,  111.     Combination  comb  case. 

No.  1,421,392  ;  July  4. 
Bowler,  Frank  W.,  Chicago,  111.     Reversible  window.     No. 

1,427,088;   Aug.   29. 
Bowles,  Byron  E.  and  M.  E.,  Council  Bluffs,  Iowa.     Door 

check.     No.  1,408,338  ;  Feb.  28. 
Bowles,  John  H.,  New  York,  N.  Y.     Collapsible  tire  rim. 

No.  1,424,073  ;  July  25. 
Bowles,  Joseph  L.,  Jr.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.    Efficiency  and  edu- 
cational chart.     No.  1,419,809;  June  13. 
Bowles,    Myron   E.      (See  Bowles,   Byron   E.   and  M.   E.) 
Bowman,    A.    M.      (See    Sturm,    E.    J.,    and    Surnson,    as- 
signors.) 
Bowman,  Allan  K.,  Wilkinsburg,  Pa.     Phonograph.      No. 

1,436,790;    Nov.    28. 
Bowman,  Charles  R.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  W.  C.  Staver, 

Butler,     Mo.       Ventilating    window.       No.     1,412,039; 

Apr.  11. 
Bowman,  Charles  T.      (See  Davis,  G.  H.,  and  Bowman.) 
Bowman,  Charles  T.     (See  Davis,  George  H.,  assignor.) 
Bowman-Edson,   M.   K.,   Company.      (See  Bowman,    Mark 

K.,   assignor.) 
Bowman,  Edwin  L.,  Gardner,  Mass.     Baby  walker.     No. 

1,404,572;  Jan.  24. 
Bowman,    Elva.    Fort    Wayne,    Ind.      Chiropractic    tahle. 

No.   1,429,709;   Sept.   19. 
Bowman,   Frank    S.      (See    Kelly,    Roy   H.,    assignor.) 
Bowman,    Frederick   H.,   Manchester,   and   R.   L.  Aspden ; 

said    Bowman    assignor    of    his    entire    right    to    R.    E. 

Aspden,    Chorley,    England.      Electrical    equipment    of 

motor  vehicles  and  aircraft.     No.   1,419,607  ;  June  13. 
Bowman,    Jack   J..    Portland,   Oreg.     Angle    bar  and   nut 

lock.     No.   1,423,394;  July  18. 
Bowman,    Mark    K.,    -issignor    to    M.    K.    Bowman-Edson 

Company,    New    York,    N.    Y.      Cleaner    for    tubes    of 

condensers,    boilers,    etc.      No.    1,424,336 ;    Aug.    1. 
Bowman,  Newton  K.,  Canton,  Ohio.     Trolley-wire  splicer. 

No.  1,403,837;   Jan.   17. 
Bowman,  Newton  K..  North  Lawrence,  Ohio.    Rail-bonding 

tool.      No.    1.433.775;    Oct.    31. 
Bowman,  Robert  L.,  Knoxvllle,  Tenn.     Vaporizing  device 

for  fuel  oils.     No.  1,416,938;  May  23. 
Bowman,  Robert  L.,   Knoxville,   Tenn.     Blasting  shell  or 

sheet.     No.   1,431,774;  Oct.   10. 
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Bowman,  Wade  W.,  Yonkers,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Continu- 
ous Cloth  Towel  Cabinet  Co.  Inc.,  of  New  York,  N.  Y 
Bearing.      No.    1,415,142 ;    May  9. 

Bowman,  Walter  H.,  assignor  to  Goldsmith  Bros.  Smelt- 
ing &  Refining  Co.,  Chicago,  111.  Container  for  mercury. 
No.    1,427,351  ;  Aug.   29. 

Bowman.  William  B..  assignor  of  one-half  to  G.  Hoffman, 
Chicago,  111.     Clamp.     No.  1,428,877  ;  Sept.  12. 

Bown,  David  E.,  Crafton,  Pa.  Lamp  socket.  No. 
1,421,122  ;  June  27. 

Bown,  Ralph,  East  Orange,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  American 
Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.  Radiocircnits.  No. 
1,433,599;  Oct.  31. 

Bowser,  Augustus,  deceased,  Fort  Wayne,  Ind. ;  C.  S. 
Fair  and  Coite  H.  Bolens,  administrators.  Air  valve. 
No.   1,403,286;   Jan.   10. 

Bowser,  Percy  L.     (See  Joynt.  J.,  and  Bowser.) 

Bowser,  Percy  L.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Rotary  compressor  or  ro- 
tary engine.    No.  1,419,915  ;  June  20. 

Bowser,  S.  F.,  &  Company.  (See  Hinds,  Sherwood,  as- 
signor. ) 

Boxell,  Augustus  G.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Film-treatment 
cage.     No.  1,424.87 6\  Aug.  8. 

Boyce,  Carrol  R.,  Wautoma,  Wis.  Automatic  tool-drop- 
ping machine.     No.   1,422,531 ;  July  11. 

Boyce,  Edward  C,  Washington,  D.  C.  Vending  apparatus. 
No.  1,424,074  ;  July  25. 

Boyce,   Edwin.      (See  Duckett,   Eligah  H.,   assignor.) 

Boyce,  Harrison  H.,  Forest  Hills,  N.  Y.  Cooling  system. 
No.  1,406,922  ;  Feb.  14. 

Boyce,  Harrison  H.,  Forest  Hills,  N.  Y.  Temperature- 
indicating  instrument  for  automobile  engines.  No. 
1,408,259  ;  Feb.  28. 

Boyce,  Harrison  H.,  Forest  Hills,  N.  Y.  Fastening  means 
for  instrument  glasses  and  the  like.  No.  1,430,721  ; 
Oct.  3. 

Boyce,  Harrison  H.,  Forest  Hills,  N.  Y.  Means  for  intro- 
ducing temperature-responsive  elements  into  engine- 
cooling  systems.     No.  1,431,212;  Oct.  10. 

Boyce.  William  E.,  Albion,  N.  Y\  Spraying  nozzle.  No. 
1,432,958;    Oct.    24. 

Boyce  &  Veeder.      (See  Louder,   Earl  A.,   assignor.) 

Boyd,  Angus  J.,  Dedham,  Mass.  Stop  signal  for  automo- 
biles.    No.  1,412,160;  Apr.  11. 

Boyd,  Ernest,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Hosiery.  No.  1,434,941 ; 
Nov.  7. 

Boyd,  Frank  W.,  assignor  of  one-third  to  J.  A.  O'Connell, 
Spokane,  Wash.     Fuse  plug.     No.  1,416.602  ;  May  16. 

Boyd,  Fred  C,  New  Haven,  and  A.  J.  Barnes,  West 
Haven,  assignors  to  The  Faraday  Co.,  New  Haven, 
Conn.      Thermostat    switch.      No.    1,439.399 ;    Dec.    19. 

Boyd,  James  G.,  Jacksonville,  Fla.  Top  for  square 
hampers.     No.  1,409,820  ;  Mar.   14. 

Boyd,  James  S.,  Spray,  N.  C.  Register.  No.  1,422,024; 
July  4. 

Boyd,  Walter  C.,  Shepherdsville,  Ky.  Valve  for  radiators. 
No.   1,425,940;  Aug.   15. 

Boyd.  William.      (See  Steedman,   Henry  P;  G.,  assignor.) 

Boyden,  George  A.,  assignor  to  G.  A.  Boyden,  Jr.,  Balti- 
more, Md.    Bond.    No.  1,411,838  ;  Apr.  4. 

Boyden,  George  A.,  Jr.     (See  Boyden,  George  A.,  assignor.) 

Boyden,  George  A.,  Jr.,  and  John  C,  Baltimore,  Md.  Rail- 
way car  truck.     No.  1,414,497  ;  May  2. 

Boyden,  John  C.     (See  Boyden.  George  A.,  Jr.,  and  J.  C.) 

Boyden  Shoe  Mfg.  Co.      (See  Slavens,  Charles,  assignor.) 

Boye,  James  H.,  Chicago,  111.  Curtain  fixture.  No. 
1,424,337 ;    Aug.    1. 

Boye,  James  H.,  Chicago,  111.  Golf  club.  No.  1,437,463  ; 
Dec.  5. 

Boye  Needle  Company,  The.  (See  Carlson,  Gustav  A., 
assignor.) 

Boye  Needle  Company,  The.  (See  Flannery,  John  L.,  as- 
signor.) 

Bovea,  Ovila  W;,  Barre,  Vt.  Aeroplane.  No.  1,435,204  ; 
Nov.    14. 

Boyer,  Alexander  B.     (See  White.  H.  S.,  and  Boyer.) 

Boyer,  Edwin  S.,  Plainfield.  N.  J.,  assignor  to  American 
Hard  Rubber  Co..  New  York,  N.  Y.  Battery  jar  and 
making  same.     No.  1,425,574;  Aug.  15. 

Boyer,  Fernnnd,  Paris,  Prance.  Apparatus  for  preventing 
the  lateral  contraction  of  a  fabric  durins  weaving.  No. 
1,433.256  ;   Oct.   24. 

Boyer,  Fred  S.,  Knishtslown,  Ind.  Motor-vehicle  spot- 
light.    No.    1.426,250;  Aug.   15. 

Boyer,  Oliver,  Spencerville,  Ohio.  Tractor  wheel.  No. 
1.412.999  ;  Apr.  18. 

Boyer,  William  E.,  assignor  to  S.  D.  Wriirht,  Cleveland. 
Ohio.  Door  -  handling  mechanism.  No.  1,417,714; 
May  30. 

Boyett,  Oren  K.,  Doucette,  Tex.  Bill  file  or  article 
holder.     No.   1,407,720  ;  Feb.  28. 

Boyette,  Oren  K.,  Doucette,  Tex.  Article  holder  or  stand. 
No.   1,407,721  ;  Feb.  28. 

Boyett,  Oren  K.,  Doucette,  Tex.  Broom.  No.  1,412,653  ; 
Apr.  11. 

Boyett,  Oren  K.,  Doucette,  Tex.  Match  box.  No. 
1,412,671  ;  Apr.  11. 

Bovkin,  Burwell.  jr.,  Beaumont,  Tex.  Traveling  block. 
No.    1.424,075;    July    25. 

Bovkin,  Burwell,  Jr.,  Beaumont,  Tex.  Pulley  block.  No. 
1. 435,953:   Nov.   21. 

Boykin,  Christopher  C,  Norfolk,  Va.  Measuring  cap  for 
liquid-dispensing  devices.     No.  1.438.892  ;  Dec.  12. 

Boykin,  Herbert  C.     (See  Ritchie,  O.  N.,  and  Boykin.) 


UNITED    STATES    PATENT    OFFICE,    1922. 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


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Boyle,  Alfred  S.,  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Floor  waxer  and  pol- 
isher.    No.  1,406.721  ;  Feb.  14. 

Boyle,  Bernard.     (See  Branston,  William  H.,  assignor.) 

Boyle,  Edward  M.,  Watertown,  N.  Y.  Combination  pneu- 
matic locking  and  signaling  apparatus.  No.  1,418,226  ; 
May  30. 

Boyle,  Elizabeth  F.      (See  Ferris,  Munez  C,  assignor.) 

Bovle,  Homer  L.,  Lansing,  Mich.  Aeroplane.  No. 
1,418,522  ;  June  6. 

Boyle,  James  M..  New  York,  N.  Y.  Method  of  and  appa- 
ratus for  arresting  combustion.     No.  1,402,711;  Jan.  3. 

Boyle,  John  L.,  Boston,  Mass.  Combined  talking  and 
picture-exhibiting   machine.     No.    1,434,526 ;    Nov.   7. 

Boyle,  Louis  M.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Camp  stove.  No. 
1.421,393  ;  July  4. 

Boyle,  Louis  M.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Luggage  retainer. 
No.  1,432,154;  Oct.  17. 

Boyle.  Louis.  M.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Camp  stove.  No. 
i. 436, 937;    Nov.    28. 

Boyle,  Peter  J.,  Saginaw,  Mich.  Beet  digger.  No. 
1,421.123;  June  27. 

Boyle,  Rudolph  B.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Automatic  train- 
slopping  device.     No.  1,424,980;  Aug.  8. 

Boyle,  William,  1'hiladelphia,  Pa.  Window  stay.  No. 
i. 434, 732  ;  Nov.   7. 

Bovle,  Willis  .1.,  Sr.,  Los  Angeles,  calif.  Garbage  or  ash 
can.      No.    1.402,830;    Jan.    10. 

Boyler,  Emanuel  J.,  assignor  to  N.  A.  Kaletzky,  New  Ha- 
ven, Conn.     Powder  puff.     No.  1,406,439  ;  Feb.  14. 

Bovles,  David  S.,  Rock  Hill,  S.  C.  Clothespin.  No. 
1,426,251  ;   Aug.   15. 

Boyll,  Robert,  Terre  Haute,  Ind.  Electric  wax  sealer.  No. 
1,406,526  ;   Feb.  14. 

Boyffton,  Elsie  M.      (See  Boynton,  Harry  L.  and  E.  M.) 

Boynton,  Harry  L.  and  E.  M..  San  Francisco,  Calif. 
Spring  sounder.     No.   1,409,057  ;   Mar.  14. 

Boynton,  Stanley  E.,  Rochester,  N.  v..  assignor  to  Fitz- 
Empire  Double  Pivot  Last  Company,  Auburn,  Me. 
Length-grading  mechanism  for  copying  lathes.  No. 
1,402,737;    Jan.    10. 

Boynton,  Vera  K.  (See  Terry,  K.  S.,  Webster,  and  Boyn- 
ton.) 

Boynton,  Vern  TC,  assignor  to  Terry  &  Webster,  Inc.,  New 
York.  N.  Y.     Fume-control  device.     No.  1,414,722  ;  May  2. 

Boysen,  Frank  R.     (See  McCollum,  Clarence  R.,  assignor.) 

Boyuls,  Cecil  11.,  Louisville,  Ky.  Shirt  bosom  and  body 
machine.     (Reissue.)     No.  15,395  ;  July  4. 

Bozard.  Harrison  B.,  Hamilton,  Ontario,  Canada,  as- 
signor, by  mesne  assignments,  to  International  Har- 
vester Company,  Chicago,  111.  Hopper  construction 
for  grain  drills.     No.   1,404,510 ;  Jan.  24. 

Bozard,  Harrison  B.,  Hamilton,  Ontario,  Canada,  as- 
signor, by  mesne  assignments,  to  International  Har- 
vester Company,  Cnicago,  111.  Double  -  disk  scraper. 
No.    1,410,883 ;   Mar.   28. 

Bozeman.  Roger  A.  (See  De  Armond,  Walter  E.,  as- 
signor.) 

Bozeman,  Thomas  L.,  Ferriday,  La.  Fore  end  for  guns. 
No.   1,410,054  ;  Mar.  21. 

Bozic,  DobrivojG,  Belgrade,  Jugo-Slavia.  Compressed-air 
continuous  brake  system  for  passenger  or  freight  trains. 
No.   1,420,237;  June  20. 

Bozung,  Joseph  A.,  Denver,  Colo.  Quick-locking  cap  for 
the  air  valves  of  automobile  tires.  No.  1,406,336 ; 
Feb.  14. 

Brabant,  Charles  C,  Detroit,  Mich.  Window  ventilator. 
No.    1,428,074  ;    Sept.    5. 

Brabant,  Lewis  J.,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Calendar.  No. 
1,430,212  ;   Sept.  26. 

Brabant,  William  II..  Sheboygan,  Wis.  Composition  for 
preventing  the  accumulation  of  moisture  on  glass  sur- 
faces.    No.   1.404.8-:9.   Jan.   31. 

Brnbrook,  Frank  M.,  Elmira,  N.  Y.  Fountain  washing 
device.     No.  1,424,874  ;  Aug.  8. 

Brabson,  Tom,  Brooklvn,  N.  Y.  Valve.  No.  1,423,178; 
July   18. 

Brace,  Henry  P.,  assignor  to  Lee  Trailer  &  Body  Com- 
pany, Chicago,  111.  Display  stand.  No.  1,415,782 ; 
May    9. 

Brace.  James  1'.,  assignor  of  one-fourth  to  O.  C.  Short, 
Drumright,  and  one-fourth  to  A.  N.  Boatman,  Okmul- 
gee, Okla.     Figure  toy.     No.  1,413.958  ;  Apr.  25: 

Trace.  Porter  II.,  Wilkinsburg,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Westing- 
house  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company.  Treating 
nonaqueous  electrolytes.     No.  1.415,983  ;  May  16. 

Brach,  Leon  S.,  Newark,  N.  J.  Thermometer.  No. 
1,403,228;  Jan.  10. 

Brachhausen,  Gustav  A.,  assignor  to  The  Regina  Com- 
pany, Railway,  N.  J.  Vacuum  cleaner.  No.  1,405,095; 
.ran.    31. 

Brackney,  Emory  P.,  et  al.  (See  Burkhart,  Francis,  as- 
signor.) 

Brackney,  William  S.,  Elizabethton,  Tenn.  Film  holder. 
No.  1,422,029;  July  4. 

Bracy.  Furney  I\,  Hallsboro,  N.  C.  Vehicle  spring.  No. 
1,408,85S  :  Mar.  7. 

Bradburn,  Charles  F.  (See  Mercer,  F.  B.  M.,  and  Brad- 
burn.) 

Bradbury,  Burke,  Schenectady,  N.  Y..  assignor  to  General 
Electric  Company.  Signal  -  receiving  system.  No. 
1,430,883  ;  Oct.  3. 

Bradbury,  Edward  L.      (See  Ball,  II.  D.,  and  Bradbury.) 


Braddock,  Sarah  E.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.     Egg  separator.     No. 

1,407,371  ;  Feb.  21. 
Braddy,    Lewis   P.,    San   Francisco,   Calif.      Identification 
fender  for  vehicles.     No.  1,423,905  ;  July  25. 

Braden,  Charles  H.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Airless  tire.  No. 
1,436,146;  Nov.  21. 

Braden,  Charles  H.,  assignor  to  National  Airless  Tire 
Company,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Airless  tire.  No. 
1,423,074  ;    July    18. 

Bradford,  Charles  B.,  Bakersfield,  assignor  to  Critz  Manu- 
facturing Company,  Santa  Maria,  Calif.  Lubricator. 
No.    1,419,210 ;    June    13. 

Bradford,  Charles  L.,  Salt  Lake  City,  Utah.  Well-driUing 
tool.     No.  1,439,224  ;  Dec.  19. 

Bradford,  Charles  M.,  Boston,  and  R.  C.  Simmons,  Beverly, 
Mass.,  assignors  to  United  Shoe  Machinery  Corporation, 
Paterson,  N.  J.  Shoe-shaping  machine.  No.  1,427,778  ; 
Sept.   5. 

Bradford,  Eugene  S.,  Jackson,  Mich.  Lathe  or  milling-ma- 
chine attachment.    No.  1,407,515  ;  Feb.  21. 

Bradford,  James  S.,  Bedford,  Ohio.  Water  valve  for 
controlling    flow    of    gases.      No.    1,439,602;    Dec.    19. 

Bradford,  Thomas  L.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Washing  machine. 
No.   1,409,333  ;  Mar.   14. 

Bradley,  Alonzo  B.     (See  Bradley,  Walter  E.  F.,  and  A.  B.) 

Bradley,  Arthur  H.,  et  al.  (See  Smith,  James  F.,  as- 
signor.) 

Bradley,  Arthur  L.,  Council  Bluffs,  Iowa.  Valve  tester. 
No.    1,402,139;    Jan.    3. 

Bradley,  Charles,  and  T.  E.  Kennedy,  Watonga,  Okla. 
Railway  metal-tie  appliance.     No.  1,434,586  ;  Nov.  7. 

Bradley,  Charles  E.,  Montclair,  N.  J.,  and  J.  G.  Coffin, 
Hempstead,  N.  Y.,  assignors  to  General  Rubber  Com- 
pany. Process  and  apparatus  for  treating  latex.  No. 
1,428,526 ;  Sept.  12. 

Bradley,  Charles  W.,  assignor  to  Anchor  Concrete  Ma- 
chinery Co.,  Rock  Rapids,  Iowa.  Tamping  machine. 
No.    1,431,364;    Oct.    10. 

Bradley,  Edward  E.,  assignor  to  The  Atwood  Machine 
Company,  Stonington,  Conn.  Spinning  machine.  No. 
1,425,363  ;   Aug.  8. 

Bradley,  Edward  E.,  assignor  to  The  Atwood  Machine 
Company,  Stonington,  Conn.  Reeling  machine.  No. 
1,431,563  ;  Oct.   10. 

Bradley,  Elmer  E.,  Clinton,  Iowa.  Air  nozzle  for  track 
sanders.     (Reissue.)     No.  15,451 ;  Sept.  12. 

Bradley,  Francis  B.,  et  al.  (See  Samuels,  Daniel  B.,  as- 
signor.) 

Bradley,  Francis  D.,  Goldfield,  Nev.  Grinding  mill.  No. 
1,440,002;   Dec.   26. 

Bradley,   Fred   J.      (See   Bradley,   Richard   C,   assignor.) 

Bradley,  Henry,  Caulfleld,  near  Melbourne,  Victoria, 
Australia.  Means  for  disinfecting  sanitary  pans  and 
the  like.     No.  1,421,348  ;  June  27. 

Bradley,  James  A.,  and  E.  L.  Bortsfield,  Kansas  City,  Mo. 
Marking  tag.     No.  1,438,629  ;  Dec.  12. 

Bradley,  John  G.,  Topeka,  Kans.,  and  W.  F.  Metz,  Buckner, 
111.  Track-cleaning  machine  for  mines.  No.  1,406,527  ; 
Feb.  14. 

Bradley,  John  S.,  jr.,  assignor  to  C.  Cowles  &  Co.,  New 
Haven,  Conn.  Loading  pin-tumbler  locks  and  tool 
therefor.     No.   1,437,832  ;   Dec.   5. 

Bradley  Knitting  Company.  (See  Johnson,  Arthur  W., 
assignor.) 

Bradley,  Lewis  H.,  Hartford,  Conn.  Front  gun  sight. 
No.  1,431,926  ;  Oct.  17. 

Bradley,  Linn,  East  Orange,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Research 
Corporation,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Mechanical  rectifier. 
No.   1,430,619  ;  Oct.   3. 

Bradley,  Ralph  A.     (See  McNally,  J.  F.,  and  Bradley.) 

Bradley,  Richard  C,  assignor  of  one-half  to  F.  J. 
Bradley,  Chicago,  111.  Counting  wheel  for  inter- 
mittent-gear trains.     No.  1,404,340  ;  Jan.  24. 

Bradley,  Ross  E.,  Roland  Park,  Md.  Method  and  means 
for  tube  cutting.     No.  1,428,355  ;  Sept.  5. 

Bradley,  Stanley  E.,  East  Orange,  N.  J.  Indicating  device. 
No.    1,402,395 ;    Jan.    3. 

Bradley,  Walter  E.  F.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Reduction  of 
ores.     No.  1,407,372  ;  Feb.  21. 

Bradley,  Walter  E.  F.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Furnace-flue 
closure.      No.    1,411,157  ;    Mar.   28. 

Bradley,  Walter  M.,  New  Haven,  Conn.  Aerial  spinning 
toy.     No.  1.413,316;  Apr.  18. 

Bradley,  Walter  E.  F..  New  York,  N.  Y.  Producing  iron 
and  steel.     No.   1,422,733  ;   July   11. 

Bradley,  Walter  E.  F.,  Nyack,  N.  Y.  Metallurgical  process. 
No.    1,422,734 ;    July    11. 

Bradley,  Walter  E.  F.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Magnetic  sepa- 
rator.    No.  1,425,235  ;  Aug.  8. 

Bradley,  Walter  E.  F.,  Piermont,  N.  Y.  Production  of 
carbon.     No.  1,426,144  •  Aug.   15. 

Bradley,  Walter  E.  F.,  Nvack,  N.  Y.  Electric-furnace 
construction.     No.  1,427,436  ;  Aug.  29. 

Bradley,  Walter  E.  F.,  Los  Angeles.  Calif.,  and  A.  B. 
Bradley,  New  York.  N.  Y.  Electrical-furnace  construc- 
tion.    No.  1,411,158;  Mar.  28. 

Bradshaw,  Charles  D.  (See  Harness,  C.  D.,  and  Brad- 
shaw.) 

Bradshaw,  Charles  E.,  Waterbury,  Conn.  Buckle.  No. 
1,428,211;  Sept.  5. 

Bradshaw,  Charles  E.,  Waterbury,  assignor  to  Robert  N. 
Bassett  Company,  Incorporated,  Shelton,  Conn.  Buckle. 
No.  1,406,971 ;  Feb.  21. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 

Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Bradshaw,  Frederic  W.,  Perth,  West  Australia,  Australia. 
Construction  of  reenforced  concrete  columns  or  posts. 
No.  1,417,445  ;  May  23. 

Bradsnaw,  Granville,  Sunbury-on-Thames,  England.  Cool- 
ing Internal  -  combustion  engine.  No.  1,420,684 ; 
•lune  27. 

Bradsnaw,  Richard.  (See  Whittaker,  J.,  Bradshaw,  and 
Briggs. ) 

Bradshaw,  William  M.,  Wilkinsburg,  Pa.,  assignor  to 
Westinghouse  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company.  Elec- 
tric measuring  instrument.     No.  1,408,071 ;  Feb.  28. 

Bradt,  Merritt  B.,  Pennington,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Peerless 
Insulated  Wire  &  Cable  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
Wire-covering  machine.     No.   1.411,233  ;  Mar.   28. 

Brady,  Charles  P.     (See  Hamilton,  M.  S.,  and  Brady.) 

Brady  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company,  The.  (See 
Rockwell,   Herbert  O.,  assignor.) 

Brady,  George  A.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Shoe  tree.  No. 
1,402,712  ;   Jan.   3. 

Brady,  Huber  R.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Collapsible  table.  No. 
1,432,059  ;    Oct.    24. 

Brady,  Hugh  T.,  and  D.  A.  Benway,  Bay  City,  Mich. 
Front  axle  for  motor  vehicles.     No.  1,438,214  ;  Dec.  12. 

Brady,  James  A.,  Hohoken,  N.  J.  Fastening  hinge.  No. 
1,404,087;  Jan.  17. 

Brady,  James  E.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Stud.  No.  1,425,507  ; 
Aug.  15. 

Brady,  James  M.,  Dubois,  Pa.  License  holder.  No. 
1,436,854  ;    Nov.    28. 

Brady,  Joshua  W.,  St.  Paul,  Minn.  Loose-leaf  holder. 
No.   1,439,139;    Dec.   19. 

Brady,  Joshua  W.,  St.  Paul,  Minn.  Loose-leaf  holder. 
No.  1,439,140  ;  Dec.  19. 

Brady,  Mary  A.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Sink  lining.  No. 
1,406,147  ;  Feb.  7. 

Brady,  Michael  E.,  Traverse  City,  Mich.  Sawmill  car- 
riage.    No.   1,420,961  ;  June  27. 

Brady,  Thomas.     (See  Wylde,  E.,  and  Brady.) 

Brady,  Thomas,  Woodcliff,  N.  J.  Door-operating  device. 
No.  1,403,481  ;  Jan.  17. 

Brady,  Thomas,  Bayonne,  N.  J.  Conveyer  apparatus.  No. 
1,435,048  ;  Nov.   7. 

Bragdon,  Frank  H.  (See  Heron,  J.  C,  Bragdon,  and 
Clark.) 

Bragdon,  Herbert  J..  Alton,  111.  Aminunition-shell-feoding 
machine.     No.  1,408,497  ;  Mar.  7. 

Bragg,  Christopher  C.  (See  Eskew,  F.  S.  and  C.  E.,  and 
Bragg.) 

Bragg,  Thomas  A.,  assignor  to  The  Owens  Bottle  Com- 
pany, Toledo.  Ohio.  Mold-finishing  machine.  No. 
1,439,354;   Dec.   19. 

Bragg,  Thomas  A.,  assignor  to  The  Owens  Bottle  Com- 
pany, Toledo,  Ohio.  Glass  mold.  No.  1,439,355  ; 
Dec.    19. 

Bragger,  John  W.     (See  Marshall,  C.  P..  and  Bragger.) 

Braham,  Joseph  M.      (See  Clarkson,   F.,  and  Braham.) 

Braham,  Joseph  M.  (See  Hetherington,  II.  C,  and 
Braham.) 

Brahler,  Charles  J.      (See  Gill,  Herbert  D.,   assignor.) 

Braine,  Bancroft  G.,  Montclair,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  The  Rail 
Joint  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Means  for  balancing 
stresses  in  rail  .ioints.    No.  1,406,528  ;  Feb.  14. 

Brainerd,  Arthur  H.,  Lakewood,  Ohio.  Oil  burner.  No. 
1,409,918  :    Mar.   21. 

Brainerd,  Edward  R.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Wall  construc- 
tion.    No.  1,428,470  ;  Sept.  5. 

Brakeman,  Jesse  C.,  Toronto,  Ontario,  Canada,  rressure- 
controlling  device  for  pneumatic  tires.  No.  1,403,006  ; 
Jan.    10. 

Braley,  Charles  L.,  Chicago,  111.  Laundry  drier.  No. 
1,431,213;    Oct.    10. 

Braley,  Charles  L.,  Chicago,  111.  Laundry  drier.  No. 
1,434,194  ;  Oct.   31. 

Braley,  Charles  L.,  assignor  to  The  American  Laundry 
Machinery  Company,  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Shirt-pressing 
machine.     No.  1,403.838;  Jan.  17. 

Braley,  Charles  L.,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  American 
Laundry  Machinery  Company,  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Iron- 
ing  machine.      No.    1,415,302 ;   May   9. 

Braley,  Charles  L.,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  The  Ameri- 
can Laundry  Machinery  Company,  Cincinnati,  Ohio. 
Yoke-ironing    machine.      No.    1,415.303;    May   9. 

Braley,  Charles  L..  assignor  to  The  American  Laundry 
Machinery  Company,  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Pressing  shirts. 
No.  1,429,401 ;   Sept.   19. 

Braley,  Charles  L.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  C.  F.  Noftzger, 
Chicago,  111.     Laundry  drier.     No.  1,434,193  ;  Oct.  31. 

Braley,   Wayne  M.      (See  Mitton,   R.   E.,   and   Braley.) 

Bramford  Electric  Company.  (See  Lewis,  T.  A.,  and 
Dunham,   assignors.) 

Bramley-Moore,  Swinfen.  (See  Bostock,  F.  J.,  and  Bram- 
ley-Moore.) 

Brammer,  Ernest,  Victoria,  British  Columbia,  Canada. 
Fireplace.     No.   1,419,810  ;  June   13. 

Bramming,  Carl,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  Accessories  Man- 
ufacturing Company.    Spotlight.    No.  1,403,668  ;  Jan.  17. 

Bran  Products  Company.  (See  Mininberg,  Nathan,  as- 
signor.) 

Branch,  Oscar.      (See  Smith.  Edwin  L.,  assignor.) 

Brand  Brothers.     (See  Borgenicht,  Esther,  assignor.) 

Brand,  Cleo  II.,  ct  al.  (See  Montgomery,  James  P.,  as- 
signor.) 


Brand,  George  P.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Pedal-operated  ex- 
haust mechanism  for  automatic  musical  instruments. 
No.  1,420,238  ;  June  20. 

Brand,  George  P.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Tracking  device  for 
player  pianos.     No.   1,422,824  ;  July  18. 

Brand,  James  J.  C,  Sydney,  New  South  Wales.  Australia. 
Apparatus  for  firing  furnaces  with  powdered  fuel.  No. 
1,432,317;   Oct.   17. 

Brand,  Robert  H.     (See  Smith,  J.  H.,  Brand,  and  Leith.) 

Branden,  Harry,  Travels,  Alberta,  Canada.  Grinding  ap- 
paratus.    No.   1,434,037  ;   Oct.   31. 

Brandenberger,  Heinrich,  Vienna,  Austria.  Planing  heli- 
cal teeth  more  particularly  for  bevel  gears.  No. 
1,430,938  ;    Nov.    28. 

Brandenberger,  Jaques  E.,  assignor  to  La  Societe  La  Cello- 
phane, Paris,  France.  Sensitive  cellulosic  film  and 
producing   the    same.      No.    1,404,737 ;    Jan.    31. 

Brandenberger,  Jaques  E.,  Bezons,  assignor  to  la  Stfi  Ame: 
"  La  Cellophane,"  Paris,  France.  Band  of  cellulosic  ma- 
terial.   No.  1,406,148  ;  Feb.  7. 

Brandenburg,  Francis  C,  Piqua,  Ohio.  Staggered  tooth 
cutter  for  dressing  abrasive  elements.  No.  1,423,075  ; 
July  18. 

Brandenburg,  Napoleon  B.,  Columbus,  Ind.  Rat  trap.  No. 
1,404,088  ;  Jan.  17. 

Brandenstein,  M.  J.,  &  Co.  (See  Burns,  Wilford  E., 
assignor.) 

Brander,  Gesner  T.,  Calgary,  Alberta,  Canada.  Fireplace. 
No.  1,434.083  ;  Oct.  31. 

Brandon,  Arthur  H.,  assignor  to  Arthur  H.  Brandon  & 
Company,  Toledo,  Ohio.  Pipe-handling  apparatus.  Now 
1,417,490  ;  May  30. 

Brandon,  Arthur  H.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
The  Deep  Well  Engineering  Company,  Toledo,  Ohio. 
Magnetic  fishing  tool  for  wells.     No.  1,439,686  ;  Dec.  26. 

Brandon,  Arthur  H.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
The  Deep  Well  Engineering  Company,  Toledo,  Ohio. 
Fishing  tool.     No.  1,439,687  ;   Dec.   26. 

Brandon,  Arthur  H.,  &  Company.  (See  Brandon,  Arthur 
II.,  assignor.) 

Brandon,  Theodore  C,  Fallon,  Nev.  Power  transmission. 
No.  1,418,517  ;  June  7. 

Brandstetler,  Josef,  Chicago,  111.  Bottle  corking  and  cap- 
ping machine.     No.   1,402,713  ;  Jan.  3. 

Brandfstettej.,  Josef,  Chicago,  111.  Automatic  stop  for 
talking  machines.     No.  1.432,232  ;   Oct.  17. 

Brandstettor,  Josef,  Rochester,  Minn.  Automatic  stop  for 
talking  machines.      No.   1,427,717  ;   Aug.   29. 

Brandt,  Andrew  G.,  Scranton,  Pa.  Fastener  for  umbrella 
stretchers  and   ribs.     No.   1,417.491  ;  May   30. 

Brandt,  Andrew  G.,  Scranton,  Pa.  Umbrella  runner.  No. 
1,434,942  ;  Nov.   7. 

Brandt,  Charles  D..  New  York,  N.  Y.  Pump  stirrup.  No. 
1,408,S59  ;  Mar.  7. 

Brandt,  Fokko,  assignor  to  The  Brandt  &  Ki'ell  Engineer- 
ing Company,  Kansas  Citv,  Kans.  Steel  scaffolding 
ladder.     No.  1.437,088  ;   Nov.  28. 

Brandt.  Fokko.  assignor  to  The  Brandt  &  Krell  Engineer- 
ing Company,  Kansas  City,  Kans.  Pipe-stringer  clamp. 
No.    1,437,089  ;    Nov.   28. 

Brandt,  Guy  M.,  and  L.  V.  Davis,  South  Bend,  Ind. 
Cylinder  grinding  and  reaming  machine.  No.  1,430,933  ; 
Oct.  3. 

Brandt,  Harrison  D.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Necktie  press  and 
holder.     No.   1,435,694  ;  Nov.  14. 

Brandt,  Joseph  M.,  Bellevue,  Iowa.  Tool.  No.  1,417.492  ; 
May  30. 

Brandt,  Lewis,  Pittsburgh,  Pa'  House  construction.  No. 
1,421,124  ;   June  27. 

Brandt,  Walter  C,  and  J.  A.  Lewis,  St.  Paul,  Minn.  Key 
fastener.     No.   1,410,527;   Mar.  21. 

Brandt  &  Krell  Engineering  Company,  The.  (See  Brandt, 
Fokko,  assignor.) 

Brandts,  Theodor,  Celina,  Ohio.  typewriter  cabinet. 
No.  1.432,663;  Oct.  17. 

Brandvein,  Jacob  M.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Educational  toy. 
No.    1,414,857;    May    2. 

Brandwood,  John,  T.,  and  J.,  Elton,  Bury,  England.  Dye- 
ing and  other  treatment  of  textile  fibers  in  the  loose 
state.     No.  1,432,318;  Oct.  17. 

Brandwood,  John,  T.,  and  J.,  Elton,  Bury,  England.  Ap- 
paratus for  the  dyeing  and  other  treatment  of  textile 
fibers  in  the  loose  state.     No.  1.432,319  ;  Oct.  17. 

Brandwood,  Joseph.     (See  Brandwood,  John,  T.,  and  J.) 

Brandwood,  Thomas.     (See  Brandwood,  John,  T.,  and  J.) 

Branham,  Hugh  M.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Depth  gear  for  tor- 
pedoes.    No.  1,423,179  ;   July   18. 

Brann,  Albert,  East  Orange,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Westing- 
house  Lamp  Company.  Wire-drawing  lubricant.  No. 
1,409,658  ;  Mar.  14. 

Brann,  Harry  H.,  and  G.  H.  Tenbrook,  assignors  to  Havi- 
side  Company,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Ladder.  No. 
1,430,281  ;  Sept.  26. 

Brannan,  John  W.,  Grand  Island,  Nebr.  Road  drag  or 
grading  machine.     No.  1,428,319  ;  Sept.  5. 

Bransfield,  Michael  T.,  Chicago,  111.  Tire  protector.  No. 
1.435,448  ;   Nov.   14. 

Branson,  Charles  B.,  Lincoln,  Nebr.  Trolley  stabilizer. 
No.  1,408,860;  Mar.  7. 

Branson,  Thomas,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Sibson  & 
Stern,  Inc.  Reenforcing  fabric  for  vehicle  tires.  No. 
1,407,012  ;  Feb.  21. 

Branstead,  Charles  J.,  Berkeley,  Calif.  Envelope.  No. 
1,412,335;  Apr.  U. 


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Branston,  Charles  A.,  Company.  (See  Bailey,  Walter 
II.,    assignor,  i 

Branston,  William  H.,  Brooklyn,  assignor  of  one-half  to 
B.  Boyle,  Corona,  N.  Y.  Chimney.  No.  1,437,222 ; 
Nov.    28. 

Branstrator,  Clement  G.,  et  al.  (See  Bayne,  George  G., 
assignor.) 

Branstrator,  Clement  G.,  assignor  of  one-fourth  to  J.  C. 
Hoehnen,  one-fourth  to  G.  G.  Bayne,  and  one-fourth 
to  Bayne  Manufacturing  Company,  Bushnell,  111.  Power 
transmission.     No.  1,426,035  ;  Aug.   15. 

Branstrator,  Clement  G.,  assignor  of  one-fourth  to  J.  C. 
Hoehnen,  one-fourth  to  G.  G.  Bayne,  and  one-fourth  to 
Bayne  Manufacturing  Company,  Bushnell,  111.  Radiator 
for  internal-combustion  engines.    No.  1.434.195  ;  Oct.  31. 

Brantley,  Bessie.  Topeka,  Kans.  Charcoal  furnace.  No. 
1,427,055  :   Aug.    22. 

Brantley,  Lewis  R.,  Marietta,  Ga.  Planter.  No. 
1,428,527;   Sept.  12. 

Brasher,  William  H.,  Toronto,  Ontario,  Canada.  Garment 
support.     No.  1,414,336  ;  May  2. 

Brass,  William  J.,  Fenton,  Iowa.  Self-extinguishing  lamp. 
No.  1,435,049  ;  Nov.  7. 

Brnssell,  John  II..  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Wire  looping  and 
coiling  tool.     No.  1,413,453  ;  Apr.  18. 

Brasseur,  Ernest  J.,  Chicago,  111.  Memorandum  device. 
No.    1,431.283;    Oct.    10. 

Bratcher,  Ike,  and  O.  Burghardt,  Protection,  Kans.  ;  said 
Burghardt  assignor  to  said  Bratcher.  Calf  feeder. 
No.   1,420,252  :  Aug.  IP 

Brater,  August  W.,  New  York.  N.  Y.  Siphon  control  de- 
vice.    No.  1,416.003  ;  May  16. 

Bratland.  Edward  R.,  Chicago,  111.  Wrist  blotter.  No. 
1.424.9S1  ;  Aug.  8. 

Bratschie,  Amiel,  New  Castle,  Pa.  Pruning  shears.  No. 
1,425,744  ;  Aug.  15. 

Bratteig,  Gustav.     (See  Bratteig,  Knut  and  G.) 

Bratteig,  Knut  and  G.,  Marshalltown,  Iowa.  Hayrack. 
No.  1,418,774  ;   June  6. 

Bratton,  Delbert  P.,  Johnsonville,  111.  Back  connecting- 
rod  wrench  for  Ford  machines.     No.  1,440,272  ;  Dec.  26. 

Braucci,  Andrew  A.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Safety  guard  for 
automobiles.     No.   1,411,254 ;   Apr.   4. 

Braucher,  Edward  F.,  Denver,  Colo.  Advertising  disk  for 
automobile  wheels.     No.  1,432,274  ;  Oct.  17. 

Brauer,  Adolph  K..  deceased ;  S.  D.  Brauer,  executrix, 
assignor  to  S.  D.  Brnuer.  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Sprinkling 
nozzle.     No.  1.430,620  ;  Oct.  3. 

Brnuer,  Serena  D..  executrix.      (See  Brauer.  Adolph  K.) 

Braun.  Albert.      (See  Braun.  William  P.  and  A.) 

Brnun.  Albert  W..  Platteville,  Wis.  Cheese  mold.  No. 
1.430.934;  Oct.  3- 

Braun,  Bruce  E.     (See  Muellerweiss.  H.  G.,  and  Braun.) 

Braun.  Carl  F..  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Twin  strainer.  No. 
1,428,270;  Sept.  5. 

Braun.  Charles,  Brooklyn.  N.  Y.  Flour  sifter.  No. 
1,437,958;  Dec.   5. 

Braun  Company,  The.  (See  Braun,  William  F.  H.,  as- 
signor.) 

Braun,  Harry  L..  Toronto,  Ontario.  Canada.  Waxer  and 
polisher.     No.  1,427.574  ;  Aug.  29. 

Braun.  William  A..  Dover,  Ohio.  Electric  soldering  iron. 
No.   1,407.722  ;  Feb.  28. 

Brnun,  William  F.  II..  assignor  to  The  Braun  Company, 
Philadelphia.  Pa.  Meat  tabic  for  slicing  machines.  No. 
1.402,140;    Jan.    3. 

Braun,  William  F.  H.,  assignor  to  The  Braun  Company, 
Philadelphia,  Pa.     Meat  slicer.     No.  1.418,063;  May  3*0. 

Brniin.  William  F.  II. .  assignor  to  The  Braun  Company, 
Philadelphia,  Pa.  Sharpener  for  meat-slicing  machines. 
No.  1,424,875  :  Aug.  8. 

Brnun.  William  P.  and  A..  Brovslyn,  N.  Y.  Making 
biushes.     No.   1.432.588;    Oct.   17.  ' 

Brauner,  Ada  A..  Nampa.  assignor  of  one-half  to  E. 
Carnefix.  Meridian.  Idaho.  Drier  and  dishwasher.  No 
1.405.394  ;   Feb.   7. 

Braunger,  Charles  A.,  Elizabeth,  N.  J.,  assignor  of  one- 
half  to  J.  H.  Pruitt,  Cissna  Park.  111.  Manually- 
actuated  action  for  firearms.     No.  1,440,332  ;  Dec.  26. 

Braunger,  Charles  A.,  Elizabeth,  N.  J.,  assignor  of  one- 
half  to  J.  H.  Pruitt,  Cissna  Park,  111.  Missile  thrower. 
No.   1,440.333;   Dec.  26. 

Braunger,  Charles  A.,  Elizabeth,  N.  J.,  assignor  of  one- 
half  to  J.  II.  Pruitt,  Cissna  Park.  111.  Ignition  and 
propulsion  tube.     No.  1,440,334  ;  Dec.  26. 

Briiuning.  Karl  A..  Herstal,  Belgium.  Automatic  firearm. 
No.  1,411,473  :  Apr.  4. 

Brautigam,  Anthony  F..  assignor  of  one-half  to  A.  M. 
Rudigor,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.  Carrier  for  bottles,  etc.  No. 
1.424,076  ;   July   25. 

Brautigam.  Josef,  assignor  of  one-half  to  J.  Edwards, 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Automobile  accelerator.  No.  1.430,003  ; 
Sept.  26. 

Braxton.  Elbert  M..  Fort  Worth,  assignor  of  one-half  to 
M.  R.  Spellman,  Dallas,  Tex.  Gas  producer  and  process. 
No.  1.424,077  ;  July  25. 

Bray,  Charles  T..  Salt  Lake  City,  Utah.  Slag-brick  ma- 
chine.    No.  1,420,018;  June  20. 

Bray,  M.  William.     (See  Jagenburg,  Robert  W.,  assignor.) 

Bray,  Oscar  E.,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  assignor  of  one-half  to 
G.  C.  Broadbooks.  Attica.  N.  Y.  Planking  for  bridges, 
etc.      No.    1,415,304;   May    9. 


Braymen,  George  K.,  East  Wenona,  111.  Combination 
gripper,  perforating,  and  scoring  attachment  for 
printing   presses.      No.    1,431,148 ;    Oct.   10. 

Braymer,  William  E.,  Kiefer,  Okla.  Swing.  No.  1,406,529  ; 
Feb.  14. 

Brayshaw,  Bertie,  Fort  Atkinson,  assignor,  by  mesne  as- 
signments, to  The  Geneial  Tool  &  Manufacturing  Com- 
pany, Milwaukee,  Wis.  Sample  taker.  No.  1,429,710  : 
Sept.    19. 

Brayton,  Henry  L.,  Owosso,  Mich.  Door-opening  mecha- 
nism  for  elevators.      No.    1,405,265 ;   Jan.   31. 

Brazeau,  Pierre,  Racine,  Wis.  Locking  rail  for  automo- 
biles.    No.  1.432,589  ;  Oct.  17. 

Bre  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Leslie,  Freeland  D., 
assignor. ) 

Brechting,  Alfred.      (See  Warren,   J.   R.,  and  Brechting.) 

Breck,  Ellis  R.,  et  al.     (See  Bodie,  Albert  B.,  assignor.) 

Breckenridge,  David,  Victoria,  British  Columbia,  Canada. 
Thread-cutting  tool  and  holder  therefor.  No.  1,428,075  ; 
Sept.  5. 

Bredeson,  Gustave,  assignor  to  Edwards  and  Powell  Com- 
pany, Chicago,  111.     Level.     No.   1,426,454  ;   Aug.  22. 

Bredice,  Solideo,  Waterbury,  Conn.  Antiskid  attachment. 
No.  1,434,527  ;  Nov.  7. 

Brediceanu,  Caius.     (See  Vuia,  Trajan,  assignor.) 

Breed,  Charles  W.,  Western  Springs,  111.  Railway  cross- 
ing or  frog  and  making  the  same.  No.  1,412,161 ; 
Apr.  11. 

Breeding,  Andrew  J.      (See  Burke,  P.  W.,  and  Breeding.) 

Breen,  Albert  R.,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  Universal  Wind- 
ing Company,  Boston,  Mass.  Yarn-reclaiming  device. 
No.   1,427,056;  Aug.   22. 

Breen,  John  F.,  Hingham  Center,  Mass.  Sliding  hinged 
last.     No.   1,407,723  ;   Feb.  28. 

Breen,  Joseph,  Ambridge,  Pa.  Pusher  for  tin  pots.  No. 
1,439,860;  Dec.  26. 

Breese,  Sydney  S.     (See  Bell,  A.  G.,  Baldwin,  and  Breese.) 

Breeze,  Alfred  B.,  assignor  to  The  Cincinnati  Ball  Crank 
Company,  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Oiling  device  for  reach  rods. 
No.    1.415,000;    May    2. 

Bregeat  Corporation  of  America.  (See  Runge,  W.,  and 
Curtis,    assignors.) 

Bregman,  Harry,  assignor  to  The  Steel  Stamping  Com- 
pany, Lorain,  Ohio.     Toy  pistol.     No.  1,436,855  ;  Nov.  28. 

Bregman,  Morris,  Leeds,  England.  Apparel  apparatus. 
No.  1,440,335;  Dec.  26. 

Breguet,  Louis,  Velizy-Villacoublay,  assignor  to  Society 
Anonyme  des  Ateliers  D'Aviation  Louis  Breguet,  Paris, 
France.     Aircraft.     No.  1,429,484  ;  Sept.  19. 

Brehm.  Charles  M.,  Dayton,  Ohio.  Forming  machine.  No. 
1,420,468  ;  June  20. 

Brehm,  Charles  M.,  Dayton,  Ohio.  Trimming  machine. 
No.  1,420,469  ;  June  20. 

Brehmer,  Carl  F.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Trick  fan.  No. 
1,407,836;  Feb.   28. 

Brehmer,  Herman  C,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  assignor  to  H.  W. 
Butterworth  and  Son's  Company.  Valve  device.  No. 
1.423,988  :   July   25. 

Brehmer,  Herman  C,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  assignor  to  H.  W. 
Butterworth  &  Son's  Co.  Atomizer.  No.  1,423,989; 
July  25. 

Brehmer.  William  G.  H.,  assignor  to  The  Cleveland 
Graphite  Bronze  Company,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Bearing 
and    making    same.      No.    1.422,655;    July   11. 

Breidert,  George  C,  assignor  to  Auto  Utilities  Manu- 
facturing Company,  Chicago,  111.  Ventilator.  No. 
1,435.913;  Nov.  21. 

Breiel,  Charles,  assignor  of  one-half  to  T.  R.  Ferguson, 
Xenia,   Ohio.     Funnel.     No.   1.405,266;   Jan.  31. 

Breining,  Herman  A.     (See  Bohn,  G..  and  Breining.) 

Breit,  Martin  M.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  Light  Publishing 
Company,  San  Antonio,  Tex.  Machine  for  making  orna- 
mental  rules  and  borders.      No.   1,422,532;   July   11. 

Breitenstein,  Albert  F..  assignor  to  The  Geometric  Tool 
Co.,  New  Haven,  Conn.  Adjustable  tap.  No.  1,435,695  ; 
Nov.   14. 

Breitman,  Joseph  J.,  and  E.  M.  Jordan,  Newark,  N.  J. 
Phonograph-record  cabinet.     No.  1,403,482  ;  Jan.  17. 

Breitner,  Melchior.  Halle-on-the-Saale,  Germany.  Distrib- 
uting board  for  electric  house  installations.  No. 
1.427,779  ;   Sept.  5. 

Brelsford,  William  E.,  Mendota,  111.  Antiskid  device. 
No.  1,412,040  ;  Apr.  11. 

Bremberg,  Axel,  Glasgow,  Scotland.  Mechanism  for 
transmitting  hand  and  motor  power.  No.  1,409,821 ; 
Mar.   14. 

Bremer,  Alvin  L.     (See  Bremer,  Martin  L.  and  A.  L.) 

Bremer,  Henry  R.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Metal-flanging  ma- 
chine.    No.   1,426,253 ;   Aug.   15. 

Bremer,  Martin  L.  and  A.  L.,  Elberon,  Iowa.  Bin-filling 
shut-off.     No.   1,423,990  ;   July   25. 

Bremer,  Russell  IL,  Reading,  Pa.,  assignor  of  one-third  to 
G.  H.  Rice,  Arlington,  Vt.  Refrigerator.  No.  1,408,260  ; 
Feb.  28. 

BremuTer,  George  D.,  Brooklyn.  N.  Y..  and  E.  E.  Trout- 
man,  Ashland,  Pa.  Mail-bag-dellverv  apparatus.  No. 
1,418,064  ;  May  30. 

Brendza,  Steven,  Cleveland.  Ohio.  Corner  brace  for  win- 
dow screens.      No.   1,419.608:   June   13. 

Brenizer,  George  W.,  and  C.  C.  Hutson,  Richmond,  Ind. 
Printing  process  ink.     No.  1.436.856;  Nov.   28. 

Brenizer,  Orson  W.  (See  Wandless.  Franklin  W.,  as- 
signor. ) 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Brenkert,  Joseph  W.,  San  Diego,  Calif.  Vebicle  signal 
apparatus.      No.    1,413,959 ;    Apr.    25. 

Brenkert,  Joseph  W.,  and  K.  S.  Brenkert,  Detroit,  Mich. 
Picture-projecting    machine.      No.    1,427,575 ;    Aug.    29. 

Brenkert,  Karl  S.      (See  Brenkert,  Joseph  W.  and  K.   S.) 

Brennan,  Edward  J.,  Chicago,  111.  Conveyer  belt.  No. 
1,428,878;  Sept.  12. 

Brennan,  James,  New  Orleans,  La.  Banana  unloader.  No. 
1,422,65(5;    July    11. 

Brennan,  John  A.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Resilient  vehicle 
wheel.    No.  1,405,395  ;  Feb.  7. 

Brennan,  John  S.,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Fabric  for  oil  wicks. 
No.    1,403.229  ;    Jan.    10. 

Brennan,  John  S.,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Burner-lifting  means. 
No.    1,422,079;    July    11. 

Brennan,  John  S.,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Burner.  No. 
1,424,149  ;   Aug.    1. 

Brennan,  John  S.,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Burner  drum.  No. 
1,428,212  ;    Sept.   5. 

Brennan,  Joseph  B.,  Lexington,  Mass.  Machine  for  and 
making  cord  tire  stock.     No.  1,418,906;  June  6. 

Brennan,  Maurice  W.,  et  al.  (See  Taylor,  Frank  M., 
assignor.) 

Brennan,  Thomas  C,  et  al.  (See  Taylor,  Frank  M., 
assignor.) 

Brennan,  William  J.,  Swampscott,  Mass.,  assignor  to 
United  Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J. 
Machine  for  beveling  edges  of  buttonholes.  No. 
1,427,780  ;•  Sept.  5 

Brennan,  William  J.,  Swampscott,  Mass.,  assignor  to 
United  Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J. 
Press.     No.   1,429,221  ;   Sept.   19. 

Brenne,  Arild  M.,  assignor  to  W.  H.  Miner,  Cbazy,  N.  Y. 
Center    bearing    for    cars.      No.    1,431,284 ;    Oct.    10. 

Brenne,  Carl  F.,  Yakima,  assignor  to  Universal  Index 
Tab  Company,  Seattle,  Wash.  Index  tab.  No. 
1,424,338;    Aug,    1. 

Brenneis  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Ward,  C.  E., 
and   Harris,  assignors.) 

Brenneis  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Ward,  Clayton 
E.,  assignor.) 

Brenneisen,  Max,  Berne,  Switzerland.  Dust-sucking  appa- 
ratus for  automobiles.     No.  1,406,530  ;  Feb.  14. 

Brenner,  Louis,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Lady's  apparel.  No. 
1,421,062;  June  27. 

Brenner,  William  C,  Evansville,  Ind.  Grain-polishing  de- 
vice.    No.  1,408,978  ;  Mar.  7. 

Brenzinger,  Julius,  Fairfield,  Conn.,  assignor  to  The  Max 
Ams  Machine  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Side-seam- 
soldering  machine  for  can  bodies.  No.  1,419,211  ; 
June   13. 

Brenzinger,  Julius,  Fairfield,  Conn.,  assignor  to  The  Max 
Ams  Machine  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Can-body- 
forming  machine.     No.  1,427,896  ;  Sept.  5. 

Brereton,  Page  M.,  Denver,  Colo.  Dust  collector  for  in- 
ternal-combustion engines.     No.  1,411,606  ;  Apr.  4. 

Bresin,  Louis,  assignor  to  Adams-Williams  Manufactur- 
ing Corporation,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Convertible  automo- 
bile body  construction.     No.  1,413,704  ;  Apr.  25. 

Bressler,  Robert  E.,  Hammond,  assignor  to  O.  F.  Jordan 
Company,  East  Chicago,  Ind.  Railway  spreader.  No. 
1,437,393;  Dec.  5. 

Bretagne,  Alcide,  Boston,  Mass.  Radiator.  No.  1,406,256  ; 
Feb.  14. 

Breton,  Henri  and  R.,  Paris,  France.  Underground  auto- 
motive engine.     No.  1,408,720  ;  Mar.  7. 

Breton,  Rene.     (See  Breton,  Henri  and  R.) 

Bretos  y  Claveria,  Manuel,  Santiago  de  Cuba,  Cuba.  Fold- 
ing door  and  shutter.    No.  1,405,758  ;  Feb.  7. 

Bretos  y  Claveria,  Manuel,  Sanitago  de  Cuba,  Cuba. 
Folding    door    and    shutter.      No.    1,408,076 ;    Feb.    28. 

Bretos  y  Claveria,  Manuel,  Santiago,  Cuba.  Shutter  ap- 
plicable to  all  kinds  of  folding  doors.  No.  1,413,895  ; 
Apr.    25. 

Bretschneider,  Max  R.,  Plauen,  Germany.  Fabric  frame 
for  several-needle  embroidering  machines.  No.  1,430,152  ; 
Sept.   26. 

Brett,  John  H.,  Hartford,  Conn.  Sounding  toy.  No. 
1,440,053  ;   Dec.  26. 

Brettell,  Hattie  S.,  Denver,  Colo.  Vehicle  direction  sig- 
nal.     No.    1,403,381  ;    Jan.    10. 

Brettschneider,  Josephine,  St.  Paul,  Minn.  Flower  recep- 
tacle.    No.  1,423,906;  July  25. 

Breuer,  Jacob,  Marion,  Va.  Power  belt.  No.  1,420,962  ; 
June  27. 

Breuer,  Peter,  assignor  of  one-half  to  A.  A.  Jenss,  Mil- 
waukee, Wis.  Paper-drying  machine.  No.  1,427,437 ; 
Aug.  29. 

Breuer,  Vladimir,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Radiator  for  motor 
vehicles.     No.  1,403,586  ;  Jan.  17. 

Breuer,  Walter  A.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Toy.  No.  1,434,364  ; 
Nov.  7. 

Breuker  &  Kessler  Company.  (See  Delaplaine,  Aubrey  C, 
assignor.) 

Breuker  &  Kessler  Company.  (See  Kessler,  Harry  C, 
assignor.) 

Brevard,  Procter,  Highland  Parkr  Mich.  Lubricating  sys- 
tem for  explosive  engines.    No.  1,405,396  ;  Feb.  7. 

Brewer,  Basil,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Printing  press.  No 
1,409,659  ;  Mar.  14. 

Brewer,    Charles    A.      (See    Knight,    H.,    and   Brewer.) 

Brewer,  George  B.,  San  Pedro,  Calif.  Signal  machine. 
No.  1,430,489  ;   Sept.   26. 


Brewer,  Gipp  M.,  Sylvia,  Kans.  Automatic  timer  for  auto- 
mobiles.     No.   1,434,196 ;   Oct.   31. 

Brewer,  Glenn  A.,  Kansas  Citv,  Mo.  Automatic  speed- 
signaling  device.     No.  1,437,714  ;  Dec.  5. 

Brewer,  Johnson,  Rice,  Tex.  Flour  sifter.  No.  1,429,565  ; 
Sept.  19. 

Brezin,  Joseph,  et  al.  (See  Berzon,  L.,  and  Brezin,  as- 
signors.) 

Brewer,  Joseph,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Micrometer.  No. 
1,432,664;  Oct.   17. 

Brewer,  Joseph  H.      (See  Brewer,  Mary  G.  and  J.  H.) 

Brewer,  Mary  G.  and  J.  H.,  Poydras,  La.  Sanitary  toilet- 
seat  cover  and  pad  of  toilet  paper.  No.  1,'419,212  ; 
June    13. 

Brewer,  Moultre  A.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Figure  toy.  No. 
1,403,382 ;    Jan.    10. 

Brewer,  Robert  W.  A.,  Stockton,  Calif.  Intake  manifold 
for  internal-combustion  engines.    No.  1,439,940  ;  Dec.  26. 

Brewer  &  Company.      (See  Davis,   Lewis,  assignor.) 

Brewerton,  Arthur  E.,  Wandsworth  Common,  London, 
England,  assignor  to  The  Sperry  Gyroscope  Company. 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Apparatus  for  indicating  and  record- 
ing the  direction  and  distance  of  travel  of  vehicles. 
No.   1,415,624  ;  May  9. 

Brewington,  Henry  S.,  Baltimore,  Md.  Hair  curler.  No. 
1,407,981 ;  Feb.  28. 

Brewington,  Henry  S.,  Baltimore,  Md.  Paper  container. 
No.  1,425,168;  Aug.  8. 

Brewington,  Henry  S.,  Baltimore,  Md.  Paper  container. 
No.  1,425,169  ;  Aug.  8. 

Brewstei-,  Burt  B.,  Salt  Lake,  Utah,  assignor  to  Sullivan 
Machinery  Company.  Standard  for  rock  drills.  No. 
1,439,679;   Dec.   19. 

Brewster,  Charles  W.,  assignor  to  Brewster  Train  Control 
Co.  Inc.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Track  circuit  for  train- 
control  systems.     No.   1,425.315  ;  Aug.  8. 

Brewster,  Ernest  B.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Method  and  means 
for  coloring  paper.     No.  1,407,247  ;  Feb.  21. 

Brewster,  Guy  S.,  Seattle,  Wash.  Lock  for  milk-can  lops. 
No.  1,420,811  ;  June  27. 

Brewster  Patents  Corporation.  (See  Brewster.  Eercy  D., 
assignor.) 

Brewster,  Percy  D.,  East  Orange,  N.  J.,  assignor,  by 
mesne  assignments,  to  Brewster  Patents  Corporation, 
New  York,  N.  Y.  Differential  development  of  color 
cinematographic  films.     No.  1,410.884  ;  Mar.  28. 

Brewster,  Rouse  K.,  Kingston,  N.  Y..  assignor,  by  mesne 
assignments,  to  Hercules  Explosives  Corporation,  Wil- 
mington, Del.     Pocket  magneto.     No.  1,437,223  :  Nov.  28. 

Brewster  Train  Control  Co.  (See  Brewster,  Charles  W., 
assignor.) 

Brewster,  William  P.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  B.  A. 
Wilkes,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Timing  and  ignition  system. 
No.  1.439,537  ;  Dec.  19. 

Breyer,  Frank  G.     (See  Singmaster,  J.  A.,  and  Breyer.) 

Breyer,  Frank  G.  (See  Singmaster,  J.  A..  Breyer,  and 
Farber.) 

Breyer,  Frank  G.,  P.  R.  Croll,  Palmerton,  and  C.  W.  Farber, 
Bowmanstown,  Pa.,  assignors  to  The  New  Jersey  Zinc 
Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Manufacture  of  lithopone. 
No.  1,411,645  ;  Apr.  4.  _ 

Brezin,  Joseph,  assignor  of  one-third  to  himself,  one-third 
to  L.  Berzon,  and  one-third  to  W.  Kosakoff,  Philadel- 
phia, Pa.     Bag-frame  lock.     No.   1,439,688;  Dec.  26. 

Brian,  James  C,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Portable  track.  No. 
1,410,055  ;   Mar.    21. 

Briare,  Frank  B.     (See  Thurston,  Julius  T.,  assignor.) 

Brice,  Arthur  W.,  Rochester,  N.  Y.,  assignor,  by  mesne  as- 
signments, to  United  Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Pater- 
son, N.  J.    Rheostat.    No.  1,406,257  ;  Feb.  14. 

Brice,  John  F.,  Bensalem  Township,  Bucks  County,  Pa. 
Plane  for  aircraft.    No.  1,406,923  ;  Feb.  14. 

Brichetto,  Louis,  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Burglar  alarm.  No. 
1,419,954  ;  June  20. 

Bricka,  Frederic,  Milan,  Italy.  Textile-fiber-combing  ma- 
chine. <  No.  1,408,438  ;  Mar.  7. 

Brickell,  William  S.,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.  Wheel.  No. 
1,426,254;   Aug.   15. 

Bricken,  John,  Chicago,  111.  Method  of  supplying  a  maga- 
zine  with   blanks.      No.    1,436,644 ;    Nov.   28. 

Bricker,  John  W.,  administrator.      (See  Hanner,  Thomas.') 

Brickman,  Emil  O.,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  Illinois  Meat 
Company.     Prepared   meats.     No.   1.427.43S  ;    Aug.    29. 

Briconnier,  Zepher  J.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  M.  Cohn, 
San  Francisco,  Calif.  Blotter  attachment  for  fountain 
pens.     No.  1,418,696  ;  June  6. 

Bridell,  Charles  D.,  Crisfield,  Md.  Tongs.  No.  1,415,143  ; 
May  9. 

Briden,  Charles  G.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  H.  Laughlin, 
Jr.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Demountable  tire  rim.  No. 
1,416,939  ;  May  23. 

Briden,  Charles  G.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  H.  Laughlin, 
Jr.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Demountable  tire  rim.  No. 
1,416,940;  May  23. 

Bridge,  Arthur,  Washington,  D.  C.  Method  of  and  appara- 
tus for  reducing  metals,  etc.     No.  1,415,510  ;  May  9. 

Bridge,  Arthur  F.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Pressure-gas 
holder.     No.  1,426,145;  Aug.  15. 

Bridge,  George  A.,  Englewood,  Colo.  Differential  power- 
transmission  gearing  for  automotive  vehicles.  No. 
1.437,715  :  Dec.  5. 

Bridgeport  Brass  Company.  (See  Limont,  Alexander  W., 
assignor.) 


UNITED    STATES    PATENT    OFFICE,    1922. 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


65 


Bridgeport    Metal    Goods    Manufacturing   Company,    The. 

(See   Ferris,   Isaac  L.,   assignor.) 
Bridgeport  Metal   Goods  Manufacturing   Company.      (See 

Loveman.  William  R.,  assignor.) 
Bridges,   Josiah    S.,   Wilmette,   111.     Means   for  adjusting 
and   securing   artificial   crowns   and   teeth   In   their  op- 
erative position.     No.  1,412,268  ;  Apr.  11. 
Bridges,   Lewis  B.,   New  York,   assignor  to   Corona  Type- 
writer Company,  Inc.,  Groton,  N.  Y.     Folding  typewrit- 
ing machine.     No.  1,434,733  ;  Nov.  7. 
Bridges,    Lewis   B..    Brooklyn,   assignor   to   Corona   Type- 
writer Company,  Inc.,  Groton,  N.  Y.     Folding  typewrit- 
ing machine.     No.  1,434,734  ;  Nov.  7. 
Bridgewater  Machine  Company.     (See  Mason,  Freeman  D., 

assignor.) 

Bridgford,  Archie  G.,  and  S.  B.  Bolton,  Aledo,  111.  ;  said 

Bolton    assignor    to    said    Bridgford.      Manifold    aero 

heater.     No.  1,427,057  ;  Aug.  22. 

Bridgford,  Archie  G.,  and  S.  B.  Bolton,  Aledo,  III. ;' said 

Bolton  assignor  to  said  Bridgeford.    Manifold  heater  for 

internal-combustion    engines.     No.  1,427,058 ;   Aug.   22. 

Bridgford,  Archie  G.,  and  S.   B.  Bolton,  Aledo,   111. ;  said 

Bolton  assignor  to  said  Bridgford.     Manifold  heater  for 

internal-combustion   engines.     No.   1,427,059 ;   Aug.   22. 

Bridgham,  Barton  C.,  San  Francisco,  Calif.     Card  holder. 

No.   1,430,282  ;   Sept.  26. 
Brien,  John  A.     (See  Casterline,  E.  D.,  and  Brien.) 
Briere,  Charles.     (See  Gendron,  A.,  and  Briere.) 
Brierly,    George    E.,    Detroit,    Mich.      Washing    machine. 

No.    1,420,963 ;   June  27. 
Brigden,  Arthur,  Birmingham,  Ala.     Insect  catcher.    No. 

1.414.06S  ;     Apr.     25. 
Brigden,  Arthur,  Birmingham,  Ala.     Insect  catcher.     No. 

1,414.069 ;    Apr.    25. 
Brigel,  Leo  A.,  Cheviot,  Ohio.     Bottle-capping  apparatus. 

No.   1,430,283;  Sept.  26. 
Briggs,    Arie    B.,    Denver,    Colo.      Fountain    brush.      No. 

1,413,827  ;    Apr.    25. 
Briggs.    D.    F.,    Company,    The.       (See    Slaiger,    Henry, 

assignor.) 
Briggs,  Frank  A.     (See  Pierce.  Harry,  assignor.) 
Briggs,  George  F.,  Beaumont.  Tex.     Combined  guard  cage 

and  robber  trap.     No.  1,430.788;  Oct.  3. 
Briggs,  Henry,  Hasbrouck  Heights,  N.  J.     Guide  or  gauge 
for  reciprocating  hand  tools.     No.   1,406,924  ;  Feb.   14. 
Briggs,   Howland  F..  Buffalo,  N.   Y.     Lock  for  spare-tire 

rims.     No.   1,43S,574 ;   Dec.   12. 
Briggs,  Isabelle  M.,   executrix.      (See  Briggs,  Thomas  L.) 
Briggs,  John  F.,  Spondon,  near  Derby,  England,  assignor 
to    American    Cellulose    and    Chemical    Manufacturing 
Company  Limited.    Treatment  of  cellulose  acetate  prod- 
ucts.    No.   1.425,364;   Aug.   8. 
Briggs,    Joseph.       (See    Whittaker,    J.,    Bradshaw,    and 

Briggs.) 
Briggs,  Lyman  J.     (See  Hayford.  J.  F.,  and  Briggs.) 
Briggs.    Mallison,     administratrix.      (See    Whittaker,     J., 

Bradshaw,    and    Briggs.) 
Briggs.     Robert.     Salidn,     Colo.      Antiskid     chain.      No. 

1.429.674  :  Sept.  19. 
Briggs,  Stephen  F.,  and  E.  N.  Jacobi.  assignors  to  Briggs 
&  Stratton  Companv.  Milwaukee,  Wis.     Polarity-revers- 
ing switch.     No.  1.408,687;  Mar.  7. 
Briggs,  Stephen  F.,  and  E.  N.  Jacobi,  assignors  to  Briggs 
&  Stratton  Companv,  Milwaukee,  Wis.    Steering-column 
control  unit.     No.  1,425,170  ;  Aug.  8. 
Briggs.  Stephen  F.,  and  E.  N.  Jacobi,  assignors  to  Briggs 
&  Stratton  Companv,  Milwaukee,  Wis.    Push-lock  switch. 
No.   1,434,769  ;   Nov.   7. 
Briggs,  Stephen  F.  and  E.  N.  Jacobi.  assignors  to  Briggs 
&  Stratton  Company,  Milwaukee,  Wis.     Locking  switch. 
No.   1,437,716:  Dec.  5. 
Briggs,  Thomas  L.,  deceased,  by  I.  M.  Briggs,   Flushing, 
executrix,  assignor  to  General  Chemical  Company,  New 
York,     N.     Y.       Making     chlorosulphonic     acid.      No. 
1,422,335;  July  11. 
Briggs,  Thomas  L.,  Flushing,  assignor  to  General  Chemical 
Companv,  New  York,  N.  Y.     Cleaning  contact  material. 
No.   1,429,222;   Sept.  19. 
Briggs,    William    A.,    Philadelphia, '  Pa.      Enamel.       No. 

1,409,919  ;  Mar.  21. 
Briggs,     William     C,     Elizabeth,     "N.     J.       Hoist.       No. 

1,432,741  ;    Oct.    24. 
Briggs   &    Stratton    Company.       (See   Briggs,    S.    F.,    and 

Jacobi,  assignors.) 
Briggs    &   Stratton    Company.      (See   Jacobi,    Edward    N., 

assignor.) 
Briggs  &  Stratton  Company.     (See  Soreng,  Edgar  M.,  as- 
signor.) 
Brigham,    Harry-  L.,    Brockton,   Mass.      Pneumatic    sheet 

feeder.  No.  1,435,205  ;  Nov.  14. 
Brigham,  Nelson  E.  (See  Fleming,  W.  M..  and  Brigham.) 
Brigham,  Nelson  E.,  Holyoke,  assignor  to  Conoid  Candv 
Machine  Company,  South  Hadley  Falls,  Mass.  Manu- 
facture of  confections  of  the  coated  type.  No.  1,417,446  ; 
May  23. 

Bright.  Claude  H..  Jr..  Memphis,  Tenn.     Bookkeeping  ma- 
chine.    No.  1,411,679  ;  Apr.  4. 

Bright,  Fred  E.,  New  York,  N.  Y.     Chuck.     No.  1,420,682  • 
June  27. 

Bright,   Fred   E.,   New  York,   N.   Y.      Apparatus   for   ma- 
chining  work    pieces.      No.    1,420,683 ;    June    27. 
86024—5 


BLiS43t6  9^51-SnM"  oJesss'  0Ula-     BeveraSe  dispenser.     No. 

Bright,'  Robert  E.  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  Stein-Hall 
Manufacturing  Company.  Starch  conversion  products. 
No.   1,411,203  ;   Mar.    28. 

Bright,  Robert  E.,  assignor  to  Stein-Hall  Manufacturing 
Company,  Chicago,  111.  Preparing  starch  conversion 
products.     No.  1,411,204  ;  Mar.  2S. 

Brightman,  G.  F.,  et  al.  (See  Brightman,  Harrison  M., 
assignor.) 

Brightman,  H.  L.,  et  al.  (See  Brightman,  Harrison  M„ 
assignor.) 

Brightman,  Harrison  M.,  assignor  of  one-fourth  to  G.  F 
Brightman,  one-fourth  to  H.  L.  Brightman,  and  one- 
fourth  to  J.  H.  Brightman,  Columbus,  Ohio.  Apparatus 
,°f,,fiii,lshing  cylindrical  bars  asid  shaftings.  No. 
1,411,474  ;   Apr.  4. 

Brightman,  J.  H.,  et  al.  (See  Brightman,  Harrison  M.. 
assignor.) 

Brignole,  John  J.,  and  J.  Lovari,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Safetv 
fender.     No.  1,432,380;  Oct.  17. 

Brilhart,   Samuel  B.,  New  York,  N.  Y.     Car  truck.     No. 

Brilhart,  Samuel  B.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Car  truck  No 
1,417,135  ;  May  23. 

Brill  J.  G.,  Company,  The.  (See  Berry,  H.  C,  and  Apple- 
gate,  assignors.) 

Brill,  J.  G.,  Company,  The.  (See  Brooks,  James  A,  as- 
signor.) ' 

Brill,  Max,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Hand  bag.  No.  1,415,305  : 
May   9. 

Brill,  Paul,  Jackson,  Mich.  Paper-hanging  machine  No 
1,435,449  ;   Nov.  14. 

BriI41*>a0  519^ajter   on   DaUa5town>  Pa-     Bo,t  Camp.     No. 

BrNoait40^lo8  *'i  San2rrancisc0'  GaHf-     Davenport  bed. 

Brillouin,  Leon  N.,  Paris',  France.  Telephone  and  wire- 
less   telegraphy   installation.     No.   1,404,574 ;   Jan.   24 

Brillouin,  Lgon  N.,  Paris,  and  G.  A.  Beauvais,  Lyon', 
France.  Telephone  installation  in  wireless  telegraphy 
JNo.  1,404,573  ;  Jan.  24. 

Brillouin,  Leon  N.,  Paris,  and  G.  A.  Beauvais,  Caluire 
.3"??-  France.  Telephone  and  wireless-telegraphy  in- 
stallation.     No.    1,405.267  ;    Jan.    31. 

Notrai  43ir5I641-    o'   Brooklyn'    N-   Y-     Amusement   ride. 

Brindamour,  John  B.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  M  A  Rush 
San  Francisco,  Calif.  Automobile  steering-wheel  lock! 
No.   1,437.717;  Dec.  5. 

Brindle,  Richard  G.,  and  A.  H.  Flint,  Chicago,  111.,  as- 
signors to  Corn  Products  Refining  Company.  Method  of 
and  apparatus  for  evaporating  liquid  or  semiliquid  sub- 
stances.    No.   1,415,783;   May   9. 

Brinegai%  James  F  Middlesboro,  Ky.  Bracket.  No. 
J.4Uo.zo8;  Jan.   31. 

Brink,  Carl  A.     (See  Adell,  E.,  and  Brink.) 

B"n.  ce3v  Jesse  E.,and  C.  P.  McNeil,  assignors  to  Standard 
P'Joo  n?^an^'  W1»tin&.  In<J.  Ornamented  candle.  No. 
1,4^8,940 ;  Sept.  12. 

Brinkerhoff,  Howard  C,  Allston,  Mass.  Antirattlin"  de- 
vice  for  automobiles.    No.  1,420,077  ;  June  20 

.Brinkman  Louis  H„  Glenridge,  N.  J.  Bending  pipes  or 
tubes.     No.  1,429,924  ;  Sept.  26. 

Brinkman  Louis  H.,  Glen  Ridge,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Titeflex 
Metal  Hose  Corporation.  Method  of  and  apparatus  for 
forming  flexible  tubes.     No.  1,410,160:  Mar    "1 

Brinkman,  Louis  H„  Glen  Ridge,  assignor,  by  mesne  as- 
signments, to  General  Seamless  Tube  Companv.  Bloom- 
field,  N.  J.  Metal-drawing  apparatus.  No.  1,414,500  : 
May    2. 

Brinkman,  Louis  II.,  Glenridge,  assignor,  by  mesne  as- 
signments, to  General  Seamless  Tube  Companv,  Bloom- 
field,  N.  J.  Tube  and  rod  tapering.  No.  1,418,697- 
June  6. 

Brinkman  Paul,  Portland,  Oreg.  Phonograph  mute  No 
1,412,672  ;  Apr.  11. 

Brintnall,  Thomas  M.,  assignor  of  one-fourth  to  J  F 
Hanly,  < one-fourth  to  C.  H.  Hanly,  and  one-fourth  to 
R.  E.   Hanly,  Oakland,  Calif.     Demountable  rim      No 

1.402.141  ;  Jan.  3. 

Brintnall,  Thomas  M.,  assignor  of  one-fourth  to  J  F 
Hanly,  one-fourth  to  C.  H.  Hanly,  and  one-fourth  to 
R.  E.  Hanly,  Oakland,   Calif,     Demountable  rim.      No 

1.402.142  ;    Jan.     3. 

Brinton,  William  C,  Jr.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments 
to  Philbrin  Corporation,  Kennett  Square,  Pa.  Means  for 
increasing  the  dielectric  strength  of  condensers  No 
1.414,619 ;    May    2. 

Brinton,  William  C,  jr.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments 
to  Philbrin  Corporation,  Kennett  Square,  Pa.  Ignition 
system  for  internal-combustion  engines.  No.  1  431  927  • 
Oct.  17.  ' 

Brisben,  George  R.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Emery-wheel-dress- 
ing tool.     No.  1,425,941  ;  Aug.  15. 

Brisbine,  Raymond  G.,  Dormont,  Pa.  Flour  sack  and  like 
article.      No.    1,403,287 ;    Jan.    10. 

Brisbois,  Odilon,  Gary  Ind.  Electric  starter.  No. 
1.426,274  ;  Aug.  15. 

Brisbois,  Odilon,  Chicago,  111.  Starter  for  internal-com- 
bustion engines.    No.  1,435,101  ;  Nov.  7. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 

Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Briscoe,  Benjamin,  et  al.,  trustees.  (See  Ramage,  Alex- 
ander S.,  assignor.) 

Briscoe  Devices  Corporation.  (See  Briscoe,  Frank,  as- 
signor.) 

Briscoe,  Frank,  assignor  to  Briscoe  Devices  Corporation, 
Pontiac,  Mich.     Carburetor.     No.  1,408,072  ;  Feb.  28. 

Bristol  Company,  The.  (See  Bristol,  W.  H.,  and  John- 
son,   assignors.) 

Bristol  Company,  The.  (See  Johnson,  Manfred  J.,  as- 
signor. ) 

Bristol,  Edgar  H.,  assignor  to  The  Foxboro  Company, 
Foxboro,  Mass.  Control  system.  No.  1,405,181 ; 
Jan.  31. 

Bristol,  Tom  R.,  Atlanta,  Ga.,  assignor  to  The  Westing- 
house  Air  Brake  Company,  Wilmerding,  Pa.  Fluid- 
pressure  brake  device.    No.  1,403,839  ;  Jan.  17. 

Bristol,  William  H.,  Waterbury,  Conn.  Measuring  instru- 
ment.    No.   1,431,626  ;  Oct.  10. 

Bristol,  William  H.,  Waterbury,  Conn.  Synchronized 
motion-picture    apparatus.      No.    1,431,628 ;    Oct.    10. 

Bristol,  William  H.,  Waterbury,  and  M.  J.  Johnson, 
Naugatuck,  assignors  to  The  Bristol  Company,  Water- 
bury, Conn.  Remote-control  system.  No.  1,431,627 ; 
Oct.    10. 

Britcher,  Charles  W.,  Springfield,  Mass.,  assignor  to  The 
Babcock  Printing  Press  Manufacturing  Company,  New 
London,  Conn.  Preparing  cutting  and  scoring  matrices 
for  printing  presses.     No.  1,416,682  ;  May  25. 

Britcher,  Edward  K.,  York,  Pa.  Kail  joint.  No. 
1,410,364  ;   Mar.    21. 

British  Alizarine  Company  Limited,  The.  (See  Atack,  F. 
W.,    and   Anderson,    assignors.) 

British  Alizarine  Company  Limited,  The.  (See  Atack, 
Frederick   W.,  assignor.) 

British  Westinghouse  Electric  and  Manufacturing  Corn- 
puny  Limited,  The.     (See  Baumann,  Karl,  assignor.) 

British  Westinghouse  Electric  and  Manufacturing  Com- 
pany Limited,  The.  (See  Scanes,  Arthur  E.  L.,  as- 
signor.) 

Brittain,  Charles  A.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Ruled  sheet.  No. 
1,429,485  ;  Sept.  19. 

Brittain,  George  M.      (See  Brown,  W.  P.,  and  Brittain.) 

Brittain,  George  M.  (See  Brown,  W.  P.,  Errett,  and  Brit- 
tain.) 

Brittain,  Isaac  M.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  G.  W.  Allan, 
Denver,  Colo.  Railway  safety  switch.  No.  1,417,297  ; 
May  23. 

Brittell,  Byron  B.,  Willow  Springs,  Mo.  Seat  for  engineers 
in  locomotive  cabs.     No.  1,403,483  ;   Jan.  17. 

Britten,  William  M.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  C.  Harshman, 
Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Gas  burner.  No.  1,406,925 ; 
Feb.  14. 

Brittenburg,  Harry  E.,  South  Allentown,  Pa.  Car  re- 
railer.     No.   1,409,020 ;   Mar.   21. 

Britton,  Helen  S.,  Castleton  Hill,  N.  Y.  Kitchen  utensil. 
No.   1,427,439;  Aug.  29. 

Britton,  Thomas  E.,  Cedar  Falls,  Iowa.  Combination  truck 
and  wagon  dump.    No.  1,420,078  ;  June  20. 

Brix,    Harold,    Arlington    Heights,    assignor    to    Sharp    & 
Smith,      Chicago,      111.        Anastomosis      clamp.        No. 
'  1,413,896 ;    Apr.    25. 

Broadhooks,   George  C.      (See  Bray,  Oscar  E.,   assignor.) 

Broadbridge,  Walter  E.  E.  and  W.  G.  Sellers,  London, 
England,  assignors  to  Minerals  Separation  North 
American  Corporation,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Purification 
or  extraction  of  soluble  substances.  No.  1,439,061 ; 
Dec.   19. 

Broadhurst,  Herbert  F.,  London,  England.  Means  for 
filling  bottles.      No.    1,413,960  ;    Apr.    25. 

Broadley,  Joseph,  Fair  Oaks,  Calif.  Apparatus  for  han- 
dling eggs.     No.  1,434,587  ;  Nov.  7. 

Broadlev,  Joseph  R.,  London,  England.  Apparatus  for 
grinding,  classifying,  and  decanting  ores.  No.  1,418,523  ; 
June  6. 

Broadley,  Joseph  R.,  and  J.  M.  Lee,  assignors  of  one-third 
to  L.  S.  Burt,  London,  England.  Pump.  No.  1,435,513  ; 
Nov.   14. 

Broadmeyer,  Albert,  assignor  to  W.  O.  Hickok  Manufactur- 
ing Company,  Harrisburg,  Pa.  Ruling  apparatus.  No. 
1,404,738  ;  Jan.  31. 

Broadmeyer,  Albert,  assignor  to  W.  O.  Hickok  Manufactur 
ing  Company,  Harrisburg,  Pa.  Change-speed  gearing. 
No.  1,404,739  ;  Jan.  31. 

Broadmeyer,  Albert,  assignor  to  W.  O.  Hickok  Manufactur- 
ing Company,  Harrisburg,  Pa.  Sheet-feeding  apparatus. 
No.  1,408,688  ;  Mar.   7. 

Broadwater,  Diivid  P...  Millville,  assignor  of  one-twentieth 
to  W.  K.  Tierce,  Bridgeton,  N.  J.  Noncollapsible  nip- 
ple.     No.    1,401.958;    Jan.    3. 

Broadway,  William,  and  T.  C.  Pledger,  Oklahoma,  Okla. ; 
said  Broadway  assignor  to  said  Pledger.  Rim  fastener. 
No.    1,424,078 ;    July    25. 

Broadv.  Harry  W.,  Bayside,  N.  Y\,  assignor  to  American 
Balsa  Company,  Inc.    Life  raft.    No.  1,422,657  ;  July  11. 

Broatch,  George  N.,  Moose  Jaw,  Saskatchewan,  Canada. 
Pipe.     No.  1,427,781  ;  Sept.  5. 

Broberg,  Isidor.     (See  Ljungstrom,  F.,  and  Broberg.) 

Brobst,  William  E.,  Jr.,  Noblesville,  Ind.  Equalizer  for 
vehicle  suspension.      No.   1,423,180 ;    July    18. 

Broch,  Albert  T.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Gas  heater.  No. 
1.438.002;   Dec.   5. 

Brock.  Edward  J.,  et  al.  (Sec  Newkirk,  William  P.,  as- 
signor.) 


Brock,  Edward  L.,  administrator.     (See  Brock,  Matthias.) 

Brock,  Ellis  R.,  Athens,  Ga.  Window-shade  roller.  No. 
1,417,298  ;  May  23. 

Brock,  Frank  P.  (See  Redman,  L.  V.,  Weith,  and 
Brock.) 

Brock,  Holden,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Machine  for  forming  plas- 
tic tile.     No.  1,418,227  ;  May  30. 

Brock,  Homer  G.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Electrical  body  heater 
and   steamer.     No.    1,415,784 ;   May   9. 

Brock,  Lester  C,  Xenia,  Ohio.  Air-cooled  motor.  No. 
1,409,822  ;  Mar.  14. 

Brock,  Matthias,  Boston,  Mass.,  assignor,  by  mesne  as- 
signments, to  United  Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Pat- 
erson,  N.  J.  Turned-shoe-shaping  machine.  No. 
1,402,208;  Jan.  3. 

Brock,  Matthias,  Boston,  Mass.,  assignor,  by  mesne 
assignments,  to  United  Shoe  Machinery  Corporation, 
Paterson,  N.  J.  Lasting  machine.  No.  1,404,188  ; 
Jan.  24. 

Brock,  Matthias,  Boston,  Mass.,  assignor  to  United  Shoe 
Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Making  shoes. 
No.  1,406,337  ;  Feb.  14. 

Brock,  Matthias,  Boston,  Mass.,  assignor,  by  mesne  as- 
signments, to  United  Shoe  Machinery  Corporation, 
Paterson,  N.  J.  Mechanism  for  use  in  shaping  shoe 
uppers.     No.  1,407,321 ;  Feb.  21. 

Brock,  Matthias,  Boston,  Mass.,  assignor  to  United  Shoe 
Machinery  Corporation.  Paterson,  N.  J.  Upper-shaping 
machine.     No.  1,414,49S  ;   May  2. 

Brock,  Matthias,  Boston,  Mass.,  assignor,  by  mesne  as- 
signments, to  United  Shoe  Machinery  Corporation, 
Paterson,  N.  J.  Machine  and  method  for  use  in  shap- 
ing uppers.     No.   1,425,942  ;  Aug.   15. 

Brock,  Matthias,  deceased,  Boston  ;  by  E.  L.  Brock, 
administrator,  Beverly,  Mass.,  assignor  to  United  Shoe 
Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Lasting  ma- 
chine.    No.  1,417,493  ;   May  30. 

Brock,  Matthias,  deceased ;  E.  L.  Brock,  administrator, 
Beverly,  Mass.,  assignor  to  United  Shoe  Machinery 
Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Work-positioning  mecha- 
nism for  upper-forming  and  other  machines.  No. 
1,419,213  ;   June   13. 

Brock,  Paul  P.,  Gillespie,  111.  Music-leaf  turner.  No. 
1,438,893  ;   Dec.   12. 

Brock,  Richard  E.,  Canton,  assignor  to  The  Woodward  Ma- 
chine Company,  Wooster,  Ohio.  Continuous  tube  roll- 
ing mill.     No.  1,420,239  ;  June  20. 

Brock,  William  E.,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Fuel  strainer  for 
tanks.     No.  1,415,217  ;  May  9. 

Brockbank,  Clarence  J.,  assignor  to  Abrasive  Company, 
Philadelphia,  Pa.  Manufacturing  artificial  abrasives 
from  bauxite  and  emery.     No.  1,402,714  ;  Jan.  3. 

Brocken,  Joseph  A.,  Sharon,  Pa.  Sanitary  container  cap. 
No.  1,413,000;  Apr.  18. 

Brockett,  Bluford  W.,  Cleveland  Heights,  Ohio.  Apron 
control.     No.    1,432,832 ;   Oct.   24. 

Brockies,  Alfred  C.     (See  Graham,  E.  A.,  and  Brockies.) 

Brockmiller,  Frederick  W.  A.,  St.  Petersburg,  Fla.  Faucet 
for  soda  fountains.     No.  1,427,148  ;  Aug.  29. 

Brocksmith,  Adolph  R.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Deep-well  pump. 
No.  1,430,789  :  Oct.  3. 

Brockton  Rand  Company;  (See  Barbour,  P.  E.,  and  Lyon, 
assignors.) 

Brockway,  Carl  P.,  Toledo,  Ohio.  Combined  air-intake 
and   breather    pipe.      No.    1,413,961  ;   Apr.   25. 

Brockwav,  Carl  P.,  assignor  to  Industrial  Research  Cor- 
poration, Toledo,  Ohio.  Oiling  system.  No.  1,402,281 ; 
Jan.  3. 

Brockway,  Carl  P.,  assignor  to  Industrial  Research  Corpo- 
ration, Toledo,  Ohio.  Reenforced  primary  for  starting 
or  ignition  systems.     No.  1,434,588  ;  Nov.  7. 

Brockway,  Carl  P.,  assignor  to  Industrial  Research  Corpo- 
ration, Toledo,  Ohio.  Electric  generating  system.  No. 
1,434,988;  Nov"  7. 

Brockway,  Carl  P.,  assignor  to  The  Willys-Overland 
Company,  Toledo,  Ohio.  Gear  puller.  No.  1,436,081 ; 
Nov.  21. 

Brockway.  Car]  P.,  assignor  to  Industrial  Research  Cor- 
poration, Toledo,  Ohio.  Engine  oiler.  No.  1,437,927  ; 
Dec.  5. 

Brockway,  Carl  P.,  assignor  to  Industrial  Research  Cor- 
poration, Toledo,  Ohio.  Internal-combustion  engine. 
No.   1,437,928;   Dec.   5. 

Brockway,  Carl  P.,  assignor  to  Industrial  Research  Cor- 
poration, Toledo,  Ohio.  Internal-combustion  engine. 
No.   1,437.929  ;    Dec.   5. 

Brockway,  Richard  W.,  assignor  to  Brockway  &  Mecken- 
sturm  Machine  Company,  Moodus,  Conn.  Twister.  No. 
1,416,941  ;  May  23. 

Brockway  &  Meckensturm  Machine  Company.  (See  Brock- 
way, Richard  W.,  assignor.) 

Broderick,  John  W.,  Hillside,  assignor  of  one-half  to  R. 
M.  Everett.  Bloomfield,  N.  J.  Lock  nut.  No.  1,432,050  ; 
Oct.  17. 

Brodowski,  John  F.,  and  G.  J.  Burmeister,  Milwaukee. 
Wis.     Panel  lock.     No.  1,434,03S  ;  Oct.  31. 

Brody,  Nathan  S.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Raw-egg-shell-cutting 
device.      No.    1,403,383;    Jan.    10. 

Broecker,  William,  Minneapolis.  Minn.  Potato  carrier 
for   potato    diggers.      No.    1,425,745 ;    Aug.    15. 

Broege,  Robert  J.,  Harvey,  111.,  assignor  to  Buda  Corn- 
pan  v.  Lubricating  device  for  gas  engines.  No. 
1,417,659;  May  30. 


UNITED    STATES    PATENT    OFFICE,    1922. 

Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


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Broel,  Louis  G.,  Leichardt,  near  Sydney,  New  South 
Wales,  Australia.  Handling  kapok.  No.  1,421,663 ; 
July  4. 

Brogan,  James  A.,  Lawrence,  Mass.,  assignor  to  United 
Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Welt- 
winding  machine.     No.  1,412,837  ;  Apr.  18. 

Brogan,  James  A.,  Lawrence,  Mass",  assignor  to  United 
Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Tying 
device.     No.  1,427,782  ;  Sept.  5. 

Brogan,  Michael  F.,  Lawrence,  Mass.,  assignor  to  United 
Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Shoe. 
No.  1,412,838  ;  Apr.  18. 

Brogden,  Alvey  L.,  Abbeville,  S.  C.  Dirigible  headlight. 
No.  1,420,025;  July  4. 

Broge,  Richard  S.     (See  Burglund,  Andrew,  assignor.) 

Brogren,  Sven  G.,  and  K.  Karlsson,  Gottenborg,  Sweden. 
Burner  for  petroleum  stoves.     No.  1,406,338  ;  Feb.   14. 

Broido,  Benjamin,  assignor  to  The  Superheater  Company, 
New  York.  N.  Y.     Superheater.     No:  1,411,680  ;  Apr.  4. 

Broido,  Benjamin,  assignor  to  The  Superheater  Company, 
New  York,  N.  Y.  Boiler  with  superheater.  No. 
1,411,704;   Apr.  4. 

Broido,  Benjamin,  assignor  to  The  Superheater  Company, 
New  York,  N.  Y.  Boiler  with  superheater.  No. 
1,417,023  ;  May  23. 

Broido,  Benjamin,  assignor  to  The  Superheater  Company, 
New  York,  N.  Y.  Water-tube  boiler  with  superheater. 
No.  1,417,024;  May  23. 

Broido,  Benjamin,  assignor  to  The  Superheater  Company, 
New  York,  N.  Y.  Superheat  regulator.  No.  1,433,981  ; 
Oct.  31. 

Broido,  Benjamin,  assignor  to  The  Superheater  Company, 
New  York,  N.  Y.     Superheater.     No.  1,439,862  ;  Dec.  26. 

Broluska,  Amel  B.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Slack  adjuster  for 
vehicle  brakes.     No.    1,409,996  ;   Mar.  21. 

Broman,  Peter,  assignor  to  Brown  Safety  Ladder  Mfg. 
Co.,  Chicago,  111.  Ladder-making  machine.  No. 
1,426,255  ;  Aug.   15. 

Brombaeher,  Julius,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Pilot  -  light 
burner.     No.  1,423,750;  July  25. 

Bromley.  Edson  M.,  Bristol,  111.  Hayrack.  No.  1,425,171 ; 
Aug.  8. 

Bronander,  Wilhelm  B.,  Montclair,  N.  J.  Phonograph 
record  die  holder.    No.  1,413,571 ;  Apr.  25. 

Bronander.  Wilhelm  B.,  Montclair,  N.  J.  Chuck.  No. 
1,424,235  ;   Aug.   1. 

Bronander,  Wilhelm  B.,  Montclair,  N.  J.  Two-stroke- 
cycle  opposed-piston  internal  combustion  engine.  No. 
1,432,320;  Oct.  17. 

Brondby,  Fridtjof  N.,  assignor  to  A/S  Perkussion,  Christi- 
ania,  Norway.  Combined  rifle  grenade  and  hand 
grenade.     No.  1,416,545  ;  May  16. 

Brondby,  Fridtjof  N.,  assignor  to  A/S  Perkussion,  Christi- 
ania,  Norway.  Ignition  mechanism  for  hand  grenades, 
projectiles,  and  mines.     No.  1,416,662  ;  May  16. 

Bronicki,  Wladyslaw.     (See  Putkowski,  Charles,  assignor.) 

Bronnert,  Emile,  Mulhouse,  France.  Manufacture  of  vis- 
cose silk.     No.   1,419,714  ;  June   13. 

Bronnert,  Emile,  Mulhausen,  France.  Manufacture  of  ar- 
tificial  silk.     No.   1,422,412;   July  11. 

Bronnert,  Emile,  Mulhausen,  France.  Manufacture  of  arti- 
ficial silk.     No.  1,426,953  ;  Aug.  22. 

Bronnert,  Emile,  Mulhausen,  Alsace  Lorraine,  France. 
Drying  artificial  silk.     No.  1,437.491 ;  Dec.  5. 

Bronnert,  Emile.  Niedermorschweiler,  near  Mulhausen, 
Germany,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to  The 
Chemical  Foundation,  Inc.  Manufacture  of  lustrous 
threads  from  crude  viscose  by  means  of  warm  mineral 
acids.     No.   1,414,070  ;  Apr.  25. 

Bronshvag,  Arthur  A.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Picture  mount- 
ing.    No.   1,403,537 ;  Jan.   17. 

Bronson,  Adelbert  E.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Dust-cap  con- 
struction.    No.  1,418,524  ;  June  6. 

Bronson,  Adelbert  E.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Valve  for  pneu- 
matic tires.     No.  1,426,350;  Aug.  22. 

Bronson,  Adelbert  E.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Dust  cap.  No. 
1,432,525  ;  Oct.  17. 

Bronson,  Fred  L..  assignor  of  one-fifth  to  H.  Alexander, 
one-fifth  to  A.  B.  Johnston,  one-fifth  to  H.  E.  Johnston, 
and  one-fifth  to  A.  J.  Alexander.  Wichita  Falls,  Tex. 
Spark  plug.     No.  1  433,117  ;  Oct.  24. 

Bronson,  John  W.,  New  Orleans,  La.  Cultivating  im- 
plement.    No.  1,424,552  ;  Aug.  1. 

Brook,  Basil  B.,  Aberdeen,  Wash.  Soil  or  turf  renovating 
brush  harrow.     No.  1,421,060  ;  June  27. 

Brook,   Percy   S.      (See  Hirst,   J.   A.,   and   Brook.) 

Brookby,  Harry  E.,  Evanston,  assignor  to  United  States 
Gypsum  Company,  Chicago,  111.  Composition  wallboard 
and  making  the  same.     No.  1.428,827  ;  Sept.  12. 

Brooker,  Howard  H.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Tank-closure  lock. 
No.  1,407,922  ;  Feb.   28. 

Brookes,  Elijah,  Stoke-on-Trent,  England.  Die  for  form- 
ing handles  for  cups,  etc.    No.  1,417,967  ;  May  30. 

Brookes,  Elijah,  Stoke-on-Trent,  England.  Apparatus  for 
the  manufacture  of  pottery.     No.  1,417,968;  May  30. 

Brookhart,  Charles  B.,  Cleveland  Heights,  Ohio.  Holder 
for  clotheslines  and  the  like.     No.  1,408,261  ;  Feb.  28. 

Brooklyn  Manufacturing  Company,  The.  (See  Callum, 
H.  B.  M..  and  Hollister,  assignors.) 

Brooklyn  Trust  Company  et  al.  (See  Mackintosh,  Edward 
D.,  assignor.) 

Brookman,  Otto  B.      (See  Turpin,  J.  H.,  and  Brookman.) 

Brooks.  Albert  A..  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Gas-pipe  cleaner. 
No.  1,435,277;   Nov.   14. 


Brooks,  Alfred  A.,  Swampscott,  Mass.,  assignor  to  General 
Electric  Company.  Impeller  for  centrifugal  compressors 
and  the  like.     No.  1,426,954  ;  Aug.  22. 

Brooks  Bank  Note  Company.  (See  Lambert,  Russell  A., 
assignor.) 

Brooks,  Benjamin  T.     (See  Bacon,  R.  F.,  and  Brooks.) 

Brooks,  Benjamin  T.,  Bayside,  N.  Y.,  assignor  of  one- 
half  to  The  Viscoloid  Co.,  Leominster,  and  one-half 
to  The  Fiberloid  Corporation,  Indian  Orchard,  Mass. 
Manufacture  of  Borneols  and  camphene.  No.  1,426,036  ; 
Aug.   15. 

Brooks,  Boultbee,  assignor  to  J.  B.  Brooks  and  Company, 
Limited,  Birmingham,  England.  Cycle,  motor-cycle,  and 
analogous  saddle.     No.  1,416,942  ;  May  23. 

Brooks,  Cassius  C,  Rowood,  Ariz.  Resilient  wheel.  No. 
1,431,285  ;    Oct.    10. 

Brooks,  Charles  D.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Composite  structure. 
No.    1,428,320 ;    Sept.    5. 

Brooks,  Charles  E.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Tractor.  No. 
1,433,257  ;  Oct.  24. 

Brooks,  Charles  P.,  Pleasant  Plains,  Ark.  Churn.  No. 
1,409,823;  Mar.  14. 

Brooks,  Charles  T.      (See  Sargent,  F.  G.,  and  Brooks.) 

Brooks,  Clifford  C,  and  E.  O.-  Klemm,  assignors  to  Klemm 
Manufacturing  Company,  Saginaw,  Mich.  Automatic 
stop  and  repeating  means  for  graphophones.  No. 
1,406,604;  Feb.  14. 

Brooks,  Clifford  C,  and  E.  O.  Klemm,  assignors  to  Klemm 
Manufacturing  Company,  Saginaw,  Mich.  Automatic 
stop  and  repeating  means  for  graphophones.  No. 
1,406,605  ;  Feb.  14. 

Brooks,  Clifford  C.,  and  B.  O.  Klemm,  Fenton,  as- 
signors to  Klemm  Manufacturing  Company,  Saginaw, 
Mich.  Automatic  stop  and  repeating  means  for  grapho- 
phones.   No.  1,406,606  ;  Feb.  14. 

Brooks,  Clifford  C,  and  E.  O.  Klemm,  assignors  to  Klemm 
Manufacturing  Company,  Saginaw,  Mich.  Automatic 
stop    and    repeating    means    for    graphophones.      No. 

1.406.607  ;  Feb.  14. 

Brooks,  Clifford  C,  and  E.  O.  Klemm,  assignors  to  Klemm 
Manufacturing  Company,  Saginaw,  Mich.  Automatic 
stopping  and  repeating  means  for  graphophones.     No. 

1.406.608  ;  Feb.  14. 

Brooks,  Clifford  C.  and  E.  O.  Klemm,  assignors  to  Klemm 
Manufacturing  Company,  Fenton,  Mich.  Graphophone 
stop  mechanism.     No.    1,437,959  ;   Dec.  5. 

Brooks,  Frank  P.,  Clay,  Ky.  Poultry  crate.  No. 
1,432,960;   Oct.  24. 

Brooks,  George  W.,  Topeka,  Kans.  Screed  holder.  No. 
1,423,991 ;  July  25. 

Brooks,  George  W.,  Topeka,  Kans.  Blackboard.  No. 
1,434,989  ;  Nov.  7. 

Brooks,  Herbert,  Ipswich,  assignor  to  Petters  Limited, 
Yeovil,  Somerset,  England.  Starting  lamp  for  internal- 
combustion  engines.     No.  1,421,158  ;  June  27. 

Brooks,  J.  B.,  and  Company.  (See  Brooks,  Boultbee, 
assignor.) 

Brooks,  J.  B.,  and  Company  Limited.  (See  Lawrence, 
Arthur   H.,    assignor.) 

Brooks,  James  A.,  assignor  to  The  J.  G.  Brill  Company, 
Philadelphia,  Pa.  Safety  gate  for  cars.  No.  1,423,303  ; 
July  18. 

Brooks,  James  W.,  Baltimore,  Md.  Valve.  No.  1,439,062  ; 
Dec     19 

Brooks,  John  C,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Loom.  No.  1,405,096 ; 
Jan.  31. 

Brooks,  John  C,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Loom.  No.  1,426,351 ; 
Aug.  22. 

Brooks,  Lloyd  B.,  assignor  to  Stay-Rite  Mfg.  Co.,  Phila- 
delphia, Pa.     Necktie  retainer.     No.  1,422,658  ;  July  11. 

Brooks,  Raymond,  Benson  Mines,  N.  Y.  Theater  seat.  No. 
1,422,825;   July  18. 

Brooks,  Stephen  H.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Self-renewing  fuse. 
No.  1,416,258  ;  May  16. 

Brooks,  Stephen  H.,  assignor  to  Oil  Conservation  Engineer- 
ing Company,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Gauge-hole  cover.  No. 
1,403,735;  Jan.  17. 

Brooks,  Vaughn  W.,  Joliet,  111.  Sharpening  material.  No. 
1,430,052  ;  Sept.  26. 

Brooks,  Wallace  L.,  Schenectady,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Gen- 
eral Electric  Company.  Construction  of  current-carry- 
ing resistors.     No.  1.413,001  ;  Apr.  18. 

Brooks,  Walter  C,  Springfield,  Mass.  Manufacturing  bits. 
No.   1,410.990;   Mar.    28. 

Brooks.  William  E.,  and  B.  S.  Eppes,  Battle  Creek,  Mich. 
Container.     No.  1,411,475  ;  Apr.  4. 

Brooks,  William  G.,  Chicago,  111.,  and  L.  G.  Riley,  Wilkins- 
burg,  Pa.,  assignors  to  Westinghouse  Electric  &  Manu- 
facturing Company.  System  of  control.  No.  1,427,352 ; 
Aug.  29. 

Brooks,  Winfred  M.,  South  Orange,  N.  J.  Sealing  means. 
No.   1,416,683  ;   May  23. 

Broome,  William,  Oswego,  N.  Y.  Carpet  or  rug  fastener. 
No.   1,430,353  ;   Sept.  26. 

Broomell,  Albert  P.,  deceased.  York,  Pa. ;  J.  L.  Broomell, 
executrix.  Oil-burning  apparatus.  No.  1,423,181 ; 
July  18. 

Broomell,  Janet  L.,  executrix.      (See  Broomell,  Albert  P.) 

Brophy,  Allen  O.,  Oak  Park,  III.  Dental  casting  ring. 
No.  1,429,322  ;   Sept.   19. 

Rrose,  Adolph  C.  New  York.  N.  Y.  Apparatus  and  method 
for  imprinting  hard-rubber  articles.  No.  1,410,732 ; 
Mar.   28. 


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INDEX    OF   PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 

Alphabetical  list  of  patentees— -Continued. 


Brososky,  Frank,  Haywood,  assignor  of  one-half  to  A. 
Kubis,  .  Moundsville,  W.  Va.  Farm  wagon.  No. 
1,428,748 ;  Sept.  12. 

Brossoit,  James  J.,  Salt  Lake  City,  Utah.  Drill  hit.  No. 
1,428,415  ;    Sept.   5. 

Brothers,  Eli,  Lynn,  Mass.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assign- 
ments, to  United  Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Pat- 
erson,  N.  J.  Pulling-over  machine.  No.  1,421,394 ; 
July  4. 

Brotherton,   Frank.     (See  Brotherton,  Harrison  and  F.) 

Brotherton,  Harrison,  Brierfleld,  and  F.  Brotherton,  Bow- 
don,  England.  Device  for  calculating  or  computing 
purposes.     No.  1,424,194  ;  Aug.    1. 

Brotsch,  Frederick  A.,  Jr.,  Rochester,  N.  T.  Pavement. 
No.  1,421,901  ;  July  4. 

Brotz,  Anton  F.,  assignor  to  Kohler  Company,  Kohler, 
Wis.    Generator  regulator.    No.  1,434,365 ;  Nov.  7. 

Brouder,  Harry,  Worcester,  Mass.  Trousers.  No. 
1,419,127;    June    13. 

Broughton,  Walter  C,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Fireproof  door. 
No.  1,416,943;  May  23. 

Broulheit,  Georges,  St.  Etienne,  France.  Suspension  of 
vehicles.     No.  1,411,159;  Mar.  28. 

Brouner,  Benjamin  N.,  Hyattsville,  Md.  Combined  tool 
box  and  trestle.     No.  1,404,266  ;  Jan.  24. 

Broussouse,  Fernand  L.,  and  P.  J.  Leboucher,  Paris, 
France.  Elastic  suspension  for  vehicles  and  other  bodies 
in  motion.     No.  1,427,060  ;  Aug.  22. 

Brouyette,  Charles  D.,  Topeka,  Kans.  Red  bottom.  No. 
1,431,149;    Oct.    10. 

Browand,  Benjamin  T.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Tool  holder. 
No.  1,406,339  ;  Feb.  14. 

Browand,  Benjamin  T.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Tool  holder.  No. 
1,433,527:  Oct.  31. 

Brower,  George  E.,  Hutchinson,  Kans.  Axle  gauge.  No. 
1,433,064;   Oct.   24. 

Brower,  John,  Cheyenne,  Wyo.  Hinge.  No.  1,438,215 ; 
Dec.  12. 

Brower,  Lewis  N.,  and  P.  Werle,  Sellersburg,  Ind.  Plastic 
composition  for  use  as  a  coating  for  walls  of  buildings. 
No.  1,416,684;  May  23. 

Brower,  Morland  A.     (See  Wegner,  William  F.,  assignor.) 

Brower,  Willis  A.,  Adrian,  assignor  to  Michigan  Mutual 
Liability  Company,  Detroit,  Mich.  Safety  attachment 
for  punch  presses.    No.  1,418,525  ;  June  6. 

Brown,  Adolphus  L.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Door  latch.  No. 
1,435,581 ;  Nov.  14. 

Brown,  Albert,  assignor  of  one-half  to  G.  W.  Clevenger, 
Vale,  Oreg.     Screw  casing.    No.  1,434,806 ;  Nov.  7. 

Brown,  Albert  F.,  Los  Angeles,  and  L.  B.  Burck,  Pasa- 
dena Calif.  Automatic  means  for  controlling  electri- 
cally-heated devices.     No.   1,422,735;  July  11. 

Brown,  Albert  J.,  and  J.  J.  Davies,  Jr.,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
Dry  dock.     No.  1,410,243  ;  Mar.  21. 

Brown,  Alexander  T.,  Syracuse,  N.  Y.  Agricultural  ma- 
chine.    No.  1,416,259  ;  May  16. 

Brown,  Alexander  T.,  Syracuse,  N.  Y.  Swath  board  for 
mowing  machines.     No.  1,432,014  ;  Oct.  17. 

Brown,  Alexander  T.,  Syracuse,  assignor,  by  mesne  as- 
signments, to  Stromberg-Carlson  Telephone  Manufac- 
turing Company,  Rochester,  N.  Y.  Electric  exchange 
system.      (Reissue.)      No.    15,261  ;    Jan.    10. 

Brown,  Alfred  J.,  and  G.  I.  Paulson,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
Nonresalable  box.     No.  1,429,185;  Sept.  12. 

Brown,  Alfred  W.     (See  Howell,  J.,  and  Brown.) 

Brown,  Amanda  C,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Protective  garment. 
No.  1,418,526 ;  June  6. 

Brown.  Arnold  V.,  Oak  Park,  111.  Tip  for  webbing.  No. 
1,426,812  ;  June  27. 

Brown,  Bascom  J.,  Ensley,  Ala.  Watch  winding  chuck. 
No.  1,434,990;  Nov.  7. 

Brown,  Bernard  G.      (See  Fugitt,  Forrest,  assignor.) 

Brown,  Carlton  E.,  Chicago,  111.  Bracket  for  printome- 
ters.     No.  1,423,182  ;  July  18. 

Brown,  Charles  A.,  et  al.     (See  Earl,  George  G.,  assignor.) 

Brown,  Charles  A.,  Lorain,  Ohio.  Cleansing  filters.  No. 
1,406,340;  Feb.  14. 

Brown,  Charles  A.,  London,  England.  Tubular  heat  ex- 
changer.    No.   1,410,548 ;   Mar.  28. 

Brown,  Charles  A.,  Gardner,  assignor,  by  mesne  assign- 
ments, to  Heywood-Wakefield  Company,  Boston,  Mass. 
Combined  hinge  and  stop  for  desk  lids  and  the  like. 
No.  1,423,513;  July  25. 

Brown,  Charles  H.,  Ranger,  Tex.  Grapple.  No.  1,421,159  ; 
June  27. 

Brown,  Charles  H.,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Shock  absorber. 
No.  1,425,834  ;  Aug.  15. 

Brown,  Charles  H.,  assignor  of  twenty-four  and  one-half 
per  eent  to  J.  Ecklund  and  twenty-four  and  one-half 
per  cent  to  G.  R.  Lincks,  Richmond,  Calif.  Antjknock- 
ing  device  for  pistons  of  internal-combustion  engines. 
No.  1,425,630  ;  Aug.  15. 

Brown,  Charles  M.,  Toronto,  Ontario,  Canada.  Recovering 
potassium  and  aluminum  from  feldspar.  No.  1,402,831  ; 
Jan.    10. 

Brown,  Charles  S.,  Bethel,  Me.  Feed  wheel  for  spool 
machines.     No.  1,421,395  ;  July  4. 

Brown,  Charles  W.,  Utica,  N.  Y,  assignor  to  The  Singer 
Manufacturing  Company.  Folding  and  trimming 
mechanism  for  sewing  machines.  No.  1,438,293 ; 
Dec.  12. 

Brown,  Charlie  E.,  Findlay,  Ohio.  Roundabout.  No. 
1,418,775;  Juna  8. 


Brown,  Chauncey  L.,  assignor  to  Northfield  Iron  Com- 
pany, Northfield,  Minn.  Journal  box  for  mixing  ma- 
chines.    No.   1,407,186  ;  Feb.  21. 

Brown,  Chester  W.,  Chicago,  111.  Knife  and  scissors 
sharpener.     No.  1,414,172  ;  Apr.  25. 

Brown,  Christopher,  Charleroi,  Pa.  Edge-smoothine  ma- 
chine.     No.   1,415,785;   May   9. 

Brown,  Christopher,  Charleroi,  l'a.,  assignor  to  Pitts- 
burgh Plate  Glass  Company.  Sheet-glass  clamp.  No. 
1,431,928;  Oct  17. 

Brown,  Clarence  C.      (See  Weeks,  S.  R.,  and  Brown.) 

Brown,  Clarence  D.,  Washington,  D.  C.  Faucet.  No. 
1,408,979  ;  Mar.  7. 

Brown,  Clarence  J.  and  C.  F.,  assignors,  by  mesne  assign- 
ments, to  Brown  Paper  Goods  Company,  Chicago,  111. 
Machine  for  forming  paper  receptacles.  No.  1,419,355  ; 
June  13. 

Brown,  Claude  C.     (See  Reese,  C.  C,  and  Brown.) 

Brown,   Claude  F.      (See  Brown,  Clarence  J.   and  C.  F.) 

Brown,  Oem  D.      (See  Morgan,  E.,  and  Brown.) 

Brown,  Clement,  Birchfield,  Birmingham,  England.  Car- 
buretor for  internal-combustion  engines.  No.  1,422,413  ; 
July    11. 

Brown  Clutch  Co.,  The.  (See  Hottman,  Charles  W.,  Jr., 
assignor.) 

Brown,  Colin,  Rochester,  N.  Y.  Powder  distributor.  No. 
1,422,253;  July  11. 

Brown  Company.  (See  Brown,  O.  B.,  Moore,  Parker, 
and  Martinson,  assignors.) 

Brown  Company.  (See  Chase,  A.  W.,  and  Van  Arsdel, 
assignors.) 

Brown   Company.      (See  Parker,   Howard,   assignor.) 

Brown  Company.  (See  Richter,  G.  A.,  and  Van  Arsdel, 
assignors.) 

Brown  Company.      (See  Richter,  George  A.,  assignor.) 

Brown,  Cuthbert  J.     (See  Wilson,  C.  H.,  and  Brown.) 

Brown,  Davis,  Bucyrus,  Ohio.  Cooler.  No.  1,410,365 ; 
Mar.  21. 

Brown,  Douglas  S.  M.     (See  Fairbank,  Henry,  assignor.) 

Brown,  E.  W.     (See  Rote,  Charles  V.,  assignor.) 

Brown,  Earl  R.,  Redlands,  Calif.  Ore  separator.  No. 
1,422,736;  July  11. 

Brown,  Edmund  C,  Hardin,  Mont.  Washing  machine. 
No.  1,435,628;  Nov.  14. 

Brown,  Edward,  Hartford,  Conn.  Wrench.  No.  1,406,531 : 
Feb.  14. 

Brown,  Edward  H.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Jeweler's  tray.  No. 
1,436,233;  Nov.  21. 

Brown,  Edward  W.,  assignor  of  nine-tenths  to  The  Brown 
Motor  Company,  Sparks,  and  one-tenth  to  R.  P.  Roope, 
Chandler,  Okla.    Motor.    No.  1,423,395  ;  July  18. 

Brown,  Elona,  Jacksonville,  Fla.  Brassiere.  No.  1,431,439  ; 
Oct.  10. 

Brown.  Emmett  J..  Detroit.  Mich.  Line  holder.  No. 
1,432,526  ;  Oct.  17. 

Brown,  Farmer  A.,  Collinsville,  Ala.  Hay  press.  No. 
1,435,102;   Nov.   7. 

Brown,  Foydlce  C,  Selma,  Calif.    Lock.    1,434,325  ;  Oct.  31. 

Brown,  Francis  A.  J.,  Clifton.  England.  Pump  and  th« 
like.     No.  1,427,512;  Aug.  29. 

Brown,  Francis  M.,  Wilson,  Okla.  Brace.  No.  1,433,776 ; 
Oct.  31. 

Brown,  Francis  N.,  Jr.,  El  Paso,  Tex.  Lock  for  radiator 
caps.      No.   1,415,517 ;   May   9. 

Brown,  Frank  D.,  Burkburnett,  Tex.  Washing  machine. 
No.  1,427,061 ;  Aug.  22. 

Brown,  Frank  H.     (See  Ziemba,  John,  assignor.) 

Brown,  Frank  O.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Electrically-heated 
tongs.     No.  1,422,826  ;  July  18. 

Brown,  Frank  W.,  et  al.  (See  Von  Vargyas,  Eugene,  as- 
signor.) 

Brown,  Fred  C;  Seattle,  Wash.  Portable  self-heating 
hot-water  radiator.     No.   1,433,065  ;  Oct.  24. 

Brown,  Frederick  S.,  Torrington,  Conn.  Soap-holding 
brush.     No.   1,423,992;  July  25. 

Brown,  Garnet  C.,  Dayton,  assignor  to  The  Willys-Over- 
land Company,  Toledo,  Ohio.  Lubricating  system.  No. 
1,427,190  ;  Aug.   29. 

Brown,  Geo.  W.,  &  Son,  State  Bank,  trustee.  (See  Frost, 
Ralph  I.,  assignor.) 

Brown,  George  R.,  Bondi,  near  Sydney,  New  South 
Wales,  Australia,  assignor  to  Electrostatic  Separation 
Company,  Limited,  Sydney,  New  South  Wales,  Australia. 
Process  and  apparatus  for  electrostatic  separation  of 
finely-divided  discrete  material.     No.  1,422,026 ;  July  4. 

Brown,  George  W.,  Grafton,  W.  Va.  Well-capping  de- 
vice.    No.  1,409,660;  Mar.  14. 

Brown,  George  W.,  Grafton,  W.  Va.  Grain  cradle.  No. 
1,419,609;    June    13. 

Brown,  Gouverneur  G.  (See  Dallmeyer,  T.  D.,  Brown, 
and   Schultz.) 

Brown,  Grace  C,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Water  cycle. 
No.   1,422,533  ;  Jul/  11. 

Brown,  Grover  C,  Johnstown,  Pa.  Clothes  drier.  No. 
1,438,630;  Dec.  12. 

Brown,  Guy  B.,  Gardner,  Mass.  Machine  for  shaping 
articles.     No.  1,407,724;  Feb.  28. 

Brown,  Guy  C,  Waco,  Tex.  Pneumatic  truck  tire  chang- 
ing device.     No.  1.415,865:  May  16. 

Brown,  Hanson  &  Boettcher.  (See  Dienner,  John  A., 
assignor.) 

Brown,  Harold  M.,  assignor  to  The  Goodyear  Tire  & 
Rubber  Company,  Akron,  Ohio.  Tire-making  machine. 
No.  1,438,156;  Dec.  5. 


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Brown.  Harry  E.,  Wichita,  Kans.    Wrench.    No.  1,404,089; 

Jan.  17. 
Brown,  Harry  E.,  Grenola,  Kans.    Adjuster.   No.  1,424,799  ; 
Aug.  8. 

Brown,  Harry  M.,  New  Kensington,  Pa.  Car  coupling. 
No.  1.429.1S6  ;   Sept.  12. 

Brown,  Harry  M.,  assignor  to  Spring  Stopper  Company, 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Machine  for  making  bottles,  etc.  No. 
1,406,722  ;  Feb.   14. 

Brown,  Harry  W.,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.  Meat-handling  appara- 
tus.    No.  1,416,443  ;  May  16. 

Brown,  Hattie,  Bellewood,  Miss.  Car  steps.  No. 
1.404,189;   Jan.   24. 

Brown,   Henry   A.      (See   Cammack,   L.   H.,   and  Brown.) 

Brown,  Henry  B.,  assignor  to  Taylor  Instrument  Com- 
panies, Rochester,  N.  Y.  Damping  device  for  electrical 
Instruments.     No.  1,429,840  ;  Sept.  19. 

Brown,  Henry  B.,  assignor  to  Automatic  Electric  Com- 
pany, Chicago,  111.  Impulse-correcting  repeater.  No. 
1,435,206 ;  Nov.  14. 

Brown,  Henry  J.,  New  York,  N.' Y.  Phonograph  booth. 
No.  1,407,322  ;  Feb.  21. 

Brown,  Herbert  C.     (See  Seaboldt,  B.,  and  Brown.) 

Brown,  Herman  E.,  Kingston.  N.  Y.,  and  J.  H.  Stover, 
Nutley,  N.  J.,  assignors  to  Sona  Corporation,  New 
York,  N.  Y.  Plastic  binding  and  waterproofing  ma- 
terial and  making  the  same.     No.   1,431,455  ;  Oct.   10. 

Brown,  Hiram  F.,  assignor  of  one-third  to  L.  E.  Brown 
and  one-third  to  Peter  B.  Hansen,  Minneapolis,  Minn. 
Automobile  electric  hood  heater.   No.  1,407,725  ;  Feb.  28. 

Brown  Hoisting  Machinery  Company,  The.  (See  Dowd, 
John  P.,  assignor.) 

Brown  Hoisting  Machinery  Company,  The.  (See  Loucks, 
James  F.,  assignor.) 

Brown  Hoisting  Machinery  Company,  The.  (See  Monroe, 
Will  K~  assignor.) 

Brown,  Howard  B..  Olean,  N.  Y.  Shaft  coupling.  No. 
1,431,286;   Oct.   10. 

Brown,  Howard  S.,  Oasis,  Utah.  Steam  cooker.  No. 
1,430,532  ;  Oct.  3. 

Brown,  Ida,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Hose-supporter  clasp. 
No.  1,421,061  ;  June  27. 

Brown  Instrument  Company,  The.  (See  Brown,  R.  P.,  and 
Wagner,   assignors.) 

Brown  Instrument  Company,  The.  (See  Brown,  Richard 
P.,  assignor.) 

Brown,  Irwin  C,  Minneapolis,  and  T.  Hille,  Fergus  Falls, 
Minn.  Device  for  controlling  headlights.  No.  1,409,661 ; 
Mar.  14. 

Brown,  Isaac,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Flexible  dental  bridge 
attachment.     No.  1,438,167  ;  Dec.  12. 

Brown,  Isaac,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Dental  root  or  tooth 
dresser.     No.   1,438,168;   Dec.   12. 

Brown,  J.  W.,  Manufacturing  Company,  The.  (See  Brown, 
John  W..  assignor.) 

Brown,  James  A.,  et  al.     (See  Rathman,  Gilbert,  assignor.) 

Brown,  James  H.,  New  York.  N.  Y.  Shell  frame  for  eye- 
glasses.    No.  1.428,749;  Sept.  12. 

Brown,  James  M.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Westing- 
house  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company.  Switchboard 
lamp.     No.  1,415,984  ;  May  16. 

Brown,  James  M.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Westing- 
house  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company.  Controller. 
No.    1,421,160;    June    27. 

Brown,  James  N.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  J.  C.  Little,  Des 
Moines,  Iowa.     Latch.     No.  1,415,786  ;  May  9. 

Brown,  James  S.,  and  R.  R.  Johnson,  Warba,  Minn.  Egg 
case.    No.  1,416  604  ;  May  16. 

Brown,  James  W.,  assignor  to  Chain  Belt  Company, 
Milwaukee,  Wis.  Unistrand  conveying  elevator.  No. 
1,439,141  ;  Dec.   19. 

Brown,  Jasper  C.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Curtain.  No. 
1,407,248;   Feb.   21. 

Brown,  Jesse  J..  Hayward,  Calif.  Rock  and  sand  heater 
and  grader.     No.   1.480.790  :  Oct.  3. 

Brown,  John.     (See  Myer,  B.,  and  Brown.) 

Brown,  John.     (See  Myer,  B.  W.,  and  Brown.) 

Brown,  John  A.,  Dallas.  Tex.  Sash  lock.  No.  1,403,144; 
Jan.    10. 

Brown,  John  H.,  Spavinaw  Creek,  Okla.  Heating  system. 
No.  1,421,902  ;  July  4. 

Brown,  John  L..  Catonsville,  Md.,  assignor  of  one-tenth  to 
C.  W.  Smiley,  one-tenth  to  .T.  Cohen,  and  one-tenth  to 
G.  L  Rogers.  Baltimore,  Md.  Induction  furnace.  No. 
1,402,832;  Jan.  10. 

Brown,  John  Ws  assignor  to  The  J.  W.  Brown  Manufac- 
turing Company,  Columbus,  Ohio.  Lamp.  No.  1,413,962  ; 
Apr.  26. 

Brown,  John  W.,  jr.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Dashpot.  No. 
1,434,197;  Oct.  31. 

Brown,  Joseph  A.,  Hermleigh,  Tex.  Railway  spike.  No. 
1,438,575;  Dec.   12. 

Brown,  Joseph  F.     (See  Logan,  T.  A.,  Brown,  and  Davis.) 

Brown,  Joseph  L.,  Alpine,  Tex.  Pipe  clamp.  No.  1,430,791  ; 
Oct.  3. 

Brown.  Joseph  S.,  Portland,  Oreg.  Toe  clip.  No. 
1,417,447;  May  23. 

Brown,  Julius  A.,  Peekskill.  N.  Y.  Reproducer  for  phono- 
graphs.     No.   1,406,258;    Feb.    14. 

Brown,  L.  E.,  et  al.      (See  Brown,  Hiram  F.,  assignor.) 

Brown.  Lanville  A.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Folding  bed.  No. 
1,403,465;   Jan.    10. 


Brown,  Leon  C.     (See  Haviland,  C.  M.,  and  Brown.) 

Brown,  Lewis  S.,  Saginaw,  Mich.  Hook  button.  No. 
1,438,294;  Dec.   12. 

Brown,  Lloyd,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  assignor  to  Silent 
Drama  Syndicate,  a  trusteeship ;  Lloyd  Brown  and 
Alexander  Graydon,  trustees.  Film  gate  for  klneto- 
graph  mechanism.     No.  1,404,707  ;  Jan.  24. 

Brown,  Lloyd,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  assignor  to  Silent 
Drama  Syndicate,  a  trusteeship  ;  L.  Brown  and  A.  Gray- 
don, trustees.  Magazine  and  magazine  attachment  for 
kinetographs.     No.  1,428,138  ;   Sept.  5. 

Brown,  Lloyd,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  assignor  to  Silent 
Drama  Syndicate,  a  trusteeship  ;  L.  Brown  and  A.  Gray- 
don, trustees.     Picture  studio.     No.  1,428,139  ;  Sept.  5. 

Brown,  Lloyd,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  assignor  to  Silent 
Drama  Syndicate,  a  trusteeship  ;  L.  Brown  and  A.  Gray- 
don, trustees.  Construction  for  motion-picture  cameras 
or  the  like.     No.  1,428,321 ;  Sept.  5. 

Brown,  Louis  H.     (See  O'Donnell,  John,  jr.,  assignor.) 

Brown,  Lucius  A.,  assignor  to  The  M.  M.  Johnson  Com- 
pany, Clay  Center,  Nebr.  Incubator.  No.  1,414,858 ; 
May    2. 

Brown,  Lucy  P.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Graduated  copyholder 
guide.     No.  1,435,375  ;  Nov.  14. 

Brown,  Max.     (See  Bonner,  William  T.,  assignor.) 

Brown,  Max,  Biookline,  Mass.  Vulcanized  sole.  No. 
1,428,356;  Sept.  5. 

Brown,  Max,  Boston,  Mass.  Molded  sole.  No.  1,432,961 ; 
Oct.   24. 

Brown,  Merton  V.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Transmission  mecha- 
nism.    No.  1,429,323  ;  Sept.  19. 

Brown,  Milton  D.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  C.  V.  Barfield, 
San  Francisco,  Calif.    Sifter.     No.  1,416,260  ;  May.  16. 

Brown,  Milton  F.,  et  al.,  trustees.  (See  Pelot,  Frank  D., 
assignor.) 

Brown,  Mortimer  J.,  assignor  to  The  Pacific  R.  &  H. 
Chemical  Corporation,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Apparatus 
for  measuring  and  gasifying  liquids.  No.  1,426,831 ; 
Aug.  22. 

Brown  Motor  Company,  The,  et  al.  (See  Brown,  Edward 
W.,  assignor.) 

Brown,    Myer.      (See    Hitchcock,    George    E.,    assignor.) 

Brown,  Nicholas  E.     (See  Johnson,  C.  E.,  and  Brown.) 

Brown,  Non  H.,  Davenport,  Iowa.  Line  reel.  No. 
1,439,726  ;  Dec.   26. 

Brown,  Oakley  T.,  Audubon,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Camden  Iron 
Works.  Gas-producer  construction.  No.  1,403,890 ; 
Jan.  17. 

Brown,  Oakley  T.,  Audubon,  assignor,  by  mesne  assign- 
ments, to  United  States  Cast  Iron  Pipe  &  Foundry  Com- 
pany, Burlington,  N.  J.  Coal  feed  for  gas  producers  or 
furnaces.     No.  1,429,711  ;  Sept.  10. 

Brown,  Oakley  T.,  Audubon,  assignor,  by  mesne  assign- 
ments, to  United  States  Cast  Iron  Pipe  and  Foundry 
Company,  Burlington,  N.  J.  Gas-producer  feed.  No. 
1,433,109;   Oct.    24. 

Brown,  Orlando  H.,  Victoria,  British  Columbia,  Canada. 
Grain  elevator.     No.  1,422,534  ;  July  11. 

Brown,  Orton  B.,  H.  K.  Moore,  and  H.  Parker,  Berlin, 
N.  H.,  and  H.  M.  Martinson,  La  Tuque,  Quebec,  Canada, 
assignors  to  Brown  Company,  Portland,  Me.  Method  of 
and  apparatus  for  washing  pulp.     No.  1,421,664  ;  July  4. 

Brown.  Oscar  E.,  Lancaster,  Pa.  Valve  grinder.  No. 
1,430,285  ■  Sept.  26. 

Brown,  P.  T.,  Construction  Company.  (See  Whelpley, 
Earl  G.,  assignor.) 

Brown  Paper  Goods  Company.  (See  Brown,  Clarence  J. 
and  C.  F.,  assignors.) 

Brown,  Patrick  J.     (See  Hartwick,  L.  M.,  and  Brown.) 

Brown,  Percy,  and  F.  J.  Bostock,  Huddersfield,  England, 
assignors  to  Timken-Detroit  Axle  Company.  Forming 
gears  by  grinding.      No.   1,415,016 ;  May  9. 

Brown,  Peter,  Hampton,  Va.  Ice-cream-cone  carrier.  No. 
1,427,440;  Aug.   29. 

Brown,  Phelps,  Springfield,  Mass.  Actuating  mechanism 
for  magnetos.     No.  1,427,718  ;  Aug.  29. 

Brown,   Philip.      (See   Bush,   E.   M.,   and   Brown.) 

Brown,  Ralph  D.  (See  Luetgert,  A.  C,  and  Meiklejohn, 
assignors.) 

Brown,  Ralph  L.      (See  Sperr,  F.  W.,  Jr.,  and  Brown.) 

Brown,  Ralph  L.,  assignor  to  The  Koppers  Company, 
Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Purification  of  phenol-contaminated 
liquors.     No.  1,437,394  ;  Dec.  5. 

Brown,  Ray  M.,  Yonkers,  assignor  to  H.  L.  Ingersoll, 
White  Plains.  N.  Y.  Safety  clutch  for  booster  motors. 
No.    1,437,129 ;    Nov.    28. 

Brown,  Raymond  T.,  Lima,  Ohio.  Wrench.  No.  1,420,409  ; 
June  20. 

Brown,  Reinhardt  H.,  assignor  to  Outing  Kumfy  Kab 
Company,  Laporte,  Ind.  Child's  vehicle.  No.  1,409,280  ; 
Mar.   14. 

Brown,  Richard  P.,  assignor  to  The  Brown  Instrument 
Company,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Clamping  device  for  meas- 
uring instruments.     No.  1,436,430;  Nov.  21. 

Brown,  Richard  P.,  and  F.  Wagner,  assignors  to  The 
Brown  Instrument  Company,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Multi- 
ple-recording instrument.     No.  1,422,920;  July  18. 

Brown,  Robert,  Calgary,  Alberta,  Canada.  Headlamp  for 
•automobiles.     No.  1,430,433;  Sept.  26. 

Brown,  Robert  E.,  Olean,  N.  Y.  Combination  razor  case, 
hone,  and  strop.     No.  1,425.446  ;  Aug.  8. 

Brown,  Robert  G.,  George  School,  Pa.,  assignor  to  J.  E. 
Streitelmeier,  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Phonograph  brake. 
No.    1,419,214;    June    13. 


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Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Brown,   Robert  G.,   Swarthmore,   Pa.,   and   J.   E.    Strietel- 

meier,   Cincinnati,   Ohio ;   said  Brown   assignor   to   said 

Strietelmeier.       Automatic    repeater.       No.    1,413,554 ; 

Apr.  18. 
Brown,  Robert  J.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  J.  F.  Walden, 

Merryville,    La.       Oil-well    drill    bit.      No.    1,421,396; 

July   4. 
Brown    Safety    Ladder   Mfg.    Co.      (See    Broman,    Peter, 

assignor.) 
Brown,   Sidney  6.,  North  Acton,  England.     Repeater  for 

gyrocompasses.    No.  1,419,010  ;  June  6. 
Brown,  Silas  B.,  assignor  to  The  Edwards  Manufacturing 

Company,  Cincinnati,  Ohio.     Toy  pistol.     No.  1,438,017  ; 

Dec.   5. 
Brown,    Spencer   K.,    Syracuse,    N.    Y.      Valve   gear.     No. 

1,436,939;    Nov.    28. 
Brown,   Stanley,   Garden   City,   assignor   to   The   Griscom 

Russell  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.     Evaporator  system. 

No.  1,405,483  ;  Feb.  7. 
Brown,   Stewart.      (See  Matthews,   Jacob  S.   and  W.   J., 

and  Brown.) 
Brown,    Stewart,    Chicago,    111.      Hand-propelled    vehicle. 

No.   1,410,449 ;   Mar.   21. 
Brown,    Stewart,    Chicago,    111.      Water    vaporizer.      No. 

1,431,719;    Oct.    10. 
Brown,  Theodore  H.,  assignor  of  one-third  to  C.  E.  Oven- 
shire,   one-third  to  J.  C.  MacDonald,  and  one-third  to 

E.   C.   Ovenshire,   Minneapolis,   Minn.     Nut   lock.      No. 

1,424,277;    Aug.    1. 
Brown,  Theophilus.  assignor  to  Deere  and  Company,  Mo- 
line,  111.     Motor  cultivator.     No.  1,411,476  ;  Apr.  4. 
Brown,  Theophilus,  assignor  to  Deere  &  Company,  Moline, 

111.     Tractor  hitch.    No.  1,418,228  ;  May  30. 
Brown,  Theophilus,  assignor  to  Deere  and  Company,  Mo- 
line,   111.      Lister    motor    cultivator.       No.    1,426,544 ; 

Aug.   22. 
Brown,  Theodore  P.,  et  al.,  trustees.     (See  White,  Frank 

C,   assignor.) 
Brown,  Thomas  A..  Broken  Arrow,  Okla.     Tumping  outfit. 

No.  1,431,095  ;  Oct.  3. 
Brown,  Thomas  E.     (See  Hoover,  W.  W.,  and  Brown.) 
Brown,    Thomas    B.,    and    J.    N.    Etheredge,    Macon,    Ga. 

Attachment  for  lathes.     No.  1,407,249  ;  Feb.  21. 
Brown,  Thomas  E„  Jr.,  Morristown,  N.  J.    Bascule  bridge. 

No.  1,406,259  ;  Feb.  14. 
Brown,  Thomas  J.  W.,  Washington,  D.  C.     Pin  fastener. 

No.   1,433,173;  Oct.   24. 
Brown,    Thomas    R.,    Sparkill,    N.    Y.,    assignor   ito    The 

Westinghouse    Air    Brake    Company,    Wilmerdlng,    Pa. 

Combined   car   and   electric   coupling.     No-    1,412,384 ; 

Apr.  11. 
Brown,    Vernon    M.,    Anthony,    Kans.      Trapper's    spring 

gun.     No.   1,424,614;  Aug.   1. 
Brown,  Walter.     (See  Brown,  William  and  W.) 
Brown,   Walter  A.,    Los   Angeles,    Calif.      Separating  and 

topping    hydrocarbons    from    a    water    mixture.       No. 

1,419,610;    June    13. 
Brown,  Walter  D.  R,.  and  W.  T.  Pickston,  Bolton,  England. 

Apparatus  for  automatic  and  continuous  analysis  and 

recording  of  gases.     No.  1,422,080  ;  July  11. 
Brown,  Walter  H.,  Pasadena,  Calif.     Low-pressure  alarm 

for  pneumatic   tires.     No.   1,424,278  ;  Aug.  1. 
Brown,    Walter    R.,    Decatur,    111.      Invalid    bed.      No. 

1,407,631  ;  Feb.  21. 
Brown,  Watson  A.,  Rochester,  N.  Y.    Autographic  camera. 
-     No.    1.402,833  ;    Jan.    10. 
Brown,   Watson  A.,  Rochester,  N.  Y.     Recording  camera. 

No.  1,413,253  ;  Apr.  18. 
Iliown,  Wilbur  F.,  Charleston,  W.  Va.,  assignor  to  The 

Libbey-Owens  Sheet  Glass  Company,  Toledo,  Ohio.    Stir- 
ring  molten   glass  in   continuous  tank  furnaces.     No. 

!  414,008;  Apr.  25, 
Brown,  Willard  W.     (See  Rogers,  Charles  L.,  and  M.  C, 

and  Brown.) 
Brown.  William,  Osakis,  Minn.     Spraying   machine.     No. 

1,433,174  ;  Oct.  24. 
Brown,   William  and  W.,  assignors  to  Wra.   Simons  and 

Company,    Limited,    Renfrew,    Renfrewshire,    Scotland. 

Dredger.    No.  1,408,498  ;  Mar.  7. 
Brown,    William    C,    assignor   to    J.    K.    Rush,    Syracuse, 

N.  Y.    Weed  attachment  for  fishing  bait.    No.  1,419,540  ; 

June  13. 
Brown,     William    F.,     San    Antonio,    Tex.      Trailer    for 

land  vehicles.     No.   1,404,575  ;  Jan.  24. 
Brown,  William  H.,  assignor  to  H.  H.  Franklin  Mfg.  Com- 
pany,    Syracuse,     N.   Y.       Calculating    machine.      No. 

1,426,710;   Aug.    22. 
Brown,    William    H.   A.,    assignor  of   one-half  to   H.    G. 

Clark    and    one-half    to    J.    H.    Bentley,    Chicago,    111. 

Window-cleaning  device.     No.  1,419,356;  June  13. 
Brown,  William  H.  A.,  assignor  to  J.  H.  Bentley,  Chicago, 

111.     Bottle  stopper  or  closure.     No.  1,436,645  ;  Nov.  28. 
Brown,    William    I.,    Syracuse,    N.    Y.      Attachment    for 

violins      and     analogous      string      instruments.        No. 

1,422,827  ;  July  18. 
Brown,  William  J.,  New  York.  N.  Y.     Device  for  boring 

connecting   rods.      No.    1,414,337;   May    2. 
Brown,  William  J.,  assignor  to  H.  W.  Beach,  Newark,  N.  J. 

Spraying  nozzle.     No.   1,430.533  :  Oct.  3. 
Brown,   William  L.,  Gloversville,   N.  Y.     Traffic  guide  or 

signal.     No.  1,414,173  ;  Apr.  25. 
Brown,  William  M.,  Johnstown,  Pa.     Switch  stand.     No. 

1.416,397;  May  16. 


Brown,   William  M.,   and   H.  F.   A.   Kleinschmidt,   Johns- 
town, Pa.    Clamping  mechanism.   No.  1,433.600;  Oct.  31. 
Brown,  William  M.,  C.  Burton,  and  S.  C.  Weeks,  Johns- 
town,   Pa.      Switch   stand.      No.    1,431,365 ;   Oct.   10.- 
Brown,   William  P.,   and  G.   M.   Brittain,   San   Francisco, 
Calif.    Mixer  for  welding  torches.    No.  1,414,454  ;  May  2. 
Brown,  William  P.,  T.  A.  Errett,  and  G.  M.  Brittain,  San 
Francisco,  Calif.   Cutting  tip  for  torches.   No.  1,439,861 ; 
Dec.   26. 
Brown,   William    R.,   Oakville,   Manitoba,   Canada.      Tort- 
able  building.     No.  1,433.777  ;  Oct.  31. 
Brown,  William  S.     (See  Davis,  C.  W.,  and  Brown.) 
Brown,   William   S.,   Wallace,   Idaho.     Ore-separating  de- 
vice.    No.  1,423,751  ;  July  25. 
Brown,  Winfred  A.     (See  Watters,  G.  M.,  and  Brown.) 
Brown  &  Bigelow.      (See   Fischer,  Howard   L.,   assignor.) 
Brown  &  Bigelow.      (See  Kristofek,   Frank  J.,   assignor.) 
Brown  &  Bigelow.      (See  Richards,   Frank  F.,  assignor.) 
Brown  &  Bigelow.     (See  Welcker,  Paul  H.,  assignor.) 
Brown  &  Sharpe  Manufacturing  Company.      (See  Parker, 

John  W.,  assignor.) 
Brownback,  Henry  L.,  Norristown,  assignor,  by  mesne  as- 
signments, to  T.  O'Leary,  Philadelphia,  Pa.     Explosive 
engine.     No.  1,414,009  ;  Apr.  25. 
Browne,  Charles  A.,  Brockton,  Mass.     Hand  wheel.     No. 

1,433,118;   Oct.   24. 
Browne,  Frank  A.,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  The  Barber 
Asphalt    Company,    Philadelphia,    Pa.      Tandem    roller. 
No.  1,421,665  ;  July  4. 
Browne,    Hugh    M.,    Washington,    D.    C.       Signal.      No. 

1,438,576  ;  Dec.  12. 
Browne,  Hugh  M.,  assignor  of  one-fifth  to  A.  Taconelli, 
Washington,    D.    C.     Furnace    draft    controller.     No. 

1.405.749  ;  Feb.  7. 

Browne,  John  D.,  Springfield,  Mass.     Band-joining  device. 

No.  1,415,918;  May  16. 
Browne,    Joseph   A.,    Portland,   Oreg.     Stone   raker.     No. 

1.405.750  ;   Feb.  7. 

Browne,  Theodore  C,  Belmont,  Mass.,  and  C.  F.  Brush, 
Jr.,  Cleveland,  Ohio,  assignors  to  American  Thermo- 
phone  Company,  Boston,  Mass.  Thermophone  and 
making  it.     No.  1,407,726;  Feb.  28. 

Browne,  Warren  A.,  Hempstead,  N.  Y.  Toy.  No. 
1,421,161  ;  June  27. 

Brownell,  Charles  O.,  Battle  Creek,  Mich.  Wrapping  ma- 
chine.    No.  1,416,165  ;  May  16. 

Brownell,  George  L.,  Worcester,  Mass.  Friction  device 
for  twisting  and  like  machines.  No.  1,409,824 ; 
Mar.  14. 

Brownell,  John  R.,  Dayton,  Ohio.  Combined  tire  carrier 
and  casing.     No.  1,426,455  ;  Aug.  22. 

Brownfield,  Walter  J.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Transmission  band. 
No.  1,406,440;  Feb.  14. 

Browning.    George,     Chicago,     111.       Safety    razor.        No. 

1.436.751  ;    Nov.    28. 

Browning,  John  B.,  Camden,  N.  J.,  assignor,  by  mesne 
assignments,  of  fiftv-one  one-hundredths  to  The  Bruns- 
wick-Balke-Collender  Company.  Talking-machine  cabi- 
net and  amplifier.     No.   1.402,738;   Jan.   10. 

Browning,  John  M.,  Ogden,  Utah.  Firearm.  No. 
1,424,553  ;    Aug.    1. 

Browning,  Roy  C,  Williamsport,  Pa.  Rafter  framer.  No. 
1,412,162;  Apr.  11. 

Huelva,    Spain.      Production    of 
from     sulphurous     gases.       No. 


Huelva,    Spain.      Extraction    of 


Price-marking 
W.,   and    Bru- 


Browning,    Walter    J., 

hydrogen      sulphide 

1,407,323  ;  Feb.  21. 

Browning,    Walter    J., 

metals.     No.  1,407,324  ;  Feb.  21. 

Brownlee,  Alexander,  San  Diego,  Calif.  Reenforced  con- 
crete construction  for  piers,  bulkheads,  sea  walls,  and 
dry   docks.      No.  .1,414,620  ;   May    2. 

Brownson,  Ralph,  Hastings,  Minn.  Mop  wringer.  No. 
1,426,456;    Aug.    22. 

Broz,    George    F.,    San    Francisco,    Calif, 
device.     No.   1,439,400;   Dec.   19. 

Bruback,   Theodore   M.      (See   Linaker,   F. 
back.) 

Brubaker,  Gordon  M.,  jr.,  assignor  to  W.  L.  Brubaker  & 
Bros.  Company,  Millersburg,  Pa.  Stay-bolt  tap.  No. 
1,434,870  ;  Nov.  7. 

Brubaker,  W.  L.,  &  Bros.  Company.  (See  Brubaker, 
Gordon  M.,  jr.,  assignor.) 

Brubaker,  William  A.,  Akron,  Ohio.  Cushion  tire.  No. 
1,414,252;  Apr.  25. 

Bruce,  Albert  R.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Armor  for  pneumatic 
tires.     No.   1,409,522  ;  Mar.   14. 

Bruce,  Alfred  W.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Locomotive  driving 
connection.     No.  1,413,317  ;  Apr.  18. 

Bruce,  Alfred  W.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Lateral-motion  ap- 
pliance for  locomotive  driving  boxes.  No.  1,414,455; 
May    2. 

Bruce,  Alfred  W.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Lateral-motion  appli- 
ance for  locomotive  driving  boxes.    No.  1,414,456  ;  May  2. 

Bruce,  Alfred  W.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Lateral-motion  ap- 
pliance for  locomotive  driving  boxes.  No.  1,428,625 ; 
Sept.  12. 

Bruce,  Carl  W.,  Toronto,  Ontario,  Canada.  Screening  ap- 
paratus.    No.  1,405,269  ;  Jan.  31. 

Bruce.  George,  K.     (See  Benson,  D.,  and  Bruce.) 

Bruce,  John  A.     (See  Marshall,  Ci.  R.,  and  Bruce.) 

Bruce,  John  S.,  Birmingham,  England.  Fastener  fot 
hinged  doors  or  windows  such  as  the  doors  of  show 
•cases   and    the   like.      No.    1,438.894  ;   Dec.    12. 


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Bruce,  Olof  L.,  and  E.  Aze,  Minneapolis,  Minn.     Vulcaniz- 
ing core.    No.  1,408,980  ;  Mar.  7. 
Bruce.  Thomas  J.,  Chicago,  111.     Luhricating  system.     No. 

1.435,103  :  Nov.  7. 
Bruce,    William    J..    Escanaba,    Mich.      Magazine    hinder. 

No.    1,430,857  ;    Nov.    28. 
Bruce,  William  M.,  et  al.     (See  Galopin,  Henri,  assignor.) 

Bruck,  Edward,  Spokane,  Wash.     Combined  humidifier  and 

palette    attachment.      No.    1,414,338;    May    2. 
Bruck,   Herman   F.,    Galion,   Ohio.      Attachment   for   food 

grinders.      No.    1,427,719 ;    Aug.    29. 
Bruck,    William    A.,    Pearl    River,    N.    Y.      Fowl    cleaner. 
No.   1,421.397;  July  4. 

Binder,  Albert  A.,  Holly,  Mich.  Furnace.  No.  1,419,011 ; 
June  6. 

Brudcr,  Edmund,  Chicago,  assignor  to  H.  I.  Koppelman, 
Wilmette,  111.     Dispenser.     No.  1,411,477;  Apr.  4. 

Bruder,  Edmund,   Chicago,  assignor  to  H.   I.  Koppelman, 

Wilmette.  111.     Dispenser.     No.  1,415,218  ;  May  9. 
Bruder,   Edmund,   Chicago,   assignor  of  one-half  to  H.   I. 
Koppelman,   Wilmette,    111.     Paper  towel   and  like  ma- 
chine.     No.    1,424,709;    Aug.   1. 

Brueck,  Joseph,  and  N.  Salter,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Fountain 
comb.     No.   1.408,262  ;   Feb.   28. 

Bruening,  Joseph  G.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Windshield.  No. 
1,429,223  ;   Sept.  19. 

Brugler,  Elmer  G.,  Rochester,  N.  Y.  Auto  signaling  de- 
vice.    No.  1,406,532  ;  Feb.  14. 

Bruhn,  Friedrich  W.  6.,  Wilmersdorf,  near  Berlin,  Ger- 
many. Fare  indicator  for  vehicles.  No.  1,436,646 ; 
Nov.   28. 

Bruhn,  George  C,  Jr.,  Wheeling,  W.  Va.  Liquid-fuel-deliv- 
ery  device.     No.  1,402,565  ;  Jan.  3. 

Bruhn,  (iustav  A.,  Harburg-on-the-Elbc,  assignor  to  Fried. 
Krupp  Aktiengesellschaft,  Essen-on-the-Rubr.  Germany. 
Process  of  and  apparatus  for  aging  and  disintegrating 
superphosphate  masses.'    No.  1,430.621  ;  Oct.  3. 

Bruman,    Otto    F.      (See    Graetzer,    O.,    and    Bruman.) 

Bruman,  Otto  F.,  Zurich-Enge,  assignor  to  Festa  A.  G., 
Zurich,  Switzerland.  Water  -  heating  faucet.  No. 
1,429,060  ;  Sept.  12. 

Brumbaek,  Thomas  J.,  Cape  Girardeau,  Mo.  Building 
wall.     No.  1,432,962  ;  Oct.  24. 

Brumbaugh,  John  II.,  Wilmette,  111.,  assignor  to  Automatic 
Sprinkler  Companv  of  America,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Meter 
alarm  valve.     No.  1,414,723  ;  May  2. 

Brumme.  Frank  J.,  Cooksville,  111.  Speed-control  device 
for  internal  -  combustion  engines.  No.  1,410,796 ; 
Mar.  28. 

Brumitt,  Emmett  A.     (See  Smith,  William  A.,  assignor.) 

Brun,  Gaetan,  Paris,  France.  Self-propelling  travelling 
crane.     No.   1,408,263  ;  Feb.   28. 

Brun,  Joseph,  Chaux  de  Fond,  Switzerland,  assignor  of  one- 
half  to  C.  F.  Depollier,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Watch,  etc. 
No.  1,418,427  ;  June  6. 

Bruncken,  Johannes,  Coln-Bickendorf,  Germany.  Starting 
induction   motors.     No.   1,437,886 ;   Dec.   5. 

Brundage,  Harry,  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  assignor  to  G.  W. 
Koerner,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Paper  file  and  binder.  No 
1,423,076  ;  July  18. 

Brundage,  Lowell  M.,  Thompson,  Pa.  Pin  inserter  and 
remover.     No.  1.425,447  ;  Aug.  8. 

Brune,  Ileinrich,  and  H.  Horst,  Frankfort-on-the-Main, 
Germany,  assignors  to  The  Corporation  of  Gesellschaft 
fiir  Maschinelle  Druckentwasserung  mit  beschrankter 
Haftung,  at  Uerdingen,  Niederrhein,  Germany.  Utiliz- 
ing coal  slimes.    No.  1.416,546  ;  May  16. 

Brunei],  Homer  A.     (See  Bnrtnett.  Everett  E..  assignor.) 

Brunell.  Joseph,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  United  Shoe 
Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Method  for  use 
in  the  manufacture  of  shoes.     No.  1,418,359  ;  June  6. 

Brunelle,  Wilfrid  A..  South  Hadlev  Falls,  Mass.  Renew- 
able fuse.     No.  1,414,977  ;  May  2. 

Brunei-,  Robert  L.,  Corinth,  Miss.  Sampling  apparatus. 
No.  1,418,065  ;  May  ?0. 

Bruner,  Simon,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Watch  casing.  No. 
1,404,090;  Jan.   17. 

Brunett,  Dewitt  A..  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Auxiliary  hot 
water  and  heating  system.     No.  1.402,045  ;  Jan.   3. 

Brunett,  Dewitt  A.,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Hot-air  furnace. 
(Reissue.)      No.  15,372;  June  6. 

Brunig.  Frederick  II.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Pneumatic-tire- 
defiation  signal.     No.  l,4li,705  ;  Apr.  4. 

Brunner,  Albert.  Santa  Barbara,  Calif.  Electric  chime 
clock.     No.  1.414,253;  Apr.  25. 

Brunner,  Alexander,  Newark,  N-.  J.  Oil  gauge  for  internal- 
combustion   engines.     No.   1,419,012  ;   June  6. 

Brunner,  Earl  H.,  New  Albany,  Ind.  Rail  joint.  No. 
1.403,938  ;   Jan.  17. 

Brunner,  Hans.  Amsterdam,  Netherlands.  Locking  device. 
No.  1,413,572  ;  Apr.  25. 

Brunner.  Hans,  assignor  to  Essex  Rubher  Company,  Tren- 
ton. N.  J.     Scraper.     No.  1,411,907  ;  Apr.  4. 

Brunner.  Herbert  R..  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
Van  Kannel  Revolving  Door  Company,  New  York.  N.  Y. 
Air.-preheating  device  for  furnaces.  No.  1.430,936 ; 
Oct.  3. 

Brunner,  Herbert  R..  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
Van  Kannel  Revolving  Door  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
Air-preheating  device  for  stoves  and  furnaces.  No. 
1.433,601  :  Oct.  31. 

Brunner,   Richard.       (See   Lieberherr,    J.,    and    Brunner.) 

Brunner,  Rudolph.     (See  Seib,  L.,  and  Brunner.) 


Brunner,  Walter.     (See  Schmidlin,  J.,  and  Brunner.) 

Bruno,  Carlo,  Turin,  Italy.  Springing-suspension  device 
for  cycles.     No.   1,412,012  ;   Apr.   4. 

Bruno,  Michael  A.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Amusement  device. 
No.  1,416,783;  May  23. 

Bruns,  Alfred  E.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Container.  No. 
1,425,236  ;   Aug.   8. 

Bruns,  August,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Bag.  No.  1,426,814 ; 
Aug.   22. 

Brunson,  James  I.,  et  al.      (See  Butler,  Israel,  assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender  Company,  The.  (See  Bishop, 
Joseph  W.,  assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender  Company,  The.  (See  Brown- 
ing, John  B.,  assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender  Company,  The.  (See  Iledens- 
koog,   Ernest,   assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender  Company,  The.  (See  Nystrom, 
M.,    and    Spring,    assignors.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender  Company,  The.  (Sec  Nystrom, 
Martin,  assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender  Company.  (See  Thomson,  P., 
and    Whelan,   assignors.) 

Brunswick-Kroeschell  Company.  (See  Couch,  Frederick 
F.,    assignor.) 

Brunswick-Kroeschell  Company.  (See  Jones,  Walter,  as- 
signor.) 

Brush,  Alanson  P.      (See  Nacker,  Owen   M.,  assignor.) 

Brush,  Alanson  P.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Antifriction  "bearing. 
No.  1,404,430;  Jan.  24. 

Brush,  Alanson  P.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Muffler.  No.  1,426,352  ; 
Aug.   22. 

Brush,  Alanson  P.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Antifriction  bearing. 
No.  1,426,353  ;  Aug.  22. 

Brush,  Alanson  P.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Charge-producing  de- 
vice for  internal-combustion  engines.  No.  1,430,792 ; 
Oct.   3. 

Brush,  Alanson  P.,  Detroit,  Mich.,  Manifold  for  internal- 
combustion  engines.     No.  1.437,395  ;  Dec.  5. 

Brush,  Alanson  P.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Internal-combustion 
engine  and  operating  the  same.     No.  1,437,396  ;  Dec.  5. 

Brush,  Charles  F.,  Jr.      (See  Browne,  T.  C,  and  Brush.) 

Brush,  Leroy  E.,  Elgin,  111.  Expansible  reamer.  No. 
1,409,825  ;  Mar.  14. 

Brusbwiler,  Robert,  and  A.  Otto,  Detroit,  Mich.,  as- 
signors to  Morgan  &  Wright.  Machine  for  mounting 
tires  on   sealing  rings.      No.   1,431,366;    Oct.    10. 

Bruun,  Sigurd,  Fredericksberg,  Denmark.  Mold  for  con- 
crete  beams.     No.    1,423,708 ;   July   25. 

Bruyn,  Havik,  Birmingham,  Ala.  Composition  for  pre- 
serving fahrics.     No.   1,437,397  ;   Dec.  5. 

Bryan,  George  A.,  Peru,  Ind.  Water-level  indicator.  No. 
1,406,926;  Feb.  14. 

Bryan,  Herbert  N.      (See  Ewing,  C.  M.,  and  Bryan.) 

Bryan,  Leon  O.,  assignor  to  E.  I.  du  Pont  de  Nemours  & 
Company,  Wilmington,  Del.  Explosive  composition.  No. 
1,420,364  ;   June  20. 

Bryan,  William  II.,  Jr.,  Fresno,  assignor  to  G.  D.  Bobo, 
Napa,  Calif.     Bench  vise.     No.  1,417,025  ;  May  23. 

Bryant,  Asa  IT.  (See  Long,  J.  M„  A.  U.,  and  C.  A.  Bry- 
ant.) 

Bryant,  Charles  A.  (See  Long,  J.  M.,  A.  U.,  and  C.  A. 
Bryant.) 

Bryant  Electric  Company.  (See  Anderson,  Carl  E.,  as- 
signor.) 

Bryant  Electric  Company,  The.  (See  Catlin,  I-Ioyt,  as- 
signor.) 

Bryant  Electric  Company,  The.  (See  Goodridge,  Gilbert 
W.,   assignor.) 

Bryant  Electric  Company,  The.  (See  Stendahl,  Ludwig  K., 
assignor.) 

Bryant  Electric  Company,  The.  (See  Thomas,  George  B.. 
assignor.) 

Bryant  Electric  Company,  The.  (See  Tizley,  Arthur  J., 
assignor.) 

Bryant,  Elmer  J.,  and  C.  G.  Johnson,  assignors  to  The 
Taft-Peirce  Manufacturing  Company,  Woo'nsocket,  R.  I 
Ring  thread  gauge.     No.  1,433,528  ;  Oct.  31. 

Bryant,  Everett  B.,  assignor  to  American  Engineering 
Company,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Operating  mechanism  for 
automatic  stokers.     No.  1,416,547;  May  16. 

Bryant,    Frank    E.      (See   Loy,    William    C,    assignor.) 

Bryant,  Frederic  J.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Ladder.  No. 
1,406,972  ;   Feb.   21. 

Bryan,  George,  Spokane,  Wash.  Scrubbing  pail.  No. 
1,428,528;   Sept.  5. 

Bryant,  Herbert  J.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Spring  fastener. 
No.  1,431,929  ;   Oct.  17. 

Bryant.  Richard  S.,  assignor,  bv  mesne  assignments,  to 
The  Standard  Parts  Companv,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Vehicle 
wheel  rim.     No.  1,430.213  ;  Sept.  26. 

Bryant,  Richard  S.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
The  Standard  Parts  Company.  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Rim 
for  vehicle  wheels.     No.  1,439,941 ;  Dec.  26. 

Bryant,  Richard  S.,  deceased,  Cleveland,  Ohio,  by  The 
Standards  Parts  Company,  Cleveland,  Ohio,  assignee. 
Demountable  vehicle  wheel  rim.  (Reissue.)  No. 
15,468  :  Oct.  17. 

Bryant,  Stephen  O.,  Bethany,  Mo.  Post  and  brush  puller, 
No.   1,427,576;  Aug.  29. 

Bryant,  Thomas,  Santa  Monica,  Calif.,  assignor  of  one- 
half  to  G.  S.  Holmes,  Salt  Lake  City,  Utah.  Baggage 
carrier.     No.   1,409,437  ;  Mar.   14. 

Bryant,  Thomas  W.,  Torrington,  Conn.  Roller  bearing. 
No.  1,429,224  ;  Sept.  19. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FEOM    THE 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Bryant,  William  T.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  E.  R.  Ratcliff, 
Shreveport,  La.  Treatment  of  petroleum.  No.  1,403,145  ; 
Jan.  10. 

Bryar,  George,  Boston,  Mass.  Trolley.  No.  1,419,955 ; 
June  20. 

Bryce,  James  W.,  Bingharnton,  assignor  to  The  Interna- 
tional Time  Kecording  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
Time  recorder.     No.  1,412,839  ;  Apr.  18. 

Bryce,  James  W.,  Binghamton,  assignor  to  International 
Time  Recording  Company  of  New  York,  Endicott,  N.  Y. 
Recording  lock.     No.  1,417,715;  May  30. 

Brymer,  Park  V.,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.  Windmill.  No. 
1,407,373  ;  Feb.  21. 

Brynoldt,  Christian,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Blaw- 
Knox  Company.  Mold  apparatus  for  concrete  bridges 
and  the  like.    No.  1,402,143  ;  Jan.  3. 

Brynoldt,  Christian,  Pittsburgh,  assignor  to  Blaw-Knox 
Company,  Hoboken,  Pa.  Wall  form  or  mold.  No. 
1,413,705  ;  Apr.  25. 

Bryon,  Benn  A.,  Ridgefleld,  Conn.  Demountable  wheel 
and  hub  construction.     No.  1,438,895  ;  Dec.  12. 

Bryon,  Robert  J.,  et  al.     (See  Heller,  Jesse  B.,  assignor.) 

Bryon,  William  J.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Door  closer  and 
check.     No.  1,421,666;  July  4. 

Bryson,  John  M.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Key  holder.  No. 
1,436,694;    Nov.    28. 

Bryson,  Tandy  A.,  Troy,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Tolburst  Ma- 
chine Works.  Ventilated  driving  mechanism.  No. 
1,434,770  ;   Nov.   7. 

Bryson,  Walter  S.,.  et  al.     (See  Dungan,  John  E.,  assignor.) 

Brzazowsky,  Oscar  W.,  and  E.  McWilliams,  Alpena,  S.  Dak. 
Door  attachment  for  shelling-machine  hoppers.  No. 
1,434,647  ;  Nov.  7. 

Brzezicki,  John,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Safety  lock  for  trunks 
and  the  like.     No.  1,406,822  ;  Feb.  14. 

Brzostowski,  Alexander,  Mount  Carmel,  Pa.  Track-rail 
fastener.     No.  1,438,577  ;   Dec.  12. 

Brzozowski,  Joseph,  Wilkes-Barre,  Pa.  Motor  fan.  No. 
1,426,256  ;  Aug.   15. 

Brzyski,  Joe,  and  W.  Felski,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Wash- 
boiler.     No.  1,426,257:  Aug.  15. 

Bubb,  Charles  Lv,  Williamsport,  assignor  to  Westing- 
house  Air  Brake  Company,  Wllmerding,  Pa.  Auto- 
matic oiler.      (Reissue.)      No.   15,267 ;  Jan.   17. 

Buberl,  Carl.  Detroit,  Mich.  Apparatus  for  indicating 
porosity.     No.  1,421.903  ;  July  4. 

Bublitz,  William  Jr.,  Elkhorn,  Wis.  Cramping  form  for 
violin  bouts.     No.  1,415,144  ;  May  9. 

P.uc,  Hyym  E.,  Roselle.  N.  J.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assign- 
ments, to  Standard  Development  Company,  New  York, 
N.  Y.  Producing  isopropyl  chloride  from  isopropyl 
alcohol.     No.    1,436,377 ;    Nov.    21. 

Buc,  Hyym  E.,  Roselle,  N.  J.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assign- 
ments, to  Standard  Development  Company,  New  York, 
N.  Y.  Chlorination  ol  Isopropyl  alcohol.  No.  1,436,378  ; 
Nov.  21. 

Buc,  Hyym  E.,  Roselle,  N.  J.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assign- 
ments, to  Standard  Development  Company,  New  York, 
N.  Y.  Separation  of  chloracetones.  No.  1,436,940 ; 
Nov.    28. 

Buccicone,  Dario.  Canonsburg,  Pa.  Feeding  mechanism 
for  tinning  machines.     No.  1,422,535  ;  July  11. 

Bucev.  Harold  O..  Tacoma,  Wash.  Facing  device  for  Igni- 
tion contact  points.    No.  1,402,046  ;  Jan.  3. 

Buch,  Max,  Detroit,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
Edwards  Corporation,  Jackson,  Mich.  Top  for  motor 
vehicles  and  the  like.     (Reissue.)     No.  15,499;  Dec.  5. 

Buch,  Rover  S..  York,  Pa.  Liquid-measuring  apparatus. 
No.  1,434,807  ;  Nov.  7. 

Buchan,  George,  sr.,  Mansfield,  Ohio.  Chute  support. 
No.  1,423,643  ;  July  25. 

Buchanan,  Claude  S.,  Dayton,  Ohio.  Filing  device.  No. 
1,436.572  ;  Nov.  21. 

Buchanan,  Cyrus,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  and  C.  C.  Johnson, 
Richmond,  Va.  Guide  for  current  collectors.  No. 
1,405,270:  Jan.  31. 

Buchanan,  Cyrus  B.      (See  Randlett,  Willie  O.,  assignor.) 

Buchanan,  Cyrus  B.,  and  C.  C.  Johnson,  Richmond,  Va. 
Currwit   collector.     No.   1,403,891 ;  Jan.  17. 

Buchanan,  Judsoa,  Chattanooga,  Tenn.,  assignor,  by  mesne 
assignments,  to  International  Harvester  Company,  Chi- 
cago, 111.    Plow.    No.  1,409,076  ;  Mar.  7. 

Buchanan,  Robert  M.,  Brooksburg,  Ind.  Propeller-blade 
control.     No.  1,438,093  ;  Dec.  5. 

Buchbinder,  Adolph  W.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Spoon.  No. 
1,438,018;   Dec.   5. 

Buchenberg,  Alvin  E.,  assignor  to  Industrial  .Research 
Corporation.  Toledo,  Ohio.  Engine  starter.  No. 
1.413,318:  Apr.  18. 

Bucher,  William  W.,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor,  by  mesne 
assignments,  to  Kohler  Company,  Kohler,  Wis.  Auto- 
matic electric  generating  unit.     No.  1,422.027;  July  4. 

Buchere,  Herbert  C,  Charleston,  S.  C.  Refrigerating  ap- 
paratus.     No.    1,419.215;    .Tunr    13. 

Biichi,    Jakob,    Zurich,    Switzerland.       Device    for    sepa- 
rating sand  carried    in   watercourses.     No.   1,431,367 
Oct.    10. 

Buchli,  Jacob,  assignor  to  Aktiengesellschaft  Brown 
Boveri  &  Cie,  Baden,  Switzerland.  Shaft  coupling.  No 
1,428,750  ;   Sept.   12. 

Buchrnan.  Edward  H.,  assignor  to  Bippart,  Griscom  & 
Osborn.  Npwark.  N.  J.  Joint  for  bracelet  links.  No 
1,410,366  ;  Mar.  21. 


Buchner,  Karl,  and  F.   Stiicklein.   Schweinfurt,   Germany. 

Football  and  other  sportball.     No.  1,436,630  ;  Nov.  21. 
Buchner,   Max,   Hanover-Kleel'eld,   Germany.     Fixing  syn- 
thetical nitric  acid.     No.  1,427,441 ;  Aug.  29. 
Buthsbaum.  Samuel,  Chicago,  111.     Calipering  device.     No. 

1.413,319;  Apr.  18. 
Buchsbaum.  Samuel,  Chicago,  111.     Clasp.     No.  1,428,678  : 

Sept.  12. 
Bnchter,  Emil.    (See  Maag,  M.,  and  Buchter.) 
Buck,     Abton     A.,     Zurich,     Switzerland.       Thermostatic 

circuit  closer.     No.  1,408,168  ;  Feb.  28. 
Buck,    Abton    A.,    Zurich,    Switzerland.      Electric    heater. 

No.  1,429,402  ;   Sept.  19. 
Buck,   Charles    P.,   Topeka,   Kans.      Machine  for   bending 

angle  iron.     No.  1,428,001  ;  Sept.  5. 
Buck,   Clarence  C,  assignor  to  The  Standard  Tool    Com- 
pany,    Cleveland,     Ohio.       Reamer.       No.     1,409,921 ; 

Mar.  21. 
Buck,    Edward,    Middletown    Junction,    near    Manchester, 

England.     Means  for  pressing  cop  tubes  on  the  spindles 

of   spinning  machines.     No.   1,435,450;  Nov.  14. 
Buck,  Frank  S.,  Springfield,  Vt.,  assignor  to  Fitz-Empire 

Double  Pivot  Last  Company,  Auburn,  Me.     Last  lathe. 

No.  1,407,727;  Feb.  28. 
Buck,  Frank  S.,  Springfield,  Vt,  assignor  to  Fitz-Empire 

Double  Pivot  Last  Company,  Auburn,  Me.     Last  lathe. 

No.   1,438,978;   Dec.   19. 
Buck,  Fred,  assignor  to  The  Lufkin  Rule  Company,  Sagi- 
naw, Mich.     Folding  rule.     No.  1,432,834  ;  Oct.  24. 
Buck,   Herman  J.,   assignor  to  Mathews  Gravity   Carrier 

Company,    Ellwood    City,    Pa.      Conveying    apparatus. 

No.  1.407,923  ;  Feb.  28. 
Buck,    Homer    A..    Oakland,    assignor   to    G.    Moore,    San 

Francisco,    Calif.      Making   binder   for    pigments.      No. 

1,421,125;  June  27. 
Buck,    John,    Jackson,    Mich.      Railway-car    brake.      No. 

1,436,008;  Nov.  21. 
Buck,  Norman  N.     (See  Wilterding,  F.  E.,  and  Buck.) 
Buck,  Orlando  J.     (See  Bovee,  Ransom  Y„  assignor.) 
Buck,    Thomas    F.,    New    Castle,    Pa.      Safety    fender   for 

automobiles.     No.  1,404,091 ;  Jan.  17. 
Buck,    Thomas   F.,    New    Castle,    Pa.      Safety   fender    for 

automobiles.     No.  1,415,518 ;  May  9. 
Buck,   Thomas   F.,   New   Castle,   Pa.     Safety   fender   for 

automobiles.      No.    1,415,519 ;    May   9. 
Buck.  Thomas  F.,  New  Castle,  Pa.     Safety  fender  for  auto- 
mobiles.    No.    1,434,039 ;   Oct.   31. 
Buck,     Wllmer    G.,     Fremont,     assignor    to    Continental 

Engineering  Corporation,  Omaha,  Nebr.     Valve-rotating 

device.     No.  1,414,499  ;  May  2. 
Buckels,  William  L.,  Fort  Payne,  Ala.     Automobile  spring 

wheel.     No.  1,419,811;  June  13. 
Buckendale,  Lawrence  R.,  U.  S.  Army,  assignor  to  N.  D. 

Baker,   Secretary   of  War,  trustee.     Fuel  pressure-feed 

system.     No.  1,407,374  ;  Feb.  21. 
Buckendale,  Lawrence  R.,   United   States  Army,  assignor 

to  N.  D.   Baker,   Secretary  of  War,  trustee.     Epieyclic 

power    transmission.       No.     1,424,446 ;    Aug.     1. 
Buckendale.     Lawrence     R.,     TJ.     S.     Army,     assignor     to 

N.    D.    Baker,    Secretary    of    War,    trustee.      Multiple 

control  mechanism.     No.  1.425,316  ;  Aug.  8. 
Buckeye    Iron  &  Brass   Works.      (See   Sauer,    George   A., 

assignor.) 
Buckeye    Iron    &   Brass    Works.      (See   Sheppard    O.,   jr., 

and  Trace,   assignors.) 
Buckeye  Iron   &  Brass   Works.      (See   Sheppard,   Orlando, 

jr.,  assignor.) 
Buckeye   Iron  &  Brass  Works.      (See  Trace,   Russell  A., 

assignor.) 
Buckeye  Jack  Manufacturing  Company.  The.     (See  Bates, 

Edmund  C..  assignor.) 
Buckeye  Steel  Castings  Co.,  The.     (See  Whitridge,  J.  C, 

and   Lnrsen,    assignors.) 
Buckeye   Traction    Ditcher    Company.      (See    Krupp,    Leo 

A.',    assignor.) 
Buckeye  Twist  Drill  Company,  The.     (See  Meyers,  John  F., 

assignor.) 
Buckeye  Twist  Drill  Company,  The.     (See  Mulac,  Anthony 

A.,  assignor.) 
Buckham,  George  T.     (See  Dawson,  A.  T.,  and  Buckham.) 
Buckham,  George  T.,  and  J.  I.  Nasmith,  assignors  to  Vick- 

ers    Limited,"  Westminster.    London.    England.      Wire- 
stretching  machine.     No.  1,422,081;  July  11. 
Buckhart,    James    W.,    assignor    to    Port    Orford    Cedar 

Separator    Company,    San    Francisco,    Calif.      Battery- 
spacer-making  machine.     No.  1,404.713 ;  Jan.  24. 
Buckingham,   Charles   L..   Denver,    Colo.      Retort  furnace 

and  condensing  apparatus  for  the   eduction   of  oil  and 

fuel  gas  from  oil  shales  and  oil  sands.     No.  1,425,074  ; 

Aug.  8. 
Buckingham,    Earle,    Hartford,   Conn.,   assignor   to   Pratt 

&  Whitney  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.     Thread-milling 

hob  and  making  same.     No.  1,407,837  ;  Feb.  28. 
Buckingham,  Harry,  et  al.,  administrators.     (See  Mathews, 

Thomas.) 
Buckingham,  Harry  W.,  et  al.,  executors.     (See  Mathews, 

Thomas.) 
Buckingham,  Henry  W.,  et  al.,  executor.     (See  Mathews, 

Thomas.) 
Buckingham,    James    F.,    Coventry,    England.      Cam-shaft 

mounting      for      internal-combustion      engines.         No. 

1,418,282;  June  6. 
Buckingham,    Roswell    H.,    North    Glenside,  ,Pa.      Muntln 

joint.     No.  1,412,163;  Apr.  11. 


UNITED    STATES    PATENT    OFFICE,    1922. 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


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Buckler,  Leon  T.,  Philadelphia.  Pa.  Hydrant-draining 
device.     No.   1,433.110  ;   Oct.  24. 

Buckley,  Duer,  Tyrrell,  Ohio.  Auto  axle  support.  No. 
1,432,963  ;    Oct.   24. 

Buckley,  Edward,  Auburn,  and  J.  J.  White,  Lewiston,  Me., 
assignors  to  United  Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Pater- 
son.  N.  J.  Producing  shoe  forms.  No.  1,412,815  ; 
Apr.  11. 

Buckley,  Edward  H.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Spring-lubricat- 
ing device.     No.  1,413,963  ;  Apr.  25. 

Bucklev,  George  A.,  St.  Andrews,  Wash.  Combined  plow 
and  scraper.     No.  1,409,826  ;  Mar.  14. 

Buckley,  George  11.,  assignor  to  National  Metal  Products 
Company,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Quick-shift  bench  vise. 
No.    1,412,798  ;    Apr.    11. 

Buckley,  George  H.,  assignor  to  National  Metal  Products 
company,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Quick-setting  vise.  No. 
1,415,787  ;   May   9. 

Buckler,  Harry  and  R.,  Louisville,  Ky.  Grinding  plate. 
No.    1,424,615;    Aug.    1. 

Buckley,  Jerry,  Mills,  Calif.  Separating  fruit  from  leaves. 
No.  i ,4 15,985;  May  16. 

Buckley,  Joseph  L.      (See  Bogarty,  H.,  and  Buckley.) 

Buckley,  Ludwig  W.,  West  Somerville,  assignor  to  The 
Goudey  Gum  Co.,  Boston,  Mass.  Synthetic  chicle  com- 
pound and  making  same.     No.  1,438,019  ;  Dec.  5. 

Buckley,  Minerva  R.,  Fort  Scott,  Kans.  Auto  dress.  No. 
1,421,162  ;  June  27. 

Buckley,  Oliver  E.     (See  Snook,  H.  C,  and  Buckley.) 

Buckley,  Oliver  E.     (See  Wold.  P.  I.,  and  Buckley.) 

Buckley.  Oliver  E.,  East  Orange,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  West- 
ern Electric  Company,  Incorporated,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
Method  of  and-  means  for  exhausting  to  low  pressures. 
No.   1.433.25S  ;  Oct.  24. 

Buckley,    Ray.      (See    Buckley,    Harry    and    R.) 

Bucklev,  Thomas  P.,  Scranton,  Pa.  Spring-forming  ma- 
chine.    No.  1.428,626;  Sept.1 12. 

Buckley's.  Benjamin,  Son,  Inc.  (See  Tiffany,  Homer  A., 
assignor.) 

Bucklin,  Charles  S.,  Red  Bank,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Sprague 
Canning  Machinery  Company,  Chicago,  111.  Hand-pack- 
filling  machine.     No.   1,433,672  ;  Oct.  31. 

Bucklin,  Orson,  Marietta,  Minn.  Manure  spreader.  No. 
1,433,175  ;  Oct.  24. 

Buckmau,  Henry  H.,  Jacksonville,  Fla.  Titanium  com- 
plexes and  producing  same.     No.  1,402,256  ;  Jan.  3. 

Buckmau,  lleury  H.,  Jacksonville,  Pla.  Titanium  com- 
plex and  producing  same.     No.  1,410,056  ;  Mar.  21. 

Buckmau,  Henry  H.,  Jacksonville,  Fla.  Pigment  and  pro- 
ducing  same.     No.   1,411,839;   Apr.  4. 

Buckman,  Henry  H,  Jacksonville,  Fla.  Titanium  complex 
and   producing  same.     No.  1,429,841 ;   Sept.  19. 

Buckmau.  llenry  H.,  Jacksonville,  Fla.,  and  G.  A.  Pritch- 
ard.  New  York.  N.  Y.,  assignors  to  Buckman  &  Pritch- 
ard,  Inc..  Jacksonville,  Fla.  Highly-refractory  article. 
No.    1,412,91«V|    Apr.     is. 

Buckman  &  rritchard.  Inc.  (See  Buckman,  H.  H.,  and 
Pritcnard,  assignors.) 

Buckminster,  Ira  C.  (See  Hadaway,  J.  B.,  and  Buck- 
minster.) 

Buckminster,  Ira  C,  Beverly,  Mass.,  assignor  to  United 
Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Con- 
trolling mechanism  for  work-positioning  means.  No. 
1,404,190  ;  Jan.  24. 

Buckminster,  Ira  C,  Beverly,  Mass.,  assignor  to  United 
Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Coating 
apparatus.     No.   1,407,729  ;  Feb.  28. 

Buckminster,  Ira  C,  Beverly,  Mass.,  assignor  to  United 
Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Mechan- 
ical movement.     No.  1,408,439  ;  Mar.  7. 

Bucknam,  Barton  K.,  et  al.  (See  Johnson,  William  A., 
assignor.) 

Bucknam.  Richard  L.,  et  al.  (See  Johnson,  William  A.,  as- 
signor.) 

Bucknam,  Worthy  C,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.,  assignor,  by 
mesne  assignments,  to  Air  Reduction  Company,  In- 
corporated, New  York,  N.  Y.  Pressure  regulator.  No. 
1.427,191 :   Aug.  29. 

Buckner,  Ephraim  E.,  Owosso,  assignor  of  one-fourth  to 
C.  Schossow,  Saginaw,  Mich.  Cutting  block.  No. 
1,404,831 ;  Jan.  31. 

Bucksen,  Walter  L.,  Oakland,  Calif.  Tire-changing  device. 
No.  1,408,928  ;  Mar.  7. 

Buckwalter,  John  T.,  Lancaster,  and  F.  T.  Flinchbaugh, 
York,  Pa. ;  said  Flinchbaugh  assignor  to  said  Buckwal- 
ter.  Valve,  for  milking  machines.  No.  1,416,166 ; 
May  16. 

Bnckwalter,  Leon  G. ;  (See  Hutchinson,  Morton  C,  as- 
signor.) 

Buckwalter,  Leon  G.,  et  al.  (See  Parker,  Arthur,  as- 
signor.) 

Buckwalter,  Tracy  V.,  assignor  to  The  Timken  Roller 
Bearing  Company,  Canton,  Ohio.  Axle  construction  and 
assembling  same.     No.  1,409,133  ;  Mar.  7. 

Buckwalter,  Tracy  Y.,  assignor  to  Timken  Roller  Bearing 
Company,  Canton.  Ohio.  Process  and  apparatus  for 
making  bearing  rolls.    No.  1,419,611  ;  June  13. 

Buckwalter,  Tracy  V.,  assignor  to  Timken  Roller  Bearing 
Company,  Canton,  Ohio.  Antifriction  bearing.  No. 
1,437,833  ;  Dec.  5. 

Buckwalter,  Tracy  V.,  assignor  to  Timken  Roller  Bearing 
Company,  Canton,  Ohio.  Bearing.  No.  1,437,834 ; 
Dec.  5. 


Buckwalter,  Tracy  V.,  assignor  to  The  Timken  Roller 
Bearing  Company,  Canton,  Ohio.  Antifriction  bearing. 
No.    1,439,401 ;   Dec.   19. 

Buckwalter,  Tracy  V.,  assignor  to  The  Timken  Roller 
Bearing  Company,  Canton,  Ohio.  Shaft  bearing.  No. 
1,439,402;   Dec.   19. 

Bucyrus  Company.    (See  Ferris,  W.,  and  Bager,  assignors.) 

Bucyrus  Company.      (See  Ferris,  Walter,  assignor.) 

Bucyrus  Company.      (See   Gage,  Clarence  E.,  assignor.) 

Buda,  Andrew,  Hamilton,  Ontario,  Canada.  Bed.  No. 
1,411,986;   Apr.  4. 

Buda  Company.     (See  Broege,  Robert  J.,  assignor.) 

Budd,  Edward  G.,  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Budd, 
E.  G.,  and  Ledwinka,  assignors.) 

Budd,  Edward  G.,  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Fry, 
Walter  L.,  assignor.) 

Budd,  Edward  G.,  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Led- 
winka,  Joseph,   assignor.) 

Budd,  Edward  G.,  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Maise, 
Herman   C,   assignor.) 

Budd,  Edward  G.,  Manufacturing  Company.  ( See  Weave*. 
Clayton  B.,  assignor.) 

Budd,  Edward  G.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
Budd  Wheel  Company,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Making  wheel 
disks.     No.    1,421,667  ;  July  4. 

Budd,  Edward  G.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
Budd  Wheel  Company,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Wire-spoked 
wheel.     No.  1,424,554;  Aug.  1. 

Budd,  Edward  G.,  and  J.  Ledwinka,  assignor  to  Edward 
G.  Budd  Manufacturing  Company,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
Annealing  metal.     No.   1,427,753 ;   Aug.   29. 

Budd,  Horace,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Grate  bar.  No.  1,429,486  ; 
Sept.   19. 

Budd,  Isaac  D.,  C.  I.  Cronburg,  Chicago,  and  F.  S.  Hurd, 
Oak  Park,  111.,  assignors  to  Western  Electric  Company, 
Incorporated,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Electromechanical 
switching  system.     No.   1,411,478  ;  Apr.  4. 

Budd,  Lester,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Adjustable  air-shutter 
construction  for  furnaces.     No.  1,407,516 ;  Feb.  21. 

Budd  Wheel  Company.  (See  Budd,  Edward  G.,  as- 
signor.) 

Budd  Wheel  Company.     (See  Fine,  Lewis,  assignor.) 

Budd    Wheel    Company.      (See   loach,    Emil,   assignor.) 

Budd  Wheel  Company.     (See  Ledwinka,  Joseph,  assignor.) 

Budd  Wheel  Company.  (See  Schenck,  C,  and  Fine,  as- 
signors.) 

Budd  Wheel  Company.     (See  Schenck,  Charles,  assignor.) 

Budde,  William,  assignor  of  one-half  to  G.  E.  Pfeifer, 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Clothesline  attachment.  No.  1,420,1-78  ; 
June  20. 

Buddie,  George  T.,  Chicago,  111.  Fish  lure.  No.  1,418,229  ; 
May  30. 

Budig,  Friedrich  W.,  Falkenberg-Grunau,  near  Berlin, 
Germany.     Flying  machine.     No.  1,419,447  ;  June  13. 

Budin,  Richard  B.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Toy.  No.  1,424,982  ; 
Aug.   8. 

Budlong,  Emma  I.,  executrix.      (See  Budlong,  Wilbur  F.) 

Budlong,  Wilbur  F.,  deceased,  by  1.  Budlong,  executrix, 
assignor  to  Campbell  &  Budlong  Machine  Works,  San 
Jose,  Calif.     Deep-well  pump.     No.  1.429,487;  Sept.  19. 

Buecher,  Jacob.     (See  Merkel,  H.,  and  Buecher.) 

Buechman,  Frederick  C.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Chart  support 
-for    recording   instruments.      No.    1,415,306;    May    9. 

Buedingen,  William  L.,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Box-tray  sup- 
port.    No.   1,422,028  ;   July  4. 

Buedingen,  William  L.,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Tray  support  for 
boxes.     No.   1.428,500 ;   Sept.   5.- 

Buehle,  Erich,  San  Francisco,  and  E.  C.  Hutchinson, 
Oakland,  assignors  to  Pelton  Water  Wheel  Co.,  San 
Francisco,  Calif.  Safety  control  for  hydraulic  pipe 
lines.     No.   1,421,904  ;  July  4. 

Buehler,  Louis  E.  G.,  Chicago,  111.  Speed-reduction  gear. 
No.  1,408,689  ;  Mar.  7. 

Buell,  William  C,  Jr.,  Osborne  Borough,  and  W.  H. 
Scheib,  Pittsburgh,  assignors  to  Tate-Jones  &  Co.,  Inc., 
Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Hydrocarbon  blast  burner.  No. 
1,404,429  ;  Jan.  24. 

Buente,  Charles  F.,  Avalon,  Pa.  Mold  for  making  con- 
crete articles.     No.   1,431,565 :    Oct.   10. 

Buesch,  William  O.      (See  Bardill,  Paul  H.,  assignor.) 

Bufe,  Otto,  Grand  Marais,  Mich.  Autosleigh  attachment. 
No.   1,425,835;  Aug.  15. 

Buff,  Isador  J.,  Cadogan,  Pa..  Rail  joint.  No.  1,406,533  ; 
Feb.   14. 

Buffalo  Equipment  &  Construction  Company.  (See  Sweet, 
Roger  J.,  assignor.) 

Buffalo  Forge  Company.     (See  Day,  Arthur  A.,  assignor.) 

Buffalo  Forge  Company.  (See  Zimmer,  Gustav  H,  as- 
signor.) 

Buffalo  Foundry  &  Machine  Co.     (See  Engel,  Godfrey,  Sr., 

assignor.) 
Buffalo  Foundry  &  Machine  Company.     (See  Sleeper,  Oliver 

S.,   assignor.) 

Buffalo  Sled  Company,  The.  (See  Dekker,  John  E.,  as- 
signor.) 

Buffalo  Specialty  Company.  (See  Shickluna,  Joseph  J., 
assignor.) 

Buffalo-Springfield    Roller    Company,    The.      (See    Aitken, 

Andrew  W.,   assignor.) 
BufBngton,   Harriet  G.,  Old  Saybroob,  Conn.     Shield  for 

stoves.      No.    1,440,336;    Dec.    26. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Bufford,  George  W.,  Buffalo,  assignor  to  J.  H.  Williams 
&  Company,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Chain  pipe  wrench.  No. 
1,416,685  ;  May  23. 

Buffum,  Frank  W.     (See  Price,  Stephen  C,  assignor.) 

Button,  Frank  H.      (See  Ott,  H.  N.,  and  Button.) 

Bugbee,  Lucian  W.,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Bifocal  lens.  No. 
1,427,577  ;   Aug.   29. 

Bugbee,  Lucian  W.,  assignor  to  Onepiece  Bifocal  Lens 
Company,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Means  tor  polishing  multi- 
local  lenses.     No.  1,406,927  ;  Feb.  14. 

Bugbee,  Lucian  W.,  assignor  to  Onepiece  Bifocal  Lens  Com- 
pany, Indianapolis,  Ind.  Making  bifocal  lenses.  No. 
1,410,367  ;   Mar.    21. 

Bugbee,  Lucian  W.,  assignor  to  Onepiece  Bifocal  Lens 
Company,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Toric-lens  series  and 
making  same.     No.   1,426,146 ;   Aug.   15. 

Bugbee,  Lucian  W.,  assignor  to  Onepiece  Bifocal  Lens 
Company,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Toric-lens  series  and 
making  same.     No.  1,426,147  ;  Aug.   15. 

Bugbee,  Lucian  W.,  assignor  to  Onepiece  Bifocal  Lens 
company,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Toric-lens  series  and 
making  the  same.     No.   1,426,148  ;  Aug.  15. 

Bugbee,  Lucian  W.,  assignor  to  Onepiece  Bifocal  Lens 
Company,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Trifocal  lens  and  making 
the  same.     No.  1,427,192  ;  Aug.  29. 

Bugbee,  Lucian  W.,  Indianapolis,  Ind.,  assignor  to  Ameri- 
can Optical  Company,  Southbridge,  Mass.  Protractor. 
No.  1,408,339;  Feb.  28. 

Bugbee,  Lucian  W.,  assignor  to  American  Optical  Com- 
pany, Southbridge,  Mass.  Bright  and  black  goggles.  No. 
1,420,964;  June  27. 

Bugbee,  Lucian  W.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
Twinsight  Optical  Company,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Mak- 
ing bifocal  lenses.     No.  1,416,444;  May  16. 

Bugbee,  Lucian  W.,  and  K.  L.  Gordon,  assignors  to 
American  Optical  Company,  Southbridge,  Mass.  Lens- 
grinding  machine.     No.  1,439,063  ;  Dec.  19. 

Bugbee   &  Niles  Company.      (See  King  Rufus,   assignor.) 

Bugenhagen,  George  H.,  Minot,  N.  Dak.  Radiator  valve. 
No.   1,417,592  ;   May  30. 

Buhl  Stamping  Company.  (See  Iahlman,  Duncan  J., 
assignor.) 

Buhoup,  Harry  C,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  The  McConway 
&  Torley  Company,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Means  for  detach- 
ably  connecting  adjacent  members.  No.  1,402,566 ; 
Jan.  3. 

Buhr  Joseph  F.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Drill  head  for  drilling 
machines.     No.  1,428,002  ;  Sept.  5. 

Buis,  William  A.,  Boise,  Idaho.  Shock  absorber.  No. 
1,436,147  ;  Nov.  21. 

Buitrago,  Rafael  D.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Suction  duster. 
No.  1,423,993;  July  25. 

Bukachek,  Frank,  and  O.  A.  Garbush,  Pine  City,  Minn. ; 
said  Bukachek  assignor  to  said  Garbush.  Glass-cutting 
board.     No.  1,438,157  ;  Dec.  5. 

Bulev,  Olga  E.,  London,  England.  Hair  slide.  No. 
1,423,644  ;  July  25. 

Bulgach,  John,  Union  City,  Conn.  Safety  box.  No. 
1,402,209  ;  Jan.  3. 

Bulinski,  Antoni,  Aberdeen,  Wash.  Marine  table.  No. 
1,438,020  ;  Dec.  5. 

Bulister,  Martin,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Movable-block  puzzle. 
No.  1.415,625;  May  9. 

Bulka,  Michael,  Gardner,  Mass.,  assignor  to  Astronomical 
Clock  Manufacturing  Company,  Chicago,  111.  Astro- 
nomical clock.     No.  1,416,605  ;  May  18. 

Bull,  Anders,  Chicago,  111.  Alarm  clock.  No.  1,439,064; 
Dec.  19. 

Bull,  Arthur  A.,  assignor  to  General  Motors  Corporation, 
Detroit,  Mich.  Cooling-jacket  construction  for  internal- 
combustion  engines.     No.  1,434,348  ;  Oct.  31. 

Bull,  George  F.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  Charles  H.  Pugh 
Limited,  Birmingham,  England.  Lawn  mower  and  the 
like.     No.  1,416,784;  May  23. 

Bull,  George  F.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  Charles  H.  Pugh, 
Limited,  Birmingham,  England.  Power-driven  lawn 
mower,  roller,  and  the  like.     No.  1,419,916  ;  June  20. 

Bull.  Walter  H.,  Coburg,  Melbourne,  Victoria,  Australia. 
Bulk  storage  and  handling  of  grain.  No.  1,406,928 ; 
Feb.  14. 

Bullard,  Charles  M.,  Appleton,  Wis.  Purification  of  sul- 
phur dioxide.     No.   1,410,535  ;  Mar.  21. 

Bullard,  Edward  P.,  Jr.,  assignor  to  The  Bullard  Machine 
Tool  Co.,  Bridgeport,  Conn.  Hand-operating  means  for 
boring  mills.     No.  1,410,450  ;  Mar.  21. 

Bullard,  Edward  P.,  jr.,  Bridgeport,  Conn.,  assignor  to 
National  Tube  Company,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Tapping  tool 
for  coupling  finishing  machines.    No.  1,436,752  ;  Nov.  28. 

Bullard,   Edwin   W.,   Whitneyville,  assignor  to   The  Peck, 
Stow  &  Wilcox  Company,   Southington,  Conn.     Ratchet 
mechanism.    No.  1,416,316  ;  May  16. 
Bullard.  Frederick  H.,  Springfield,  Mass.     Plier-joint  con- 
struction.    No.   1,428,357 ;   Sept.  5. 

Bullard,  Joseph  W.  C.  (See  Bullard,  Stanley  H.  and 
J.  W.  C.) 

Bullard,  Lester  H.,  San  Leandro,  Calif.     Selective  coupling. 

No.   1,422,536;  July  11. 
Bullard   Machine   Tool  Co.,   The.      (See   Bullard,   Edward 

P.,    Jr.,    assignor.) 
Bullard  Machine  Tool  Company,  The.     (See  Bullard,  Stan- 
ley H.  and  J.  W.  C,  assignors.) 
Bullard,  Stanley  H.  and  J.  W.  C,  assignors  to  The  Bullard 
Machine   Tool   Company,   Bridgeport,    Conn.      Multicut- 
ting   bar.     No.   1,410,451;  Mar.   21. 


Bullard,  Thomas  G.,  Enterprise,  Ala.  Stop  motion  for 
spinning  frames.     No.  1,403,386  ;  Jan.  10. 

Bullen,  Robert  J.     (See  May,  E.,  Jr.,  Bullen,  and  Voight.) 

Buller,  Charles  M.,  assignor  to  L.  J.  Mueller  Furnace  Com- 
pany, Milwaukee,  Wis.  Pipeless  furnace.  No. 
1,422,828  ;  July   18. 

Buller,  Charles  M.,  assignor  to  L.  J.  Mueller  Furnace 
Company,  Milwaukee,  Wis.  Pipeless  furnace.  No. 
1,439,538;  Dec.   19. 

Bulley,  George  W.     (See  Johnston,  Y.  F.,  and  Bulley.) 

Bulley,  George  W.,  St.  Joseph,  Mich.  Continuous  vulcan- 
izing method  and  apparatus.     No.  1,411,706  ;  Apr.  4. 

Bulley,  Louis  T.,  assignor  to  C.  Cowles  &•  Company,  New 
Haven,     Conn.       Window     regulator.       No.     1,430,793 ; 
Oct.   3. 

Bullinger,  Frederic  H:,  Yonkers,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Ward 
Leonard  Electric  Company.  Resistance  unit  and 
making.     No.  1,404,267  ;  Jan.  24. 

Bullinger,  Frederic  H.,  Yonkers,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Ward 
Leonard  Electric  Company.  Electric  controlling  appa- 
ratus.    No.   1,423,907;  July  25. 

Bullington,  James  W.  (See  Parsons,  E.  B.,  and  Bulling- 
ton.) 

Bullington,  John  D.  (See  Westmoreland,  J.  P.,  and  Bul- 
lington.) 

Bullock,  Ambrose  R.,  Boston,  Mass.  Filing  cabinet.  No. 
1,415,307  ;   May  9. 

Bullock,  Charles  F.     (See  Mapelsden,  H.  H.,  and  Bullock.) 

Bullock,  George,  Grand  Junction,  Colo.  Koll-paper  con- 
troller.    No.  1.434,040  ;  Oct.  31. 

Bullock,  George  L.,  Louisville,  Ky.  Repeating  attachment 
for  sound-reproducing  machines.     No.  1,405,751  ;  Feb.  7. 

Bullock,  Percy  W.      (See  Handley,   George,   assignor.) 

Bullock,  Samuel  A.,  Plandome,  assignor  to  Ally  Com- 
pany, Inc.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Rust-preventive  com- 
position.    No.  1,404,511  ;  Jan.  24. 

Bullock,  Thomas  H.,  assignor  to  R.  B.  Cressman,  New 
York,   N.  Y.     Lighting  fixture.     No.  1,434,676  ;  Nov.  7. 

Bullot,  Louis  F.,  Sydney,  New  South  Wales,  Australia. 
Apparatus  for  the  preservation  of  meat  and  other  ali- 
mentary substances.     No.  1,414,859;  May  2. 

Bullum,  Steve,  and  W.  O.  Maxwell,  Los  Angeles,  Calif. 
Spudding  jack.      No.   1,409,438  ;  .Mar.    14. 

Bullwinkel,  Edward  J.      (See  Shaw,   Louis  E.,  assignor.) 

Bulman,  Elvah  O.,  Grand  Rapids,  Mich.  Bag  holder.  No. 
1,422,659  ;  July  11. 

Bulski,  Andrew,  assignor  of  one-half  to  P.  J.  Quinn  and 
one-fourth  to  S.  Sullivan,  Newton,  Mass.  Horseshoe 
calk.     No.   1,424,800;   Aug.   8. 

Biiltemann,  August  F.  E.,  Dresden,  Germany.  Connecting 
the  parts  of  line  insulators.     No.  1.440,003  ;  Dec.  26. 

Bumbaugh.  Albert  A.,  Warsaw,  Ind.  Horseshoe.  No. 
1,403,387  ;   Jan.  10. 

Bumbaugh,  George  L.,  assignor  to  G.  B.  Schley,  'trustee  for 
said  Bumbaugh  and  W.  B.  Paul,  Indianapolis.  Ind.  Dis- 
abler  for  aeroplane  controllers.     No.  1,412,771  ;  Apr.  11. 

Bumbaugh,  Harold  L.,  Stanford  University,  Calif.  Va- 
porizer.    No.  1,402,715  ;  Jan.  3. 

Bumbera,  John  J.,  et  al.     (See  Kehr,  John  F.,  assignor.) 

Bumgardner,  Dayton,  Chicago,  111.  Dental  vibratory  ap- 
paratus.    No.   1,436,647  ;   Nov.  28. 

Bummara,  Antonino,  and  S.  Ragonesi,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
Coating  composition  for  imitating  bark  of  trees.  No. 
1,413,002  ;   Apr.    18. 

Bump,  George  P.,  La  Crosse,  Wis.  Loop-forming  terminal 
clamp.     No.  1,422,660  ;  July  11. 

Bumpass,  Leonard  E.,  Dallas,  Tex.  Lock-protecting  de- 
vice.    No.  1,413,573  ;  Apr.  25. 

Bumstead,  Ralph  W.,  Brookline,  Mass.  Computing  ma- 
chine.    No.  1,414,978  ;  May  2. 

Bumstead,  Trowbridge  H.,  Ontario,  Calif.  Semiautomatic 
motor-vehicle  warning  signal.     No.  1,433,119  ;   Oct.  24. 

Bunch,  Charles  H.,  assignor  to  The  Acme  Electric  &  Mfg. 
Co.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Motor  generator.  No.  1,405,965  ; 
Feb.  7. 

Bunch,  Lisle  K.,  South  Bend,  Ind.  Foot  corrector.  No. 
1.402,834  ;  Jan.  10. 

Bunde,  William,  Rochester,  N.  Y.  Scooter  car.  No. 
1,423,994;    July    25. 

Bundrick,  David  D.,  assignor  to  Moore  Dry  Kiln  Co., 
Jacksonville,  Fla.  Instrument  for  determining  tempera- 
ture and  humidity,  and  more  particularly  of  dry  kilns. 
No.   1,430,937  ;  Oct.  3. 

Bundy,  Harry  W.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Tubing.  No.  1,431,368  ; 
Oct.    10. 

Bungay,  George  W.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Acme  Die 
Casting  Corporation.  Feeding  device  for  die-casting  ma- 
chines.   No.  1,416,261  ;  May  16. 

Bungay,  George  W.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  assignor,  by  mesne 
assignments,  to  Aluminum  Casting  corporation,  Gar- 
wood, N.  J.  Forming  cast  articles.  No.  1,438,933 ; 
Dec.  12. 
Bunk,  Christian,  and  H.  F.  Kuechler,  Kenosha,  Wis.  Ves- 
sel-salvaging apparatus.  No.  1,405,895  ;  Feb.  7. 
Bunker,  Arthur  C,  Schenectady.  N.  Y.  Lateral-motion 
driving  box.     No.   1,431,720;   Oct.   10. 

Bunker,  Carey  E.,  Oregon,  Mo.  Caster.  No.  1,429,187 ; 
Sept.   12. 

Bunker,  Darius  W.,  Brookline,  Mass.,  assignor  to  United 
Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Heel- 
breasting    machine.      No.   1,426,354  ;   Aug.   22. 

Bunker.  Gerald  L.,  La  Grange,  111.  Vehicle  wheel.  No. 
1,410,452;   Mar.  21. 


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Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


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Bunker,  Herbert  H.,  assignor  to  Kerlow  Steel  Flooring 
Co.,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.  Multiple-die  machine.  No. 
1,438,295;  Dec.  12. 
Bunnell,  Arthur  C,  et  al.  (See  Parsons,  John  H.,  as- 
signor.) 
Bunnell,  Horry  C,  Westport,  N.  Y.  Convertible  chair. 
No.    1,423,995  ;    July    25. 

Bunting,  Theodore  R.,  Norfolk,  Va.  Radiotransmitting 
system.     No.  1,418,066  ;  May  30. 

Bunyan,    Henry    II.,    et   al.      (See    Baker,    Frederick,    as- 
signor.) 
Bunzel,  Ernest,  Plymouth  Meeting,  Pa.     Demountable  rim. 
No.    1,431,150  ;  Oct.  10. 

Buob,  Louis  J.,  assignor  to  Buob  and  Scheu,  Cincinnati, 
Ohio.  Automobile  body  curtain.  No.  1,439,142 ; 
Dec.  19. 

Buob  and  Scheu.     (See  Buob,  Louis  J.,  assignor.) 

Luornat,  William,  Utica,  N.  Y.  Figure  toy.  No.  1,414,501 ; 
May  2. 

Buratti,  Komolo,  Croce  Mosso,  Italy.  Chlorine  derivatives 
of  hexanuthylentetramine.     No.  1,416,606;  May  16. 

Burbank,  Ralph  N.,  Somerset,  Mass.  Ship-centering  de- 
vice.    No.   1,407,375  ;  Feb.  21. 

Burbery,  Walter  J.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Fastener.  No. 
1.428,358;   Sept.  5. 

Burby,  Arthur  F.  (See  Roberts,  A.  O.,  O'Keefe,  and 
Burby.) 

Burch,  Frederick  R.,  Seattle,  Wash.,  assignor  to  Arm 
stead  Snow  Motors,  Incorporated,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
Snow   motor  vehicle.      No.    1,431,440 ;   Oct.   10. 

Burch,   George  B.,   New  York,  N.   Y.,  assignor  to   L.   Ste- 
vens, Glen  Ridge,  N.  J.    Acoustic  device.    No.  1,414,801 
May  2. 

tiurch,  George  B.,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  L.  Ste 
vens.  Glen  Ridge,  N.  J.  Phonograph.  No.  1,414,802 
May  2. 

Burch,  George  B.,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  L.  Ste- 
vens, Glen  Ridge,  N.  J.  Phonograph  reproducer.  No. 
1,414,803  ;  May  2. 

Burch,  George  B.,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  L.  Ste- 
vens, Glen  Ridge,  N.  J.  Phonograph.  No.  1,414,804  ; 
May  2. 

Burch,  Henry  K.,  Warren,  Ariz.  Revolving  screen,  or 
grizzly.     No.  1,420,685;  June  27. 

Burchavd,  Edith  R.  C.  Little  Compton,  R.  I.  Robe  for 
children's  goearts  and  invalid  chairs.  No.  1,423,908 ; 
July    i.i. 

Burchess,  Charles  L.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  H.  M. 
Dirks,  Lincoln,  Nebr.  Christmas-tree  support.  No. 
1.421,398  ;  July  4. 

Burchett,  Walter  J.,  East  Orange,  N.  J.,  assignor,  by 
mesne  assignments,  to  H.  E.  Comings.  Lever  adjust- 
ment.     No.    1,409,922;    Mar.    21. 

Burck,  John  H.,  Albany,  N.  Y.  Fruit-jar  opener.  No. 
1.407,632  ;  Feb.  21. 

Burck,  Lawrence  B.     (See  Brown,  A;  F.,  and  Burck.) 

Burckard,  Albert,  Brooklyn.  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Pathe 
Freres  Phonograph  Company.  Press  for  making  plastic 
products.     No.  1,436,941  ;  Nov.  28. 

Burckhardt,  Rodolphe  W.,  Mulhouse,  France.  Device  for 
effecting  the  mixing  of  gaseous  strata.  No.  1,419,216  ; 
June   13. 

Burd,  Charles.     (See  Burd,  George  and  C.) 

Burd,  Edward,  Chicago,  111.  Sheet-straightening  device. 
No.   1.431.096;   Oct.  3. 

Burd.  George  and  C,  Detroit,  Mich.  Pump.  No.  1,416,445  ; 
May  16. 

Burd  High  Compression  Ring  Company.  (See  Olson, 
Herbert  O.,   assignor.) 

Burd  High  Compression  Ring  Company.  (See  Winquist, 
Victor,  assignor.) 

Burden,  Joseph  T.,  London,  England.  Case  for  clinical 
thermometers.     No.  1,416,785  ;  May  23. 

Burdett,  John  B.,  Glencoe,  assignor  to  Burdett  Manufac- 
turing Company,  Chicago,  111.  Valve.  No.  1,432,527  ; 
Oct.   17. 

Burdett.  John  B.,  Glencoe,  assignor  to  Burdett  Manufac- 
turing Company,  Chicago,  111.  Welding  torch.  No. 
1.432,528;    Oct.    17. 

Burdett  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Burdett,  John  B., 
assignor.) 

Burdette,  Richard  S.,  assignor  to  The  Goodyear  Tire  & 
Rubber  Company,  Akron,  Ohio.  Air  bag  and  construct- 
ing the  same.     No.  1,412,799  ;  Apr.  11: 

Burdette,  Robert  T.,  Chicago,  111.  Metal  railway  tie. 
No.  1,416,686  ;  May  -23. 

Burdick,  Alfred  S.,  and  E.  B.  Vliet,  assignors  to  The 
Abbott  Laboratories,  Chicago,  111.  Benzyl  ester  of 
acetylsalicylic  acid.     No.  1,436,304  ;  Nov.  21. 

Burdick  Cabinet  Company.  (See  Anderson,  Fritz  A.,  as- 
signor.) 

Bin-dick,  Charles  A.,  Kenosha,  Wis.  Pencil  sharpener. 
No.  1,421,063  ;  June  27. 

Burdick,  Charles  L.     (See  Noyes,  A.  A.,  and  Burdick.) 

Burdick,  Fred  F.,  Milton,  Wis.  Therapy  lamp.  No. 
1,430,354  ;  Sept.  26. 

Burdick,  Fred  F.,  and  F.  A.  Anderson,  Milton,  Wis. 
Therapeutic  vapor-lamp  appliance.  No.  1,402,396 ; 
Jan.  3. 

Burdick,  Paul  II.,  Geneva,  111.  Typewriting  machine.  No. 
1.430,284  ;  Sept.  26. 

Burdon.  William  M.,  assignor  to  Burdons  Limited, 
Bellshill,  Scotland.  Apparatus  for  the  liquid-fuel  firing 
of  steam  boilers.     No.  1,423,183;  July  18. 


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Burdons   Limited.      (See   Burdon,   William   M.,   assignor.) 

Buresch,  Edward  G.,  Chicago,  111.  Electric  switch.  No. 
1,433,120  ;  Oct.  24. 

Burford,  Oliver  L.,  and  II.  De  Bardeleben,  Ensley, 
Winding  shaft  and  chain  guard  for  dump  cars. 
1,423,752  ;    July    25. 

Burger,    Alfred.     Brooklyn,    N.    Y.      Filter    press. 
1,409,281 ;  Mar.  14. 

Burger,  Jacob  D.,  New  York,  N.  Y..  assignor  to  Reiss- 
Premier  Pipe  Company,  Chicago,  111.  Combined  ship- 
ping package  and  display  rack  lor  smoking  pipes.  No. 
1,436,337  ;  Nov.  21. 

Burgess,  Andrew  O.,  Newark,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  A.  L. 
Newman  Company,  Providence,  R.  I.  Making  com- 
posite" rings.     No.   1,415,520  ;   May  9. 

Burgess  Battery  Company.  (See  Burgess,  Charles  F., 
assignor.) 

Burgess  Battery  Company.      (See  Schulte,  Walter  B.. 
signor.) 

Burgess,    C.    F.,    Laboratories.      (See    Weiss,    Howard 
assignor.)      (Reissue.) 

Burgess,  Charles  E.  (See  Eldridge,  J.  E„  W.  B. 
C.    E.    Burgess,    and    Ashbee.) 

Burgess,  Charles  F.,  assignor  to  Burgess  Battery  Com- 
pany, Madison,  Wis.  Battery  hand  lamp.  No. 
1,403,538  ;  Jan.   17. 

Burgess,  Charles  F.,  assignor  to  Burgess  Battery  Com- 
pany, Madison,  Wis.  Battery  hand  lamp.  No.  1,421,399  ; 
July  4. 

Burgess  Company,  The.      (See  Burgess,  Yorke,  assignor.) 

Burgess,   Edward   W.      (See   Smith,   R.   S.,  and  Burgess.) 

Burgess,  Edward  W.,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor,  by  mesne 
assignments,  to  International  Harvester  Company. 
Power-lift  mower.     No.   1,404,431  ;  Jan.  24. 

Burgess,  George  F.     (See  Burgess,  John  W.  and  G.  F.) 

Burgess,  Harry  A.,  assignor  to  Romine  Manufacturing  Co., 
Goodland,  Ind.     Portable  gate.     No.  1,419,013  ;  June  6. 

Burgess,  James  H.,  Port  Angeles,  assignor  of  one-half 
to  C.  M.  Clayton,  Seattle,  Wash.  Mineral-classifying 
device.     No.  1,424,339  ;  Aug.  1. 

Burgess,  John  W.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Garment.  No. 
1,410,648;   Mar.    28. 

Burgess,  John  W.  and  G.  F.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Inner-tube 
cushion.     No.  1,407,730;  Feb.  28. 

Burgess,  Louis,  Bayonne,  N.  J.  Production  of  beryllium 
compounds.     No.  1,418,527  ;  June  6. 

Burgess,  Louis,  Bayonne,  N.  J.  Production  of  zirconium 
compounds.     No.  1,418,528  ;  June  6. 

Burgess,  Louis,  assignor  to  Standard  Oil  Company,  New 
York,  N.  Y.  Production  of  anhydrous  aluminum 
chloride.     No.   1,405.183;  Jan.  31. 

Burgess,  Omar  A.,  Puyallup,  Wash.  Amalgamator.  No. 
1,412,673  ;  Apr.  11. 

Burgess,  Robert.     (See  Jones.  Joseph  H.,  assignor.) 

Burgess,  Thomas,  Danvers,  Mass.  Convertible  toy  horse. 
No.   1,431,214 ;   Oct.   10. 

Burgess,  Walter  S.     (See  Voight,  George  F.,  assignor.) 

Burgess.  William  B.  (See  Eldridge,  J.  E.,  Burgess,  W.  B. 
and  C.  E.,  and  Ashbee.) 

Burgess,  Yorke,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  H.  M.  Loudon, 
Kansas  City,  Mo.  Automatic  system  for  stopping 
trains.     No.   1,411.078  ;  Mar.  28. 

Burgess,  Yorke.  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  The  Burgess 
Company.      Envelope.      No.    1,420,470 ;   June   20. 

Burghardt,    Oscar.      (See    Bratcher,    I.,    and    Burghardt.) 

Burghart,  Lloyd  M.,  Govans,  Md.,  assignor  to  TJ.  S.  Indus- 
trial Alcohol  Co.  Recovering  volatile  organic  acids  from 
distillery   waste.      No.    1,426,457 ;    Aug.    22. 

Burgher,  Fred  H.,  Lakewood,  assignor  to  The  Marvel  Com- 
pany, Cleveland,  Ohio.  Suction  sweeper.  No.  1,404,699  ; 
Jan.  24. 

Burgi,  Herman,  Springfield,  Mass.,  assignor  of  one-half  to 
C.  H.  Tenney,  Hartford,  Conn.  Means  for  distributing 
the  combustion  of  gases.     No.  1.433,778  ;  Oct.  31. 

Burgoine,  Sidney  F.     (See  Field,  H.  F.,  and  Burgoine.) 

Burgoon,  Oliver  E..  Toledo,  Ohio.  Shock  absorber.  No. 
1,424,983  ;  Aug.  8. 

Burgstaller,  Mathias,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Gas  burner.  No. 
1.426,815  ;    Aug.    22. 

Burhen,  Reinhart  J.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  W.  P.  Riester, 
St.  Louis,  Mo.     Screen  frame.     No.  1,436,858  ;  Nov.  28. 

Burk,  Milton  H.,  and  Edith  M.  Currier,  St.  Joseph,  Mich. 
Manicuring  instruments.     No.  1,424,876  ;  Aug.  8. 

Burkart,  Augustin,  Bern,  Switzerland.  Fire  box.  No. 
1.432,835  ;    Oct.    24. 

Burkart,  Francis,  assignor  of  two-eighths  to  J.  C.  Hal- 
stead  and  E.  P.  Brackney,  Brookston,  Ind.  Can  feeder. 
No.  1,408,861  :  Mar.  7. 

Burke,  Charles  R.,  assignor  to  L.  P.  Burke,  Pittsburgh, 
Pa.  Producing  light  hydrocarbons.  No.  1,426,149 ; 
Aug.  15. 

Burke,  Claton  E.,  assignor  to  B.  B.  Specialty  Company, 
Minneapolis,  Minn.  Mopi  holder.  No.  1,407,123;' 
Feb.  21. 

Burke,  Claton  E.,  ana  G.  R.  Beckwith,  assignors  to  B.  B. 
Specialty  Co.,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Mop-wringer  pail. 
No.  1,407,122;  Feb.  21. 

Burke  Electric  Company.  (See  Bennett,  A.  M.  Elliott, 
and   O'Blenis,  assignors.) 

Burke  Electric  Company.      (See  Burke,  James,  assignor.) 

Burke  Electric  Company.  (See  Caldwell,  F.  S.,  and  Ben- 
nett, assignors.) 

Burke  Electric  Company.  (See  Elliott,  W.  B.,  and  O'Ble- 
nis, assignors.) 


76 


INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees— Continued. 


Burke,  Henry  B.,  Windber"  Pa.  Anticreeping  and  anti- 
spreading  device  for  rails.     No.   1,433,066  ;   Oct.   24. 

Burke,  James,  Erie,  Pa.,  assignor,  to  Burke  Electric  Com- 
pany.    Rotor  spider.     No.  1,422,414  ;  July  11. 

Burke,  James,  assignor  to  Burke  Electric  Company,  Erie, 
Pa.     Air-cooled  transformer.     No.  1,427,783  ;  Sept.  5. 

Burke,  James  P.,  Arlincton,  N.  J.  Shock  absorber.  No 
1,432,529  ;    Oct.    17. 

Burke,  John  H.,  San  Jose,  and  O.  A.  Wilming,  San  Luis 
Obispo,  Calif.     Chuck.     No.  1,402,144  ;  Jan.  3. 

Burke,  Lawrence,  Jr.,  Rock  Island,  111.  Toy.  No.  1,405,752  ; 
Feb.  7. 

Burke,  Lee  F.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Inner-tube  tester  for  pneu- 
matic tires.     NO.  1,436,695  ;  Nov.  28. 

Burke,  Lulu  P.      (See  Burke,   Charles  R.,  assignor.) 

Burke,  Matt,  West  Duluth,  Minn.  Oiling  device.  No. 
1,428,751;   Sept.   12. 

Burke,  Paul,  Green  Bay,  Wis.,  assignor,  by  mesne  as- 
signments, to  Northwest  Engineering  Company.  Con- 
trol means  for  locomotive  cranes.  No.  1,422,082 ; 
July  11. 

Burke,  Peter  J.,  Meshanticut  Park,  assignor  to  Atlantic 
Tubing  Company,  Providence,  R.  I.  Device  for  forming 
coupling  ends  for  gas  and  flexible  metal  tubing.  No. 
1,426,037  ;    Aug.   15. 

Burke,  Peter  W.,  and  A.  J.  Breeding,  assignors  of  one-third 
to  F.  Rogers,  Bremerton,  Wash.  Oiling  device.  No. 
1,423,077;  July  18. 

Burke,  Wilbur  B.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Making  tires.  No. 
1,422,537;  July  11. 

Burke,  Wilfred  I.     (See  Cornock,  William  A.,  assignor.) 

Burke,  William  J.,  et  al.  (See  Clausing,  George,  as- 
signor. ) 

Burkel,  Mathew  J.,  Aurora,  I1L  Air-inlet-valve  mecha- 
nism for  pneumatic  tools.     No.  1,417,136  ;  May  23. 

Burkey,  Harvey  M.,  Plainfield,  N.  J.,  and  H.  M.  Schleicher, 
Boston,  Mass.,  assignors  to  American  Metal  Company, 
Ltd.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Decomposition  of  aluminum  sul- 
phate.    No.  1,415,308  ;  May  9. 

Burkhard,  Frederick  A.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Scale.  No. 
1,408,264  ;  Feb.  28. 

Burkhardt,  Curt  R.  (See  Scharwath,  J.  A.,  and  Burk- 
hardt.) 

Burkhardt,  Jacob  R.,  assignor  to  The  Springfield  Metallic 
Casket  Company,  Springfield,  Onio.  Grave  vault.  No. 
1,417,137 ;  May  23. 

Burkhardt,  Jacob  R.,  assignor  to  The  Springfield  Metallic 
Casket  Company,  Springfield,  Ohio.  Means  for  secur- 
ing caskets  in  shipping  boxes.     No.  1,426,355  ;  Aug.  22. 

Burkhart,  Ralph  R.,  assignor  of  one-fourth  to  J.  B.  Clark, 
Spokane,  Wash.  Clutch-pedal  lock.  No.  1,417,138 ; 
May  23. 

Burkholder,  Allen  B.,  Flint,  Mich.  Roller  bearing. 
No.  1,426,038  ;  Aug.  15. 

Burks,  Dana,  Venice,  H.  A.  Bardeen  and  F.  W.  Harris,  Los 
Angeles,  Calif.  ;  said  Bardeen  and  Harris  assignors  to 
said  Burks.  Apparatus  for  pumping  oil  wells.  No. 
1,433,871  ;  Oct.  31. 

Burlew,  Gilderoy  0.,  Newark,  N.  J.  Dentrificial  tablet. 
No.  1,411,681  ;  Apr.  4. 

Burlin,  Adolph  L.,  Chorlton-on-Medlock,  Manchester,  Eng- 
land. Manufacture  of  pulp  for  paper,  cardboard,  arti- 
ficial leather,  and  the  like  from  peat.  No.  1,420,303  ; 
June  20. 

Burlin,  Porter  H.,  Limestone,  N.  Y.  Coupling  device  for 
oil  wells.     No.  1,415,788  ;  May  9. 

Burlingame,  Albert  C,  assignor  of  one-third  to  D.  A. 
Frerichs  and  one-third  to  A.  Larson,  Minneapolis,  Minn. 
Collapsible   fruit-jar   holder.     No.   1,429,675;   Sept.    19. 

Burlingame,  Gayle,  Columbia,  Pa.  Mop.  No.  1,402,047 ; 
Jan.  3. 

Burlock,  James  C,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Pedal  pad.  No. 
1,439,065;   Dec.   19., 

Burman,  Olof  S.,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Faucet-supporting 
anchor  and  bracket.     No.  1,410,368 ;  Mar.  21. 

Burman,  Olof  S.,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Laundry-tray  fau- 
cet.    No.  1,439,792;  Dec.  26. 

Burmeister,  George  J.  (See  Brodowski,  J.  F.,  and  Bur- 
meister.) 

Burmeister,  John,  Alameda,   Calif.      White    dressing    for 
shoes   and    other    articles    of   leather   and   cloth.       No. 
1,432,440  ;  Oct.  17. 
Burnam,  Allen,  assignor  of  one-half  to  C.  M.  Hocker,  San 
Antonio,  Tex.     Air  pump.     No.  1,414,621 ;  May  2. 

Burne,  Edward  L.,  Westminster,  London,  England.  Means 
for  regulating  the  speed  of  windmotors.  No.  1,403,069  ; 
Jan.  10. 

Burnell,  Louis  R.,  Saginaw,  Mich.  Combination  tool.  No. 
1,418,529  ;  June  6. 

Burner,  William  L.     (See  Cotton,  J.  H.,  and  Burner.) 
Burnes,  Julius  P.     (See  Mahon,  T.  C,  and  Burnes.) 
Burnet,    Edward,     Loudon,    England.       Bottle    and    like 

closing  device.     No.   1,431,871 ;  Oct.   10. 
Burnett,  Alexander  S.,  Reddish,  England.     Machine  tool. 
No.    1,419,812 ;    June   13. 

Burnett,    Arthur    A.,    and    V.    L.    Darrow,    Racine,    Wis. 

Rubber  knee  pad.     No.   1,434,808 ;  Nov.  7. 
Burnett,  Charley,  Washington  Court  House,  Ohio.     Roof 

construction.     No.  1,405,966  ;  Feb.  7. 
Burnett,  Charley,  Washington  Court  House,  Ohio.     Build- 
ing construction.     No.  1,407,250;  Feb.  21. 
Burnett,  Elizabeth  L.,  Boston,  Mass.     Carbon  paper.     No. 
1,419,217;    Juui!     . 


Burnett,  Frances  II.,  et  al.,  executors.  (See  Fahnestock, 
Ernest  B.) 

Burnett,  Ira  A.,  Chicago,' 111.  Alloy  mixer.  No.  1,413,651  ; 
Apr.  25. 

Burnett,  Jett  G.  K.,  Paducah,  Tex.  Capsule-box  con- 
tainer.     No.    1,436,475 ;   Nov.   21. 

Burnett,  Milo  O.,  Marengo,  Iowa.  Smoker's  steering- 
wheel   attachment.      No.    1,432,015 ;    Oct.    17. 

Burnett,  Richard  W.,  Chicago,  111.  Reversible-strut  brake 
beam.    No.  1,405,665  ;  Feb.  7. 

Burnette,  Walter  W.  H.,  Fillmore,  assignor  of  one-half  to 
R.  F.  Fitz,  Los  Anseles,  Calif.  Automatic  sucker-rod  ele- 
vator.    No.  1,427,675  ;  Aug.  29. 

Burnham,  Abel  W.,  Amboy,  111.  Attachment  for  hayforks. 
No.   1,439,603  ;  Dec.  19. 

Burnham,  Chester  H.,  North  Andover,  Mass.  Mouth- 
piece.    No.   1,404,008  ;  Jan.   17. 

Burnham,  Clifford  L.,  Chicago,  111.  Indicating  and  man- 
hole-locking safety  valve  for  tank  cars.  No.  1,418,530  ; 
June  6. 

Burnham,  Daniel  H.,  Evanston,  111.  Building  construction. 
No.  1,404,926  ;  Jan.  31. 

Burnham,  George  A.,  Saugus.  assignor  to  S.  B.  Condit,  Jr., 
Brookline,  Mass.  Time-limit  relay.  No.  1,402,048; 
Jan.  3. 

Burnham,  George  A.,  Saugus,  assignor  to  S.  B.  Condit,  Jr., 
Brookline,  Mass.  Renewable  fuse.  No.  1,404,576 ; 
Jan.  24. 

Burnham,  George  A.,  Saugus,  assignor  to  S.  B.  Condit, 
Jr.,  Brookline,  Mass.  Electric  switch.  No.  1,409,997  ; 
Mar.    21. 

Burnham,  George  A.,  Saugus,  assignor  to  S.  B.  Condit, 
Jr.,  Brookline,  Mass.  Electric  switch.  No.  1,413,156  ; 
Apr.    18. 

Burnham,  George  A.,  Saugus,  assignor  to  S.  B.  Condit, 
Jr.,  Brookline,  Mass.  Motor-starting  device.  No. 
1,415,521 ;  May  9. 

Burnham,  George  A.,  Saugus,  assignor  to  S.  B.  Condit, 
Brookline,  Mass.  Electric  service  switch.  No.  1,429,275  ; 
Sept.  19. 

Burnham,  George  B.,  Borosolvay,  Calif.  Recovering 
sodium  carbonate  sulphate  from  saline  waters.  No. 
1,417,139  ;  May  23. 

Burnham,  George  B.,  Glendale,  Calif.  Recovering  valua- 
ble   components    in    a    liquid    phase.      No.    1,424,447 ; 

Burnham'  Joseph  L.,  Schenectady,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Gen- 
eral Electric  Company.  Arc  barrier  for  dynamo-electric 
machines.     No.    1,423,996;   July   25. 

Burnham,  Maye  G.,  et  al.  (See  Scott,  Joseph  H.,  as- 
signor.) 

Burnham,  Robert  C,  Richland  Center,  Wis.  Vending 
machine.     No.   1,424,150  ;   Aug.  1. 

Burns,  Albert  M.,  Cupey,  Cuba,  assignor  to  Fulton  Iron 
Works  Company,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Safety  device  for 
endless  conveyers.     No.  1,437,718  ;  Dec.  5. 

Burns,  Anthony  J.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
Burns-Pollock  Electric  Manufacturing  Company,  Indi- 
ana Harbor,  Ind.  Combined  lamp  and  phonograph. 
No.   1,438,631;   Dec.    12. 

Burns,  Bartholomew  P.,  Chicago,  111.  Adjustable  back 
rest.     No.   1,409,662  ;   Mar.  14. 

Burns,    Charles   C.      (See   Morris,   Edward  B.,   assignor.) 

Burns,  David  E.  assignor  of  one-half  to  H.  J.  McKinley, 
Grand   Rapids,    Mich.      Road    scraper.      No.    1,429,125 ; 

Sept-  12.  .  xtt     , 

Burns,  Dawson  J.,  Bronxville,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Ward 
Leonard  Electric  Company.  Electrical  controlling  de- 
vice.    No.  1,416,446;  May  16. 

Burns,  Edward  A.,  Hartford.  Conn.,  assignor  to  Under- 
wood Typewriter  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Type- 
writing 'machine.     No.  1,428,213  ;  Sept.  5. 

Burns,  Elmer  Z.,  Madison.  N.  J.,  and  G.  Keillcr,  New 
York,  N.  Y.  Automatic  draft  controller.  No.  1,433,446 ; 
Oct.   24. 

Burns,  Frances  E.     (See  Burns,  Joseph  J.,  assignor.) 

Burns,  Frank,  Westfield,  N.  Y.  Hinge.  No.  1,409,663  ; 
Mar.  14. 

Burns,  Frank  L.,  Three  Rivers,  Mich.  Vehicle  top  cur- 
tain.    No.   1.421,400;   July   4. 

Burns,  Frank  L.,  and  F.  J.  Tessin,  Three  Rivers,  Mich. 
Wire  or  cable  coupling.    No.  1,427,258  ;  Aug.  29. 

Burns,  Helen  S.,  East  Dubuque,  111.  Child's  apparel  out- 
fit.    No.  1,435,146;  Nov.  14. 

Burns,  Helen  S.,  Platteville,  Wis.  Combined  dress  and 
rompers.     No.   1,435,147  ;  Nov.   14. 

Burns,  Helen  S.,  East  Dubuque,  111.  Combined  bassinet 
and  swing.     No.  1,435,148;  Nov.  14. 

Burns,  Jabez,  &  Sons.  (See  Greene,  Richard  A.,  as- 
signor.) 

Burns,  James  E.,  Lowell,  Mass.  Priming  mixture.  No. 
1,437,224  ;    Nov.    28. 

Burns,  Jesse  L.      (See  Metheny,  Jesse  J.,  assignor.) 

Burns,  John  A.,  Pointhouse,  Bishopton,  Scotland.  Device 
for  holding  cylindrical  bodies,  such  as  pipes,  rods,  and 
the  like  against  endwise  movement.  No.  1,440,207; 
Dec.  26. 

Burns,  Joseph  E.,  Syracuse,  N.  Y.  Producing  serrated 
edge.     No.  1,435,514  ;  Nov.  14. 

Burns,  Joseph  J.,  assignor  of  one-fourth  to  F.  E.  Burns, 
Tampa,  Fla.    Metallic  studding.     No.  1,413,828  ;  Apr.  25. 

Burns-Pollock  Electric  Manufacturing  Company.  (See 
Burns,  Anthony  J.,  assignor.) 


UNITED    STATES    PATENT    OFFICE,    1922. 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


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Bums,  Robert  L.,  Taft,  Calif.  Underreamer.  No.  1,403,388  ; 
Jan.  10. 

Burns,  Bobert  L„  Taft,  Calif.  Well-drilling  apparatus. 
No.  1.407,924  ;  Feb.  28. 

Burns,  Thomas  A.,  assignor  to  Dunlop  Tire  and  Rubber 
Goods  Company,  Limited,  Toronto,  Ontario,  Canada. 
Apparatus  for  solutionizing  tire  beads.  No.  1,422,083  ; 
July  11. 

Burns,  Thomas  J.,  Detroit,  Mich.,  assignor  to  W.  P. 
Murphy,  Chicago,  111.  Car-coupling  uncoupling  mecha- 
nism.    No.  1,407,925  ;  Feb.  28. 

Burns,   Thomas   M.      (See  Busher,   J.   E.,   and   Burns.) 

Burns,  Walter  G.,  Fort  Wayne,  Ind.  Gear  casing.  No. 
1.431,721  ;   Oct.   10. 

Burns,  Walter  W.,  Greenport,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  H.  B. 
Johnston,  Seattle,  Wash.  Piston  and  piston  ring.  No. 
1,419,715  ;  June  13. 

Burns,  Walter  W.,  Greenport,  N.  Y.,  .assignor  to  H.  B. 
Johnston,  Seattle.  Wash.  Piston  and  piston  ring.  No. 
1,419,813;  June  13. 

Burns,  Wilford  E.,  assignor  to  M.  J.  Brandenstein  &  Co., 
San  Francisco,  Calif.  Ear-tinning  machine.  No. 
1.417,448  ;  May  23. 

Burns,  William  C.,  Albany,  Oreg.  Cuboid  support.  No. 
1,426,258  ;    Aug.   15. 

Burns,  William  D.,  Amenia,  N.  Y.  Roller  bearing.  No. 
1,423.804  ;    July   18. 

Burns,  William  H.,  Chicago,  111.  Hairpin.  No.  1,430,434  ; 
Sept.   26. 

Burns,  William  H.,  Carbondale,  111.  Oil  box.  No.  1,430,490  ; 
Sept.  26. 

Burnstine,  Abraham,  Washington,  D.  C.  Second-hand- 
setting  mechanism  for  watches.     No.  1,421,668  ;  July  4. 

Buron,  Joseph  A.,  jr.,  Worcester,  Mass.  Automobile  ex- 
tricating  device.      No.   1,424,616 ;    Aug.    1. 

Burr  Company,  The.      (See  Burr,   Ellis  M.,   assignor.) 

Burr,  Ellis  M.,  assignor  to  The  Burr  Company,  Champaign, 
111.     Dynamometer.      No.   1,433,067 ;   Oct.   24. 

Burr,  Harry  J.,  East  Orange,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  The  Post- 
craft  Company,  Inc.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Stamp-affixing 
machine.     No.  1,406,534  ;  Feb.  14. 

Burr,  Harry  J.,  New  Hartford,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Post- 
craft  Company,  Inc.,  Utica,  N.  Y.  Stamp-affixing  ma- 
chine.   No.  1.406,535  ;  Feb.  14. 

Burrage,  George  B.,  et  al.,  trustees.  (See  Stephenson, 
Leigh  J.,  assignor.) 

Burrell,  Albert.     (See  Burrell,  Oliver,  assignor.) 

Burrell.  Austin  R..  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Snap  fastener.  No. 
1,408,073  :  Feb.  28. 

Burrell,  D.  H.,  &  Co.  (See  Feldmeier,  H.,  and  Dalzell, 
assignors.) 

Burrell,  D.  H.,  &  Co.     (See  Feldmeier,  Harvey,  assignor.) 

Burrell,  George  A.,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  G.  G.  Oberfell,  Tulsa, 
Okla.,  and  C.  L.  Voress,  Bradford,  Pa.,  assignors  to  Gaso- 
line Recovery  Corporation.  Apparatus  for  extracting 
vapors  from  gaseous  mixtures.     No.  1,402,340 ;  Jan.  3. 

Burrell,  Oliver,  assignor  of  one-half  to  A.  Burrell,  Benson 
Mines,  N.  Y.     Steel  railway  tie.    No.  1,419,814  ;  June  13. 

Burrell,  Timothy  J.,  El  Paso,  Tex.  Track-sanding  device. 
No.   1,426,627  ;  Aug.  22. 

Burrell,  William  C,  Kankakee,  111.,  assignor  to  Robertson 
Brothers  Manufacturing  Company.  Trough.  No. 
1.432.051  ;    Oct.    17. 

Burridge.  Charles  A..  St.  Johns,  Mich.  Heating  stove.  No. 
1,403,146  ;  Jan.  10. 

Burris,  James  N.,  deceased,  by  H.  E.  Voss.  administrator, 
Davenport,  Iowa.  Nonskid  attachment  for  vehicle  tires: 
(Reissue.)      No.   15,418;   July  25. 

Burris,  Melvin,  Mendon,  Ohio.  Crate.  No.  1,436,148 ; 
Nov.  21. 

Burroughs  Adding  Machine  Company.  (See  Bindschedler, 
Theodore,  S..  assignor.) 

Burroughs  Adding  Machine  Company.  (  See  Harvey,  C.  L., 
and  Mueller,  assignors.) 

Burroughs  Adding  Machine  Company.  (See  Morton,  Allen 
A.,  assignor.) 

Burroughs,  Arthur  S.  (See  Dutro,  Orville  V.,  and  Bur- 
roughs.) 

Burroughs,  Charles  F.,  East  Orange,  assignor  to  Composi- 
tion Machinery  Corporation,  Newark,  N.  J.  Molding 
press.    No.  1,405,484  :  Feb.  7. 

Burrowes.  E.  T.,  Company,  The.  (See  Gowell,  Ernest  E., 
assignor.) 

Burrows,  Charles  E„  Vestal,  N.  Y.  Reverse  motion.  No. 
1,421.163;  .Time  27. 

Burrows,  Charles  W.  (See  Arendt,  M.,  Burrows,  and 
Rosenmeyer.) 

Burrows,  Eastman  A.     (See  Clump,  F.  G.,  and  Burrows.) 

Burrows,  George  T.,  Cleveland,  assignor  of  one-half  to 
E.  H.  Groenke.  Lima,  Ohio.  Safety  lathe  dog.  No. 
1.400.334;   Mar.    14. 

Burrows,  Henry,  Poulton-le-Fylde,  England.  Preparation 
of  a  metallic  jointing  compound.  No.  1,420,908; 
June  27. 

Burrows,  James.     (See  Cann,  J.  A.,  and  Burrows.) 

Burrows,  Linus  P.,  deceased,  Erie,  Pa. ;  L.  B.  Archer, 
executrix.  Alloy  for  forging  steel  and  producing 
same   from   nickel   ore.     No.    1,424,710;   Aug.   1. 

Burrows,  Linus  P.,  deceased,  Erie,  Pa. ;  L.  B.  Archer,  ex- 
ecutrix. Treating  nickel  ores  and  product  resulting 
therefrom.     No.   1,424,711 ;  Aug.   1. 

Burrows,  Robert  J.,  assignor  to  Clark  Equipment  Company, 
Buchanan,  Mich.     Metal  wheel.     No.  1,405,184  ;  Jan.  31. 


Burrows,  Robert  J.,  assignor  to  Clark  Equipment  Com- 
pany, Buchanan,  Mich.  Axle  for  motor  vehicles.  No. 
1,409,664;   Mar.  14. 

Burrows,  Robert  J.,  assignor  to  Clark  Equipment  Com- 
pany, Buchanan,  Mich.  Metal  wheel.  No.  1,416,330; 
May  16. 

Burrows,  Robert  J.,  assignor  to  Clark  Equipment  Com- 
pany, Buchanan,  Mich.  Axle  for  motor  vehicles.  No. 
1,427,089  ;  Aug.  29. 

Burrows,  Robert  J.,  assignor  to  Clark  Equipment  Com- 
pany, Buchanan,  Mich.  Axle  for  motor  vehicles.  No. 
1,437,492  ;  Dec.  5. 

Burrows,  William  R.,  Newark,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  General 
Electric  Company.  Method  of  and  apparatus  for  fin- 
ishing bulbs.     No.  1,404,268  ;  Jan.  24. 

Burson,  Harry  H.,  assignor  to  Simplex  Steel  Products 
Company,  Chicago,  111.  Studding  for  plaster  boards  and 
the  like.     No.  1,414,111  ;  Apr.  25. 

Burson,  Harry  H.,  assignor  to  Simplex  Steel  Products  Com- 
pany, Chicago,  111.  Clip  for  plaster  boards  and  the  like. 
No.  1,417,793;  May  30. 

Burson,  Harry  ■  H.,  assignor  to  Simplex  Steel  Products 
Company,  Chicago,  111.  Tying  tool.  No.  1,426,545 ; 
Aug.   22. 

Burson  Knitting  Company.  (See  Carlson,  Jahan  G.,  as- 
signor.) 

Burstall,  William  H.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  W.  Adamson, 
Oxnard,  Calif.     Circle  brace.     No.  1,419,541  ;  June  13. 

Burstall,  William  H.,  and  J.  S.  Turner,  Oxnard,  Calif., 
assignors  of  two-thirds  to  said  Burstall  and  one-third 
to  said  Turner.  Reversible  wrench.  No.  1,417,969 ; 
May  30. 

Burt,  F.  N.,  Company.     (See  Carle,  Harold,  assignor.) 

Burt,  F.  N.,  Company.     (See  Holly,  Carlos,  assignor.) 

Burt,  F.  N.,  Company  Limited.  (See  Palmer,  Lyndon  C, 
assignor.) 

Burt,  George  M.      (See  Hack,  Ernest  B.,  assignor.) 

Burt,  George  W.      (See  Myers,   Wilson  R.,  assignor.) 

Burt,  Glenn  V.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Bottle  carrier.  No. 
1,436,234;  Nov.  21. 

Burt,  Laurence  S.  (See  Broadley,  J.  R.,  and  Lee,  as- 
signors.) 

Burt,  Leslie  N.     (See  Richards,  G.,  Burt,  and  Freeborn.) 

Burt,  William  C,  Enid,  Okla.  Protective  covering  for 
tires.     No.  1,403,385;  Jan.  10. 

Burris,  Warren  H.    (See  Klein,  R.  A.,  Burris,  and  Eyerly.) 

Burtnett,  Everett  R.,  assignor  to  G.  J.  Ziegler,  Los  Angeles, 
Calif.  Power-lift  attachment  for  tractors.  No. 
1,419,014  ;  June  6. 

Burtnett,  Everett  R.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  H.  A. 
Brunei!,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Piston-sleeve  valve  for 
L-head  motors.     No.  1,430,622  ;  Oct.  3. 

Burton,  Alexander  M.,  assignor  of  four-tenths  to  H.  W.  J. 
Seltzer,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Vehicle  bumper  construction. 
No.  1,438,358;  Dec.  12. 

Burton,  Carl  O.,  Duluth,  Minn.  Track  sander.  No. 
1,425,575  ;  Aug.  15. 

Burton,  Carroll.  (See  Brown,  W.  M.,  Burton,  and 
Weeks.) 

Burton,  Carroll,  I.  K.  Dixon,  and  S.  C.  Weeks,  Johns- 
town, Pa.  Railway  track  structure  and  making  same. 
No.   1,431,369;   Oct.   10. 

Burton,  Charles  H.,  Washington,  D.  C.  Electric  light. 
No.  1,434,041  ;  Oct.   31. 

Burton,  Charles  S.,  et  al.     (See  Clark,  Melville,  assignor.) 

Burton,  Charles  S.,  Oak  Park.  111.  Container  for  music 
rolls  and  the  like.     No.  1,402,917  ;  Jan.  10. 

Burton,  Charles  S.,  Oak  Park,  111.  Vacuum  fuel-feed  de- 
vice for  internal-combustion  engines.  No.  1,408,440 ; 
Mar.  7. 

Burton,  Charles  S.,  Oak  Park.  111.  Container  for  music 
rolls  and  the  like.     No.   1,422.829  ;  July   18. 

Burton,  Charles  S.,  Oak  Park,  assignor  to  Stewart-Warner 
Speedometer  Corporation,  Chicago,  111.  Vacuum  fuel- 
feeding  device  for  internal-combustion  engines  and  the' 
like.     No.  1,432,381  ;  Oct.  17. 

Burton,  Charles  S.,  Oak  Park,  assignor  to  Stewart-Warner 
Speedometer  Corporation,  Chicago,  111.  Vacuum  fuel- 
feeding  device  for  internal-combustion  engines  and  the 
like.      No.    1,439,689;    Dec.    26. 

Burton,  Christopher  D.,  London,  England.  Container.  No 
1,415,986  ;  May  16. 

Burton,  Frank  F.,  Mount  Carmel,  assignor  to  Winchester 
Repeating  Arms  Co.,  New  Haven,  Conn.  Box  magazine 
for  firearms.     No.  1,407,633  ;  Feb.  21. 

Burton,  Frank  F.,  Mount  Carmel,  assignor  to  Win- 
chester Repeating  Arms  Co.,  New  Haven,  Conn.  Rear 
sight  for  firearms.      No.    1,438.694 ;    Dec.    12. 

Burton,  Frank  M.,  San  Antonio,  Tex.  Fuse  carrier.  No. 
1,405,271  ;  Jan.  31. 

Burton,  Frederick  A.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Bottle  cap.  No. 
1,427,259  ;  Aug.  29. 

Burton,  George  E.,  Philadelphia.  Pa.  Sharpener  for  ro- 
tary cutters.     No.  1,433,339  ;  Oct.  24. 

Burton,  James  E.,  Cambridge,  Mass.  Scale.  No. 
1,407.634  ;  Feb.  21. 

Burton-Page  Company.  (See  Shippert,  Warren  A.,  as- 
signor. ) 

Burton,     Thomas    J.,     Murphysboro,     111.       Sewer    inlet. 

No.  1,434,677;  Nov.  7. 
Burtt,  Winslow  J.     (See  Cole.  C.  D.,  and  Burtt.) 
Burwell,  Earl  L.,  Warsaw,  Ind.     Finger-print  stand.     No. 

1,404,432  ;  Jan.  24. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 

Alphabetical  list  of  patentees— Continued. 


Burwell,  George  O.,  Detroit,  Mich.,  and  C.  M.  Kurtz,  Belle- 
vue,  Pa.     Trolley-wheel  mount.     No.  1,415,987  ;  May  10. 

Bury,  Thomas  J.,  Houston,.  Tex.  Fender  brace.  Nrc. 
1,434,477;  Nov.  7. 

Busacker,  Emil  A.,  Milwaukeee,  Wis.  Truck-dumping 
device.     No.  1,403,587  ;  Jan.  17. 

Bushy,  Robert  S.,  Jacksonville,  Fla.  Hairpin.  No. 
1,429,712  ;  Sept.  19. 

Busby,  Robert  S.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  A.  D.  Rich- 
ardson and  R.  O.  Birchy,  Jacksonville,  Fla.  Tilting 
and  locking  device  for  steering  wheels.  No.  1,424,555  ; 
Aug.   1. 

Busch,  Henry,  Linnton,  Oreg.  Transmission.  No. 
1,405,272  ;  Jan.  31. 

Busch,  John  L.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Burglar-proof  mechanism 
for  banks.    No.  1,401,959  ;  Jan.  3. 

Busch-Sulzer  Bros.-Diesel  Engine  Company.  (See  Verhey, 
Huibert  C,  assignor.) 

Buscher,  George,  jr.      (See  Schein,  August  P.,  assignor.) 

Biischmann,  Theodor  E.,  Chemnitz-Kappel,  assignor  to 
Wanderer-Werke  vorm.  Winklhofer  &  Jaenicke  Aktien- 
gesellschaft,  Schonau  B.  Chemnitz,  Germany.  Tabulator 
bar  of  typewriter  tabulators.     No.   1,428,140  ;   Sept.   5. 

Biischmann,  Theodor  E.,  Chemnitz-Kappel,  assignor  to 
Wanderer-Werke  vorm.  Winklhofer  &  Jaenicke  Aktien- 
gesellschaft,  Schonau  B.  Chemnitz,  Germany.  Method 
and  apparatus  for  fixing-  slotback  types  upon  the  type 
levers  of  typewriters.     No.  1,428,141  ;  Sept.  5. 

Buschmeyer,  Clarence  R.,  assignor  to  The  Standard 
Register  Company,  Dayton,  Ohio.  Recording  auto- 
graphic  register.     No.   1,407,376 ;  Feb.   21. 

Buse,  Frederick  W.     (See  Stahl,  Hugo,  assignor.) 

Bush,  Carl,  assignor  of  one-half  to  F.  L.  Walters,  Mattoon, 
111.     Beading-tool  retainer.     No.  1,420,240  ;   June  20. 

Bush,  Charles  J.,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.  Automobile  rim  tool. 
No.  1,433,779  ;  Oct.  31. 

Bush,  Corydon  I.,  Gallipolis,  Ohio.  Lunch  or  game  lap- 
board.     No.   1,436,859  ;  Nov.  28. 

Bush  Electric  Company,  The.  (See  Bush,  Hazel  B.,  as- 
signor. ) 

Bush,  Everet  M.,  and  P.  Brown,  Haverstraw,  N.  Y.  Pro- 
tector for  shoes.     No.  1,440,337  ;  Dec.  26. 

Bush,  George  G.,  Bristol,  Conn.  Polisher.  No.  1,424,448  ; 
Aug.   1. 

Bush,  George  W.,  Covington,  Ky.  Means  employed  in 
collection  systems.     No.  1,419,815  ;  June  13. 

Bush,  Hazel  B.,  deceased,  San  Bernardino,  Calif.  ;  M.  D. 
Douglas,  administrator.  Fuse-gripping  device.  No. 
1,430,053  ;   Sept.  26. 

Bush,  Hazel  B.,  Bedford,  assignor  to  The  Bush  Electric 
Company,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Fuse  emplacing  and  remov- 
ing implement.     No.  1,422,830  ;  July  18. 

Bush,  Reno  J.,  Bloomsburg,  Pa.  Dispensing  container. 
No.  1,405,753  :  Feb.  7. 

Bush,  William  E.,  Fresno,  Calif.  Bathing  cap.  No. 
1,436,235;   Nov.  21. 

Bushell,  Charles  S.,  Beloit,  Wis.  Window.  No.  1,433,780  ; 
Oct.  31. 

Busher,  Joseph  E.,  and  T.  M.  Burns,  Kansas  City,  Mo. 
Electric-cord   take-up.      No.    1,432,964 ;    Oct.    24. 

Bushnell,  Alvah,  Company.  (See  Bushnell,  Alvah,  Jr., 
assignor.) 

Bushnell,  Alvah,  Jr.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Expanding  filing 
pocket.     No.  1,403,070  ;  Jan.  10. 

Bushnell,  Alvah,  Jr.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Removable  card 
holder  for  wallets  and  the  like.     No.  1,408,981 ;  Mar.  7. 

Bushnell,  Alvah,  Jr.,  assignor  to  Alvah  Bushnell  Company, 
Philadelphia,  Pa.  Binding  strap.  No.  1,421,164; 
June  27. 

Bushnell,  Clyde  E.     (See  Shimmin,  J.  T.,  and  Bushnell.) 

Bushnell,  John  B.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Direction  indicator 
for  vehicles.     No.  1,418,531 ;  June  6. 

Busick,  William  A.,  Belleville,  111.  Range.  No.  1,409,923  ; 
Mar.   21. 

Business  Systems,  Limited.  (See  Roberts,  Herbert  L., 
assignor. ) 

Buss,  John,  Freeport,  111.  Earth-embedded  flower  holder. 
No.    1.439,143  ;   Dec.    19. 

Busse,  Edwin  G.,  assignor  to  Chicago  Railway  Equip- 
ment Company,  Chicago,  111.  Reversible  strut  for 
brake  beams.     No.  1,438,632;  Dec.  12. 

Busse,  Edwin  G.     (See  Williams,  C.  H.,  and  Busse.) 

Busse,  Edwin  G.,  assignor  to  Chicago  Railway  Equipment 
Company,  Chicago,  111.  Brake  beam.  No.  1,421,064 ; 
June  27. 

Busse,  Edwin  G.,  assignor  to  Chicago  Railway  Equipment 
Company,  Chicago,  111.  Lubricated  side  bearing.  No. 
1,435,803;    Nov.    14. 

Busse,  Edwin  G.,  and  A.  W.  Hawkins,  assignors  to  Chi- 
cago Railway  Equipment  Company,  Chicago,  111.  Third 
or  fourth  point  support  bracket  for  brake  rigging.  No. 
1,428,214;  Sept.  5. 

Busse,  Edwin  G.,  and  G.  N.  Van  Sweringen,  assignors  to 
Chicago  Railway  Equipment  Company,  Chicago,  111. 
Brake  head.     No.  1,430,355  ;  Sept.  26. 

Busse,  Otto,  Hettstedt,  Germany.  Casting  mold.  No. 
1,413,387;    Apr.    IS. 

Bussey,  Charles  C,  Brooklyn  assignor  to  S.  E.  Darby, 
trustee,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Apparatus  for  treating  car- 
bonaceous material  for  the  recovery  of  the  volatile  hy- 
drocarbon constituents  thereof.     No.  1,432,275  ;  Oct.  17. 


Bussey,  Charles  C,  Brooklyn,  assignor  to  S.  E.  Darby, 
trustee,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Treating  carbonaceous  ma- 
terial for  the  recovery  of  the  volatile  hydrocarbon  con- 
stituents   thereof.      No.    1,432,276 ;    Oct.    17. 

Bussey,  Clyde  G.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Direction  signal  for 
motor  vehicles.     No.  1,434,326  ;  Oct.  31. 

Bussinger,  William  J.,  assignor  to  National  Specialtv 
Manufacturing  Company,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Potato 
slicer.     No.  1,439.501  ;  Dec.   19. 

Busskohl,  Dick  F.,  Pedro,  S.  Dak.  Belt  guide  and  stay. 
No.   1,410,549 ;   Mar.  28. 

Bustamante,  Gonzalo  J.,  South  Hadley,  Mass.  Produc- 
tion of  cellulose  from  vegetable  matter.  No.  1,402,210  ; 
Jan.  3. 

Buswell,  Edwin,  Birmingham,  England.  Forming  or  tru- 
ing up  the  peripheries  of  grinding  wheels.  No. 
1,440,338;  Dec.  26. 

Buswell,  Henry  L.  F.  (See  Hammond,  J.  H.,  Jr.,  and 
Buswell.) 

Buswell,  Henry  L.  F.,  assignor  to  J.  H.  Hammond,  jr., 
Gloucester,  Mass.  System  for  salvo  firing  of  torpedoes. 
No.   1,431,144;  Oct.  3. 

Butcher,  Harry  E.,  assignor  to  The  Standard  Parts  Com- 
pany, Cleveland,  Ohio.  Demountable  vehicle  wheel  rim. 
No.   1,422,661  ;   July  11. 

Butcher,  Hervey  E.,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.  Reenforced  concrete 
column.      No.    1,410,453 ;    Mar.    21. 

Butcher,  James  I.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Variable-speed  trans- 
mission.    No.   1,410,454  ;.  Mar.  21. 

Butcher,  James  M.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
Sentinel  Alarm  Clock  Co.,  Chicago,  111.  Mounting  and 
control   for  alarms.     No.   1,410,161;  Mar.   21. 

Butcher,  Michael,  Fernie,  British  Columbia,  Canada.  Com- 
bination electrical  heater  and  cooker.  No.  1,438,516  ; 
Dec.   12. 

Butcher,  William  L.,  Bringhurst,  Ind.  Fence  pro- 
tector.    No.   1,406,929  ;  Feb.   14. 

Butler,  Arthur  C,  Boston,  Mass.  Drawing  mechanism. 
No.   1,428,271  ;  Sept.  5. 

Butler,  Arthur  C,  Boston,  Mass.  Drawing  or  drafting 
mechanism.     No.  1.433,529  ;  Oct.  31. 

Butler,  Charles  A.,  Okmulgee,  Okla.  Pipe  tongs.  No. 
1,435,376  ;   Nov.  14. 

Butler,  David,  Montezuma,  N.  Y.  Apparatus  for  testing 
motor  vehicles.     No.   1,407,377 ;  Feb.  21. 

Butler,  David  H.,  Edgewood,  assignor  to  Inlaid  Company, 
Providence,  R.  I.  Cigarette  case.  No.  1,409,665 ; 
Mar.    14. 

Butler,  Edgar  M.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Freight-car-unloading 
device.     No.  1,402,475  ;  Jan.  3. 

Butler,  Edgar  M.,  and  G.  A.  Jochum,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
Dumb-waiter  attachment.     No.  1,404,832  ;  Jan.  31. 

Butler,  Edward  M.,  assignor  to  S.  B.  Butler,  Croton 
Falls,  N.  Y.     Cuff  link.     No.  1,431,629  ;   Oct.   10. 

Butler,  Frank  L.,  Chicago,  111.  Switch-supporting  attach- 
ment for  electric  fixtures.     No.  1,423,645  ;  July  25. 

Butler,  Frank  L.,  Chicago,  111.  Electric  fixture.  No. 
1,423,646;    July    25. 

Butler,  Frank  M.,  Elko,  Nev.  Valve-spring  lifter.  No. 
1,428,471  ;   Sept.  5. 

Butler,  Harold,  H.,  R.  II.  Hay  hurst,  and  W.  Alderson, 
Halifax,  England.  Slotting,  shaping,  milling,  drilling, 
and  other  like  machine  tools.     No.  1,416,786  ;  May  23. 

Butler,  Harry  F.,  Oklahoma,  Okla.  Gate.  No.  1,439,604  ; 
Dec.  19. 

Butler,  Harry  R.,  Pelham  Manor,  N.  Y'.,  assignor  to  The 
Yale  &  Towne  Manufacturing  Company,  Stamford, 
Conn.     Trolley-track  hanger.     No.   1,411,234;  Mar.   28. 

Butler,  James,  Alberton,  Mont.  Cattle  guard.  No. 
1,435,582  ;  Nov.  14. 

Butler,  James  L.,  Akron,  Ohio  assignor  to  The  B.  F. 
Goodrich  Company  New  York,  N.  Y.  Method  and  ap- 
paratus for  making  tire  casings.  No.  1,428,752 ; 
Sept.  12. 

Butler,  Henry.      (See  Eldridge,  John,  assignor.) 

Butler,  Herbert.  (See  Butler,  H.  and  H.,  Hayhurst,  and 
Alderson.) 

Butler,  Hugh  M.     (See  Davis,  Charles  W.,  assignor.) 

Butler,  Israel,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  J.  I. 
Brunson  and  G.  A.  Saunders.  Train  control.  No. 
1,414,860;  May  2. 

Butler,  J.  W.,  Paper  Company.  (See  Lysen,  John  E.,  as- 
signor.) 

Butler,  Jay  E.,  assignor  to  Victor  Piston  Ring  Company, 
Baltimore,  Md.  Apparatus  for  testing  piston  rings. 
No.  1,426,711  ;  Aug.  22. 

Butler,  John  S.,  and  E.  Fowler,  U.  S.  Army.  Flash  hidfir 
and  recoil  absorber.     No.  1.415.919:  May  16. 

Butler,  John  S.,  U.  S.  Army,  assignor  to  N.  D.  Baker, 
Secretary  of  War,  trustee.  Luminous  gun  sight.  No. 
1,423,184;  July  18. 

Butler,  Joseph,  Altrincham,  England.  Gramophone.  No. 
1.408,798  ;  Mar.  7. 

Butler,  Joseph,  Auckland,  New  Zealand,  assignor  to  The 
Kauri  Timber  Company,  Limited,  Melbourne,  Victoria, 
Australia.     Wooden  panel.     No.  1.418.007  :  May  30. 

Butler,  Percival  P.,  and  II.  H.  Stout,  Douglas,  Ariz.,  as- 
signors of  fifty-five  one-hundredths  to  Phelps  Dodge  Cor- 
poration. Process  and  apparatus  for  extracting  copper 
from  slag  in  the  reverberatory  furnaces.  No'.  1,416,262  ; 
May  16. 


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79 


Butler,  Richard  V.,  Old  Forge,  Pa.  Thread  guide  for 
spinning   machines.     No.   1.412.917 ;   Apr.   18. 

Butler,  Robert  B.,  Chicago.  111.  Window-fastening  .device. 
No.  1,408,862  ;  Mar.  7. 

Butler,  Stewart  B.     (See  Butler,  Edward  M.,  assignor.) 

Butler,  William  A.,  Portsmouth,  Va.  Inside  pipe  wrench. 
No.  1,405,896  ;  Feb.  7. 

Butler,  William  F.,  Fairport,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  American 
i  an  Company.  Fish  -  positioning  machine.  No. 
1,416.687;    May    23. 

Butt,  Charles  A.,  Atlanta,  Ga.  Conditioning  fertilizer. 
No.  1,418,618  ;  June  6. 

Butt,  Herbert  G.     (See  Callan,  Frank  J.,  assignor.) 

Butterfield,  Alfred  R.  (See  Butterfleld,  Fred  H.,  and 
A.  R.) 

Butterfield,  Daniel  J.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Beverage-vend 
ing  machine.     No.  1,407.838:  Feb.  28. 

Butterfield,  Daniel  J.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Automatic 
mixer  for  beverage-vending  machines.  No.  1,436,009  ; 
Nov.    21. 

Butterfield,  Elmore  E.,  Forest  Hills,  N.  Y.  Recovering 
peptones  and  hematin  from  blood.  No.  1,403.892 ; 
Jan.  17. 

Butterfield.  Everett  N.,  Auburn,  Nebr.  Hitching  element. 
No.   1,412,840  :   Apr.   18. 

Butterfield,  Fred  H.,  and  A.  R.,  Long  Beach,  Calif.  Speed 
indicator.     No.  1,409,134  ;  Mar.  7. 

Butterfield.  Maurice  A.,  Lowell,  Mass.  Circle-cutting 
tool.      No.    1,423,828  ;    July    25. 

Butters-Camp  Mfg.  Co.,  The.  (See  Camp,  W.  H.,  and 
Butters,   assignors.) 

Butters,  Robert  H.      (See  Camp,  W.  II.,  and  Butters.) 

Butters,  Robert  H.     (See  Levy,  Henri  G.,  assignor.) 

Bntterworth.  Arthur,  Jr.  (See  Butterworth,  Arthur,  A., 
Jr.,  and  H.) 

Butterworth.  Arthur,  A.,  Jr.,  and  H.,  Rochdale,  England. 
Semiautomatic  chucking  or  turning  machine  and  the 
like  machine  tool.     No.  1,402,397  ;  Jan.  3. 

Butterworth,  II.  W.,  and  Son's  Company.  (See  Brehmer, 
Herman    ('.,    assignor.) 

Butterworth,  H.  W.,  &  Sons  Company.  (See  Wiegand, 
Hugo  O.,  assignor.) 

Butterworth,  Harold.  (See  Butterworth,  Arthur,  A.,  Jr., 
and  H.) 

Butterworth,  Samuel  D.,  Lansing,  Mich.  Windshield 
visor.     No.  1,412,551  ;  Apr.  11. 

Butterworth,  Samuel  D.,  Lansing,  Mich.  Connecting-door 
lock.     No.    1,437.040 ;   Nov.    28. 

Button,  George  W.,  and  M.  Sierad,  New  York.  N.  Y. 
Dispenser  and  container  for  perfumes.  No.  1,420,965  ; 
June  27. 

Buttram,  William  H.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  R.  Kobel, 
one-fourth  to  W.  D.  Mayo,  and  one-fourth  to  J.  M. 
Mayo,  Sallisaw,  Okla.  Rim  tool.  No.  1,420,813 ; 
June  27. 

Buttress,  George  A..  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  assignor  to  But- 
tress Manufacturing  Company.  Drying,  curing,  and 
shaping  rolls  for  wall  board.     No.  1.439.2S9  ;  Dec.  19. 

Buttress  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Buttress,  George 
A.,  assignor.) 

Buttrick,  Sidney  H.,  Melrose.  Mass.  Flexible  bed-cover- 
retaining  device.     No.  1,419,015  :  June  6. 

Buttrum,  William,  Joplin,  Mo.  Lathe.  No.  1,426,546 ; 
Aug.    22. 

Butts,  Alfred.      (See  Lopez,  Raymond,  assignor.) 

Butts,  Charles  M.,  Orville,  Calif.  Subgrade  drag.  No. 
1.439.290:  Dec.  19. 

Butts,  Daniel  G.,  assignor  to  Ivory  Garter  Company, 
New  Orleans,  La.  Hose-supporter  button.  No. 
1.437,926  ;  Dec.  5. 

Butts,  Edward,  Georgetown,  Colo.,  and  H.  K.  Dean. 
Boston,  Mass.     Railway  tie.     No.  1.430,884  ;  Oct.  3. 

Butusov,  William  P..  Norfolk,  Va.  Power  plant.  No. 
1.423,514  ;    July    25. 

Buxton,  Incorporated.   (See  Buxton,  Warner  R.,  assignor.) 

Buxton.  Warner  R..  Longmeadow,  assignor  to  Buxton, 
Incorporated.  Springfield,  Mass.  Key  case.  No. 
1.423,909;    July    25. 

Buxton,  Warner  R„  Longmeadow,  assignor  to  Buxton,  In- 
corporated, Springfield,  Mass.  Case  for  kevs  and  the 
like.      No.    1,439,863 :    Dec.    26. 

Buxton,  Warner  R.,  Longmeadow,  assignor  to  Buxton,  In- 
corporated, Springfield.  Mass.  Case  for  keys  and  the 
like.     No.   1.439.864  ;   Dec.  26. 

Buzzaird,  Raleigh  B..  Washington,  D.  C.  assignor,  by 
mesne  assignments,  to  Davis  Automatic  Equipment  Cor- 
poration. New  York.  N.  Y.  Coin-lock  mechanism.  No. 
1,411.952;  Apr.' 4.    " 

Brain.  Richard  P.,  Port  Gamble,  Wash.  Dust  cap.  No. 
1.436,082  ;  <Nov.  21. 

Bye.  Karl,  anil  P.  Werle.  Butte.  Mont.  Rail-bending  de- 
vice    No.   1.420,179;   June  20. 

Bye,  Mortimer,  and  L.  H.  Carlson,  assignors  to  Frederick 
Stearns  &  Companv.  Detroit.  Mich.  Medicinal  prepa- 
ration.    No.   1,439.605:   Doc.   19. 

Byer,  Edgar  H.     (See  Wagaman,  S.  M..  and  Byer.) 

Byer.  Solomon.  New  York,  N.  Y.  Garment  press.  No. 
1.402.049  ;  Jan.  3. 

Byerlein.    Erie   J.,    Milwaukee,    Wis.      Flask   fitting.      No. 

Byers.   A.   M..   (  ompany.      fSpp   Aston.   James,   assignor.) 

Byers,  Ben.iiman  O.,  assignor  of  one-half  to   W    St    John 

Cleveland,  Ohio.     Auto  lock.     No.  1,421.401  •  July  4     ' 


Byers,  John  F.,  Machine  Company,  The.      (See  Beckwith, 

Henry  C,  assignor.) 
Byers,  Joseph  J.,  Brookline,  Mass.,  assignor,  by  mesne  as- 
signments,  to  Rajet   Companv.     Footwear  and   making 

the  same.     No.   1,408,265  ;   Feb.   28. 
Byers,  Robert  M.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.    Garter.   No.  1,424,801  ; 

Aug.   8. 
Byles,  Frank  A.,  Schenectady,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  General 

Electric    Company.      Electric    system.      No.    1,415,309 ; 

May  9. 
Bylger,  Frans  I.  L.,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.     Troughing  pulley 

for  belt  conveyers.     No.  1,422,662  ;  July  11. 
Bylund,  Eric,  Winnipeg,  Manitoba,  Canada.     Vehicle  tire. 

No.  1,422,921  ;  July  18. 
By-Products   Recovery   Co.,   The.      (See   Mellott,    Howard 

S.,   assignor.) 
Byrd,   Atvill,   Kansas   City,   Mo.      Obstetrical   instrument. 

No.   1.424,984;  Aug.  8. 
Byrd,  Walter.     (See  Beasley,  H.  E.,  and  Byrd.) 
Byrne,   Charles  F.,   Janesville,    Wis.,   assignor  to   General 

Motors   Corporation,   Detroit,   Mich.      Automatic   water 

control  for  ensilage  cutters.     No.  1,434.349  ;  Oct.  31. 
Byrne,  Charles  F.  S.,  Janesville,  Wis.,  assignor  to  General 

Motors   Corporation,   Detroit.  Mich.      Rod  and  cross-pin 


connection   and   making  same.     No.  1.417,229  ;  May  23. 
yrne,   Edward  A.,   Brooklyn,  N.  Y.     Trs   ' 
No.  1,412,504  ;  Apr.  11. 


Byrne,  Francis  J.,  Cannon  Township,  Kent  County,  Mich. 
Device  for  holding  traps.     No.  1,409,924  ;  Mar.  21. 

Byrne,  Reginald  P.",  East  Malvern,  Victoria,  Australia." 
Device  for  securing  articles  to  clotheslines.  No. 
1,402,567  ;  Jan.  3. 

Byrne,  Thomas,  jr.,  Chicago,  111.  Concrete  mixer.  No. 
1,428,941  ;  Sept.  12. 

Byrnes,  Clarence  P.,  trustee.  (See  James,  Joseph  II., 
assignor.) 

Byrnes,  Clarence  P.,  Sewickley,  Pa.  Method  of  and  ap- 
paratus   for   drawing   glass.      No.    1,425,746 ;    Aug.    15. 

Byron,  Hagar  B.,  New  York.  N.  Y.  Film  sprocket  wheel 
for  moving-picture  machines.      No.   1,424,877 ;   Aug.   8. 

Byron,  Orra  E.,  Louisville,  Ky.  Trailer  steering  gear.  No 
1,427,513  ;  Aug.  29. 

Byron,  Thomas  F.,  Chicago,  III.  Bracket.  No.  1,407,251  ; 
Feb.  21. 

Byrum,  Otho  H.     (See  Springfield,  Garland  P.,  assignor.) 

Bystrom,  John,  Chicago,  111.  Loose-leaf  binder.  No. 
1,421,126  ;  June  27. 

Bywater,  Arthur,  D.,  and  L.,  London,  England.  Appara- 
tus for  raising  and  forcing  oils.  No.  1,402.835  ; 
Jan.  10. 

Bywater,  Darol.     (See  Bywater.  Arthur,  D.,  and  L.) 

Bywater,  Lennox.     (See  Bywater,  Arthur,  D.,  and  L.) 

C  &  C  Developing  Company.  (See  Colvin,  Cadet  M.,  as- 
signor.) 

C.  and  D.  Mfg.  Company.     (See  Dalitz,  Harry,  assignor.) 

C.  &  E.  Fein,  Elektrotechnische  Fabrik.  (See  Berner, 
Autrust,    assignor.) 

Cabalka,  Frank,  Geddes,  S.  Dak.  Power-actuated  hay 
knife.     No.  1,415,789  ;  May  9. 

Cable  Company,  The.     (See  Hagey,  James  C,  assignor.) 

Cable  Company.  The.     (See  Swensen,  Alfred,  assignor.) 

Cable,  George  W..  Marysville,  Calif.  Cleaner  and  polish 
composition.     No.  1,415,866  ;  May  16. 

Cabot,  Deane  A.      (See  Smith,  E.  W.,  and  Cabot.) 

Cabot,  Samuel.  Inc.     (See  Cabot.  Samuel,  assignor.) 

Cabot,  Samuel,  Inc.     (See  Newbury,  Warren  C,  assignor.) 

Cabot,  Samuel,  Canton,  Mass.,  assignor  to  Samuel  Cabot, 
Inc.    Varnish  and  making  same.    No.  1.413,964  ;  Apr.  25. 

Cabral.  Seraphine  M.,  New  Bedford.  Mass.  Yarn  guide 
and  tension.     No.  1,436,942  ;  Nov.  28. 

Cabrini,  At'tilio,  Milan,  Italy.  Weeding  machine  for  rice 
fields.     No.  1,412,164  ;   Apr.  11. 

Cacciari,  Alfonso,  Milan,  Italy.  Pneumatic  rotarv  pump 
for  rarefying  and  compressing  fluids.  No.  1,426,356  ; 
Aug.  22. 

Caccioppoli,  Lorenzo.     (See  Assereto,  A.,  and  Caccioppoli.) 

Cacici,  Tina.  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Embroidery  frame.  No. 
1.411,908;   Apr.   4. 

Caddell,  Thomas,  Canton,  Mass.  Roll  for  finishing  and 
like  machines.     No.   1,435,583  ;  Nov.   14. 

Cade,  Charles  W.,  Bellevue.  assignor  to  McKinnov  Manu- 
facturing Company,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Truck.  No, 
1,431,630  ;  Oct.  10. 

Cade,  Enos  B..  Seattle,  Wash.  Measuring  device.  No 
1.405,754  ;  Feb.  7. 

Cade.  Enos  B.,  Portland,  Oreg.  Meter.  No.  1,421,903; 
July  4.  ■    ■ 

Cadgene,    Ernest.       (See    Verney,    Marius,    assignor.) 

Cadillac  Motor  Car  Company.  (See  Aseltine,  Fred  E.,  as- 
signor.) 

Cadillac  Motor  Car  Company.  (See  Litle,  Thomas  J.  ir  , 
assignor.) 

Cadillac  Motor  Car  Companv.  (See  Snell,  Lvle  K  as- 
signor.) 

Cadillac  Motor  Car  Company.  (See  White.  D'Orsav  M  . 
assignor.) 

Cadman.  Addi  B..  assignor  to  Warner  Manufacturing  Com- 
pany. Beloit;  Wis.  Bolster  and  chock.  No.  1,411,403; 
Apr.  4. 

Cadman.  Addi  B„  Beloit.  assignor  to  Warner  Manufac- 
turing Company,  South  Beloit,  Wis.  Trailer  truck. 
No.   1.421.402  ;  July  4. 

Cadmus.  Frederick  f..  Jr.,  Fairmont,  W.  Va.  Running 
gear  of  vehicles.     No.  1,403,288  ;  Jan.  10. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 

Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Cadwalader,  Kinsey,  Argentine,  Kans.,  assignor  of  one- 
half  to  R.  L.  Hutton,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Warehouse 
dumping  truck.  No.  1,410,991 ;  Mar.  28. 
Cadwell,  Charles  A.,  assignor  to  The  Electric  Railway  Im- 
provement Company,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Rail  bond  and 
making  same.  No.  1,412,269;  Apr.  11. 
Cadwell,    Joel   M.,    Portland,    Oreg.      Folding   table.      No. 

1,413,706  ;  Apr.  25. 
Cadwell,  John  G.     (See  Scott,  R.  D.,  and  Cadwell.) 
Cadwell,  Phineas  M.,  assignor  to  Cadwell  &  Salyers,  Mal- 
vern,  Iowa.      Scoop-attaching  means   for   grading  and 
excavating  machines.      No.   1,410,162 ;   Mar.    21. 
Cadwell,    Sidney   M.,    New   York,   N.    Y.,    assignor   to   The 
Naugatuck  Chemical  Company.    Vulcanization  of  rubber 
employing  amines  and  open-chain  aldehydes  and  similar 
substances  and  products  obtained  thereby.  No.  1 ,417,970  ; 
May  30. 
Cadwell  &  Salyers.      (See  Cadwell,  Phineas  M.,  assignor.) 
Cady,  George  B.,  Canastota,  N.  Y.    Device  for  placing  pis- 
tons having  rings  in  cylinders.     No.  1,425,075  ;  Aug.  8. 
Cady,   Sherman  W.,  Auburn,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to   Interna- 
tional     Harvester      Company.        Disk      harrow.        No. 
1,433,068  ;   Oct.  24. 
Cady,    Willis    B.,    Chicago,    111.      Air-brake    handle.      No. 

1,423,185;  JulyJ.8. 
Caesber,  Asa  E.     (See  Jordan,  T.  A.,  and  Caesber.) 
Cafferate,     Bernard     J.,     Newark-upon-Trent,     England. 
Plaster-slab-molding   machine.     No.   1,430,885 ;   Oct.    3. 
Cafiero,  Michael  J.     (See  Olsen,  Harvey,  assignor.) 
Cahill,  Gerald,  et  al.     (See  Carlson,  Ivar,  assignor.) 
C'ahill,   John,  Lewisburg,   Ohio.     Burial  vault   or  mauso- 
leum or  the  like.    No.  1,432,836 ;  Oct.  24. 
Cahill,   Thomas  J.,   Philadelphia,   Pa.     Aerial  bomb.     No. 

•1,417,299;    May    23. 
Cahn,  Alma  M.,   Stockton,   Calif.     Child's  garment.     No. 

1,439,502  ;  Dec.  19. 
Gahusac,  Clarence  N.,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Uni- 
versal Fixture  Corporation,  New  York,  N.  Y.     Revolving 
display  fixture.      No.   1,432,277;   Oct.   17. 
'  Caimi,  Domenico,  et  al.     (See  Liuni.  Salvatore,  assignor.) 
Cain,  Alvah  E.,  Philipsburg,  Mont.  Tractor.  No.  1,405,897  ; 

Feb.  7. 
Cain,   Alvah   E.,   Philipsburg,   Mont.      Frictional    tractor 

gearing.     No.  1,435,584  ;  Nov.  14. 
Cain,  Charles,  Washington  Township,  Owen  County,  Ind. 

Animal  trap.     No.  1,418,864;  June  6. 
Cain,  Charlie  L.,  Blackford,  assignor  of  one-fourth  to  W.  D. 
Crowell,  Marion,  Ky.    Crosstie.    No.  1,427,062  ;  Aug.  22. 
Cain,  Clarence  E.,  Wilmer,  Tex.    Automatic  clutch  release. 

No.  1,418,619  ;  June  6. 
Cain,  Harry  N.,  assignor  to  The  Donley  Brothers  Com- 
pany,    Cleveland,     Ohio.       Fireplace     damper.       No. 
1,415,522 ;  May  9. 
Cain,    James   W.,   Detroit,  Mich.      Spotlight   signal.      No. 

1,413,096  ;  Apr.   18. 
Cain,  John  J.,  Bayonne,  N.  J.     Making  headers  for  tubular 

boilers.      No.   1,420,241 ;   June  20. 
Cain,    John    W.,    Chicago,    111.      Windshield   wiper.      No. 

1,406,341  ;  Feb.  14. 
Cain,  Joseph  C,  jr.,   Ford,  Ky.     Mail-bag  catcher.     No. 

1.436,149  ;  Nov.  21. 
Cain.   Thomas   P.,   Wichita,   Kans.      Hub   pull-out   attach- 
ment.   No.  1,403,389  ;  Jan.  10. 
Cain,  William  H.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.     Gas  and  air  mixer. 

No.  1,407,346  ;  Feb.  21. 
Cairns,  George  A.,  et  al.     (See  Mixon,  Louis  L.,  assignor.) 
Cairns,  Joseph  W.     (See  Cairns,  Robert  and  J.  W.) 
Cairns,  Robert  and  J.  W.,  Watertown,  Wis.     Coin-delivery 

machine.    No.  1,431,215  ;  Oct.  10. 
Calahan,   Delona   L.,   Fairfax,   Wash.      Car-loading  appa- 
ratus.     No.   1,424,279;  Aug.  1. 
Calandra,    Vincent,    Buffalo,    N.    Y.     Budding  implement. 

No.   1,423,491;  July  18. 
Calarco,   Domenico,  Burlington,   Vt.     Sounding  toy.      No. 

1,413,454;   Apr.    18. 
Calcaterra,  Joseph,  New  York,  and  O.  J.  Bernardoni,  Co- 
rona, N.  Y.     Means  to  prevent  dead  centers  in  engines. 
No.  1,430,491;   Sept.   26. 
Calco,     Joseph,     Chicago,     111.       Detachable     cuffi.       No. 

1.413,897;   Apr.  25. 
Calderaro,  Vito.      (See  Ruffo,  E.,  and  Calderaro.) 
Calderwood,  William  T.,  Huddersfleld,  England.    Machine 
relating  to  the  manufacture  and  molding  of  soap.     No. 
1,409,925  ;   Mar.    21. 
Caldwell,  Alfred  B.,  Detroit,  Mich.     Pennant  holder.     No. 

1,433.933  ;   Oct.  31. 
Caldwell,  Charles  P.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.     Ventilator.     No. 

1,408,441 ;  Mar.  7. 
Caldwell,  Clarence  H.,  Oak  Park,  111.     Typewriter  attach- 
ment.    No.  1,424,985 ;  Aug.  8. 
Caldwell,  Comer.      (See  Beverly,  F.  P.,  and  Caldwell.) 
Caldwell,  Francis  S.,  Columbus,  Ohio,  and  A.  M.  Bennett, 
Westfield,   N.   J.,   assignors,   by   mesne   assignments,    to 
Burke     Electric     Company.      Electric     welding.      No. 
1,428,529;   Sept.   12. 
Caldwell,  Frank  W.,  Dayton,  Ohio.     Variable-pitch  or  re- 
versible propeller.     No.  1,404,269  ;  Jan.  24. 
Caldwell,  Harold  G.     (See  Ehrenfelde,  R.,  and  Caldwell.) 
Caldwell,    James   R.,    assignor   to   The    Seamless    Rubber 
Company,    Inc.,   New   Haven,   Conn.      Recoil   pad.     No. 
1,418,532;  June  6. 
Caldwell.    John    C,    Miami,    Fla.       Fishing    rod.       No. 
1,415,310 ;  May  9. 


No. 


Caldwell,     John    H.,     Wenona,     111.       Disk     plow. 

1,404,577  ;  Jan.  24. 
Caldwell,  P.  G.      (See  Hood,  William  S..  assignor.) 
Caldwell,  Paul  L.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.    Light  director  and 

reflector  for  automobile  lamps.    No.  1,403,840  :  Jan    17 
Caldwell,  Warren  A.,  Oskaloosa,  Lowa.     Graiu  crib      No' 

1,421,763  ;  July  4. 
Caldwell,  William  L.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 

United   Alloy    Steel    Corporation,   Canton,   Ohio.      Joist 

hanger.     No.  1,406,723;  Feb.  14. 
Calef,  Heman  A.,  Portland,  Oreg.     Comforter  or  wadded 

quilt.     No.   1,421,906;  July  4. 
Calhoun,  Chas.,  et  al.     (See  Werts,  William  D„  assignor.) 
Calhoun,   Henry  C,  Detroit,  Mich.     Vehicle  wheel.     No 

1,407,252  ;  Feb.  21. 
Calhoun,  John  W.,  Chester,  Pa.    Metex-box,  manhole,  and 

like  cover.    No.  1,408,982  •;  Mar.  7. 
Calhoun    j_obn  W.,   Chester,  Pa.     Meter-box  cover.     No. 

1,421,669  ;  July  4. 
Calhoun    John   W,   Chester,   Pa.     Meter-testing  machine. 

Calhoun,  Lannie  M.   '  (See  Martin,  H.  W.,  ahd  Calhoun.) 
Calhoun,    sterling    W.,    Glencoe,    111.      Fluid    compressor. 

No.    1,413,388 ;    Apr.    18. 
California  Barrel  Co.      (See  Warren,  M.  C,  and  Krohn, 

assignors.) 


(See  Andresen,  Julius  C,  as- 

Company.       (See    Coberly, 

(See    Oliver,    Albert   L.,    as- 

(See     Blankenhorn, 

(See   Fitchet, 


No.    1,407,378; 
James   L.      (See   Callaghan,    George    H.   and 

Hand-propelled 
Apparatus    for 


California  Barrel  Company. 

signor.) 
California     Burdett    Oxygen 

Clarence  J.,  assignor.) 
California   Cap .  Company. 

signor.) 
California     Packing     Corporation. 

G.  W.,  and  Castberg,  assignors.) 
California   Sales  Agency   Company,   The 

Charles  L.,  assignor.) 
Caligan,  William  L    Waterbury,  assignor  to  Robert  N.  Bas- 

flU  5£mpainy    oInc-'    Derby>     ConEU     BaS    lock-      No. 
1,4.27,353  ;  Aug.  29. 

Calise,  Harry  J  New  York,  N.  Y.  Automobile  lamp  cover. 
No.    1,409,666 ;    Mar.    14. 

Calkins,  Bert  L.,  Racine,  Wis.  Hacksaw  machine  No 
1,437,225  ;    Nov.    28. 

Calkins,  Frederick  A.,  Waterbury,  Conn.  Chain-link  open- 
ing and  closing  device.     No.  1,438,216  ;  Dec.  12 

Calkins,  Seward  H.,  New  York,  N.  1".  Divider  and  re- 
enforcing  strip.     No.  1,434,281  ;  Oct.  31. 

Calkins  Uriah  R.,  Cheyenne  Wells,  Colo.  Composition 
?f,,?!a£&r  f?r  the  treatment  of  diseases  of  cows.  No. 
1,404,370  ;  Jan.  24. 

Calkins,  William  M.,  Syracuse,  N.  Y.  Apparatus  for  mix- 
rog  liquids.     No.   1,420,079 ;  June  20. 

Call  Ralph  H.,  Manchester,  N.  H.  Milk-bottle  holder.  No 
1,419,488  ;  June  13. 

Callaghan,  George  H.  and  j;  L.,  assignors  of  three-fourths 
to  T.  L.  Glazebrook,  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  and  one-fourth 
to   said   J.    L.    Callaghan.      Town»pe. 
Feb.  21. 

Callaghan, 
J.  L.) 

Callaghan,    William    E.,    Canton,    Ohio, 
vehicle.     No.  1,439,465;  Dec.  19. 

Callahan,    Charles    F.,    Memphis,    Tenn. 

dispensing  beverages.     No.   1,409,827 ;   Ma'rT  14."" 

Callahan,  James  P.,  San  Francisco.  Calif.  Side-wing  and 
sunshade  supporting  bracket.     No.  1,433,934  ;  Oct.  31. 

Callahan,  Timothy  F.,  Squantum,  Mass.  Liquid  measur- 
ing  and  dispensing  apparatus.     No.  1,423,305  ;  July  18. 

Callahan,  Walter  E      (See  Eppleman,  C.  C,  and  Callahan.) 

Callahan,  William  J.,  Worcester,  Mass.  Automobile  in- 
strument light.    No.  1,411,266  ;  Apr.  4. 

Callais,  Julian  C,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Amusement  device 
No.  1,421,907  ;  July  4. 

Callan,  Frank  J.,  deceased,  Boston,  by  A.  E.  Reimer  exec- 
utor, Boston,  assignor  to  H.  G.  Butt,  Winthrop.'Mass. 
Quick-acting  pipe  vise.    No.  1,421,065 ;  June  27. 

Callard,  Robert  P.,  Charleston,  W.  *a.,  assignor  to  The 
Libbey-Owens  Sheet  Glass  Company,  Toledo,  Ohio 
Sheet-glass-drawing  mechanism.     No.  1.402,145  ;  Jan    3 

Callaway,  Oswald  E.,  Dallas,  Tex.  .Attachment  for  bind- 
ers.    No.  1,425,365;  Aug.  8. 

Callebert,  Alfonse,  assignor  to  Rex  Machine  Tool  Co..  Jack- 
son,  Mich.  Cylinder  -  reaming  tool.  No.  1,427,514- 
Aug.  29. 

Callebert,  Alfonse,  assignor  to  Rex  Machine  Tool  Com- 
pany, Jackson,  Mich.  Burnishing  tool.  No.  1,429,403  • 
Sept.  19.  ' 

Callery,  George  F.,  Oak  Park,  and  R.  W.  Lotz,  Chicago, 
111.    Carton.    No.  1,415,988  ;  May  16. 

Callery,  Thomas  J.,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.  Freight-car-closlne 
device.     No.  1,405,485  ;  Feb.  7. 

Callier,  Felix  J.,  Brush,  Colo.  Automatic  focusing  device 
for  enlarging  cameras.     No.  1423,997;  July  25. 

Callison,  Abner  F.,  Buffalo  Creek,  Colo.  Loading  and  un- 
loading means  and  portable  body  for  trucks.  No. 
1.422,663;  July  11. 

Callsen,  Jurgen,  Elberfeld,  assignor  to  Farbenfabrlken 
vorm.  Frledr.  Bayer  and  Co.,  Leverkusen,  near  Co- 
logne-on-the-Rhlne,  Germany.  Manufacture  and  pro- 
duction of  bromodiethylacetylcarboxyalkyl-urea  com- 
pounds.    No.   1,424,236 ;   Aug.   1. 

Callsen,  Tiirgen.  (See  Willstatter,  R.,  Duisberg,  and  Call- 
sen.) 


UNITED    STATES    PATENT    OFFICE,     V.r. 

Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


81 


Callum,  Henry  B.  M.,  and  G.  S.  Hollister  ;  said  Calluin  as- 
signor of  his  entire  right  to  The  Brooklyn  Manufactur- 
ing Company,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Means  for  applying  gear 
transmission   to  Ford  cars.     No.  1,410,163  ;  Mar.  21. 

Calmanson,  Saul.     (See  Melniker,  A.,  and  Calmanson.) 

Calthrop,  Everard  R.,  assignor  to  E.  R.  Calthrop's  Aerial 
Patents  Limited,  London,  England.  Parachute.  No. 
1.430.011  :   Nov.  21. 

Calthrop's,  E.  R.,  Aerial  Patents  Limited.  (See  Calthrop, 
Everard   R.,   assignor.) 

Calusinski,  Edward,  Chicago,  111.  Bed.  No.  1.413,455; 
Apr.    18. 

Calvento.  Tedro  J.,  Manila,  P.  I.  Fencil  case.  No. 
1,431,722;  Oct.  10. 

Calvert,  Frank  YV.,  Swarthmore,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Scott  Pa- 
per Company.  Dispensing  cabinet.  No.  1,403,007 ; 
Jan.  10. 

Calvert,  Robert  P.,  Montclair,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  E.  I. 
du  Pont  de  Nemours  &  Company,  Wilmington,  Del. 
Nitration  of  cellulose.     No.  1,437,041  ;  Nov.  28. 

Calvignac,  German,  Levallois-Perret,  France.  Pressed- 
steel  frame  for  motor  cycles  and  like  vehicles.  No. 
1,430,938;   Oct.  3. 

Calvin,  William  A.  (See  Rouse,  J.  H.,  and  De  Ligne,  as- 
signors.) 

Cambridge,  Mechanical  Toy  Co.,  The.  (See  Hartleb, 
R.  C,  and  Levey,  assignors.) 

Camburn,  Clare  H.  and  W.  E.,  Tecumseh,  Mich.  Air  pump 
for  motor  vehicles.     No.  1,405,397  ;  Feb.  7. 

Camburn,  William  E.     (See  Camburn,  Clare  H.  and  W.  E.) 

Camden  Curtain  &  Embroidery  Company.  (See  Franklin, 
Charles    J.,    assignor.) 

Camden  Iron  Works.      (See  Brown,  Oakley  T.,  assignor.) 

Cameli,  Philip,  Wilmington,  Del.  Adjustable  switch- 
point  rail  section.     No.  1,438,296  ;  Dec.  12. 

Camelinat,  Zepharin  E.,  Birmingham,  England.  Lamp  for 
vehicles  and  other  purposes.     No.  1,440,054  ;  Dee.  26. 

Camelo,  Nicholas,  Rome,  assignor  of  one-third  to  I.  J. 
Bliss,  TJtica,  and  one-third  to  M.  L.  E.  Johnson,  Cam- 
den, N.  Y.  Sheet-metal  plating  or  coating  machine. 
No.  1,430,054  ;   Sept.   26. 

Cameragraph  Company.  (See  Jones,  F.  E.,  and  Schwab, 
assignors.) 

Cameron,  Alexander  G.,  Winnipeg,  Manitoba,  Canada. 
Drawing  instrument.     No.   1,438,695  ;   Dec.  12. 

Cameron,  Alfred  G..  Los  Gatos,  and  C.  F.  Cameron,  San 
Francisco,  Calif.  ;  said  C.  F.  Cameron  assignor  to  said 
Alfred  G.  Cameron.  Wall  structure.  No.  1.408,983; 
Mar.  7. 

Cameron,  Arden,  Norwich,  Ontario,  Canada.  Ditching 
machine.     No.   1,424,151  ;  Aug.   1. 

Cameron,  Burr  S.,  DouglassviUe,  Tex.  Airplane  landing- 
director.      No.    1,422,922 ;   July   18. 

Cameron  Can  Machinery  Co.  (See  Cameron,  William, 
assignor.) 

Cameron,  Carl  C.  deceased,  Slater,  Mo.  ;  M.  A.  Cameron 
executrix.     Gate  construction.     No.  1,413,157  ;  Apr.  18. 

Cameron,  Charles  F.     (See  Cameron,  Alfred  G.  and  C.  F.  t 

Cameron-Cowburn,  Gertrude  M.,  Gosport,  England.  Gear- 
ing.    No.  1.425,172  ;  Aug.  8. 

Cameron,  Daniel  W.,  Antioch,  Nebr.  Material  and  article 
handling  apparatus.    No.  1,431,216 ;  Oct.  10. 

Cameron,  Donald  H.     (See  Holmes,  H.  N.,  and  Cameron.) 

Cameton,  Everett  S.,  West  Haven,  Conn.  Valve  action  for 
explosive  engines.     No.  1,402,478  ;  Jan.  3. 

Cameron,  Everett  S.,  Stamford,  assignor  of  one-third  to 
B.  Harris,  Stamford,  and  one-third  to  J.  Hanson,  Green- 
wich.  Conn.      Tractor.      No.   1.434.199  ;   Oct.   31. 

Cameron,  George  T.     (See  Converse,  Newton  B.,  assignor.) 

Cameron,  Gordon,  Wollaston,  assignor  to  S.  B.  Contiit,  jr., 
Brookline,  Mass.     Oil  switch.     No.  .1,427,442  ;  Aug.  29. 

Cameron,  Harvey  D..  Chicago,  111.  Wheelbarrow  or  other 
dumping  vehicle.     No.  1,402,050  ;  Jan.  3. 

Cameron,  Hugh,  Newark,  assignor  to  R.  D.  Kent.  Tassaic, 
N.  J.     Automatic  scale.     No.  1,422,664  ;  July  11. 

Cameron,  James  A.,  and  G.  B.  Birch,  assignors  to 
Cameron  Machine  Company,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Rewind- 
ing device.     No.  1,437,398  ;  Dec.  5. 

Cameron,  John  E.,  Charlottetown,  Prince  Edward  Island, 
Canada.  Orthopedic  device  or  apparatus.  No.  1,41S,2S3  ; 
June  6. 

Cameron,  John  M.,  Dorchester,  Va.  Mine-car  truck.  No. 
1,419,218  ;  June  13. 

Cameron,  Le  Roy  P.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Control  mechanism 
for  motor  vehicles.     No.  1,403,390  ;  Jan.  10. 

Cameron  Machine  Company.  (See  Cameron,  J.  A.,  and 
Birch,   assignors.) 

Cameron  Machine  Company.  (See  Johnstone,  Robert  M., 
assignor. ) 

Cameron,   Mae   A.,   executrix.      (See  Cameron,   Carl   C.) 

Cameron,  Monroe  A.,  Broadview,  Mont.  Eccentric  steering 
device  for  motor  vehicles.     No.  1,418,698  ;  June  6. 

Cameron,  Neil  M.,  Shoal  Lake,  Manitoba,  Canada.  Attach- 
ment for  bundle  carriers.     No.  1.419.542  ;  June  13. 

Camejon,  Peter,  Methil.  Scotland.  Spraying  and  dis- 
tributing nozzle.     No.  1,415,523  ;  May  9. 

Cameron,  Thomas  A.     (See  Kallwitz,  Oscar  E.,  assignor.) 

Cameron,  Will  J.,  Chicago,  111.  Incandescent  electric 
lamp.      No.    1,433,982;    Oct.    31. 

Cameron,  William,  assignor  to  Cameron  Can  Machinery 
Co.,  Chicago,  111.  Can-seaming  machine.  No.  1,406,724'; 
Feb.  14. 

S0024— 6 


Cameron.  William,  assignor  to  Cameron  Can  Machinery 
Co..  Chicago.  111.  Composition-applying  machine.  No. 
1,433,673  ;   Oct.   31. 

Cameron,  William,  assignor  to  Cameron  Can  Machinery 
Co.,  Chicago.  111.  Can-end  curling  and  stacking  mecha- 
nism.     No.    1,433,696 ;   Oct.   31. 

Cameron.  William  H.,  assignor  to  Radium  Chemical  Com- 
pany, Pittsburgh,  Pa.     Tool.     No.  1,422,538;  July  11. 

Cameron,  William  R.     (See  Eaton,  A.  C,  and  Cameron.) 

Cameron,  William  W.,  La  Crosse,  Wis.,  assignor,  by  mesne 
assignments,  to  F.  Gerlach  and  A.  B.  Keller,  Chicago, 
111.     Plow.     No.   1, 412.91S  ;  Apr.   IS. 

Cameron,  William  W.,  La  Crosse,  Wis.,  assignor,  by  mesne 
assignments,  to  F.  Gerlach  and  A.  B.  Keller,  trustees, 
Chicago,  111.     Plow.     No.  1,415,311  ;  May  9. 

Cameron,  William  W.,  assignor  to  La  Crosse  Plow  Com- 
pany, La  Crosse,  Wis.     Clutch.     No.  1,430,722  ;  Oct.  3. 

Camfield,  Earthen  H.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  J.  V.  Mc- 
Candless,  Florence,  Colo.  Air  signal.  No.  1,412,099  ; 
Apr.  11. 

Cammack,  Lucius  H.,  and  H.  A.  Brown,  Huntington, 
W.  Va.  Rotary  advertising  device.  No.  1,424,449  ; 
Aug.    1. 

Cammen.  Leon,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Centrifugal  casting.  No. 
1,410,885;  Mar.   28. 

Cammen.  Leon,  Tuckahoe,  N.  Y.  Centrifugal  casting. 
No.   1,436,305  ;   Nov.  21. 

Cammen,  Leon,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  General 
Electric  Company.  Multiple-filament  incandescent  lamp. 
No.  1,419,816  ;  June  13. 

Cammen,  Leon,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  The  Inter- 
national Nickel  Company.  Nickel  alloy.  No.  1,439,865  ; 
Dec.    26. 

Camo  Cart  Company.      (See  Pippin,  Clyde  A.,  assignor.) 

Camp.  Arthur  E.,  Binghamton,  N.  Y.  Scaffold  carrier. 
No.    1.423,998  ;  July  25. 

Camp.  Beauford  R.      (See  Ricci,  Henry,  assignor.) 

Camp,  Ernest,  and  A.  F.  Schatzel,  San  Diego,  Calif.  At- 
tachment for  transmissions.     No.  1,433,176  ;  Oct.  24. 

Camp,  Frank  W.,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Apparatus  for 
concreting  piles.     No.  1,411,404  ;  Apr.  4. 

Camp,  Frank  W.,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Apparatus  and 
method  for  coating  piles.     No.   1,436,978  ;   Nov.  28. 

Camp,  John  A.,  Palms,  Calif.  Advertising  device.  No. 
1,409,077  ;  Mar.  7. 

Camp,  Samuel  H.,  Jackson,  Mich.  Corset.  No.  1,438,942  ; 
Dec.  19. 

Camp.  Warner  II.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to  J.  H. 
Miller.  Atlanta,  Ga.  Baling  fibrous  materials.  No. 
1,413,456;    Apr.    18. 

Camp,  Warner  II.,  and  R.  II.  Butters,  assignors  to  The 
Butters-Camp  Mfg.  Co.,  Atlanta,  Ga.  Rotary  cutter  for 
forming  or  renewing  gin  or  linter  saw  teeth.  No. 
1,419,917  ;    June   20. 

Camp,  William  A.,  Hartford,  Conn.  Toy.  No.  1,412,448  ; 
Apr.  11. 

Camp,  William  W..  Denver,  Colo.  Arermin  exterminator. 
No.    1,422,831  ;    July   18. 

Campana,  Domeuic  M.,  Chicago,  111.  Lining  gauge.  No. 
1.436.791  ;  Nov.  28. 

Campbell,  A.  S.,  Company.  (See  Campbell,  Alphonso  S., 
assignor.) 

Campbell,  Alphonso  S..  West  Medford,  assignor  to  A.  S. 
Campbell  Company,  Boston,  Mass.  Making  rings  and 
the  like.     No.  1,426,275  ;  Aug.  15. 

Campbell.  Argyle,  assignor  to  Enterprise  Railway  Equip- 
ment Company,  Chicago,  111.  Dump  car  and  door-operat- 
ing mechanism  therefor.     No.  1,402,836  ;  Jan.  10. 

Campbell,  Argyle,  assignor  to  Enterprise  Railway  Equip- 
ment Company,  Chicago,  111.  Grain-car  door.  No. 
1,405,666  ;  Feb.  7. 

Campbell,  Argyle,  assignor  to  Enterprise  Railway  Equip- 
ment Company,  Chicago,  111.  Car-door-locking  mecha- 
nism.   No.  1,417,494  ;  May  30. 

Campbell,  Argyle,  assignor  to  Enterprise  Railway  Equip- 
ment Company,  Chicago,  111.  Car-door-locking  mecha- 
nism.   No.  1,417,495  ;  May  30. 

Campbell,  Argyle,  assignor  to  Enterprise  Railway  Equip- 
ment Company,  Chicago,  111.  Door-operating  mechanism. 
No.  1,418,907;  June  6. 

Campbell.  Argyle,  assignor  to  Enterprise  Railway  Equip- 
ment Company.  Chicago,  111.  Convertible  stock  car. 
No.  1,433,781  ;  Oct.  31. 

Campbell.  Argyle,  assignor  to  Enterprise  Railway  Equip- 
ment Company,  Chicago,  111.  Combined  door  brace 
and  locking  mechanism.     No.  1,437,090  ;  Nov.  28. 

Campbell,  Argyle,  assignor  to  Enterprise  Railway  Equip- 
ment Company,  Chicago,  111.  Car  construction.  No. 
1,437,091  ;  Nov.   28. 

Campbell,  Argyle,  assignor  to  Enterprise  Railway  Equip- 
ment Company,  Chicago,  111.  Door-operating  mecha- 
nism.    No.  1,438,297  ;  Dec.  12. 

Campbell  Art  Company.  (See  Newton,  Ruth  E.,  as- 
signor.) 

Campbell  Baking  Company,  The.  (See  Harrel,  Chastain 
G.,   assignor.) 

Campbell  Baking  Company,  The.  (See  Patterson.  Curtis 
J.,  assignor.) 

Campbell,  Bert  L.,  Chicago,  111.  Hydrometer.  No. 
1.40G.342  ;  Feb.  14. 

Campbell,  Bert  L„  Chicago,  111.  Internal-combustion  en- 
gine.    No.  1,410,886;  Mar.  28. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FIIOM    THE 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Campbell.  Bert  L.,  Chicago,  III.  Automatic  cut-out.  No. 
1,422,023;  July   18. 

Campbell,  C.  H.,  Furniture  Company,  Tbe.  (See  Van 
Dorin,  Harry  W.,  assignor.) 

Campbell,  Charles  A.,  Watertown,  N.  Y.  Lubricating  de- 
vice.    No.  1,402,051  ;  Jan.  3. 

Campbell,  Charles  A.,  assignor  to  Progressive  Engineering 
Company,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Tapping  machine.  No. 
1,404,371  ;  Jan.  24. 

Campbell,  Charles  E.,  Lynn,  Mass.  Ball  bearing.  No. 
1,408,206;   Feb.  28. 

Campbell,  Charles  S..  New  Haven,  and  W.  II.  Day.  East 
Haven,  assignors  to  Index  Visible,  Inc.,  New  Haven, 
Conn.     Index   or   file.     No.    1,421,670 ;   July   4. 

Campbell,  Charles  W.  R.,  Gormiston,  and  F.  G.  A.  Roberts, 
Parktowu,  Johannesburg,  Transvaal,  South  Africa.  Pro- 
duction of  color  pictures.     No.  1,427,578  ;  Aug.  29. 

Campbell,  Charles  W.  R.,  Germiston,  and  F.  G.  A.  Roberts, 
Parktown,  Johannesburg,  Transvaal,  South  Africa. 
Production  of  moving  pictures.     No.  1,440,004  ;  Dec.  26. 

Campbell,  David  W.,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Door-operating 
mechanism.     No.  1,440,055  ;  Dec.  26. 

Campbell,  Donald  J.,  et  al.:  trustees.  (See  Warren,  J.  R., 
and  Brechting,  assignors.) 

Campbell,  Donald  J.,  et  al.,  trustees.  (See  Warren,  John 
R.,    assignor.) 

Campbell,  Donald  J.,  Muskegon  Heights,  assignor  of  one- 
fourth  to  R.  B.  Campbell,  South  Haven,  Mich.  Sand- 
hopper  construction.     No.  1,405,398  ;  Feb.  7. 

Campbell,  Donald  J.,  Muskegon  Heights,  assignor  of  one- 
fourth  to  G.  W.  Cannon,  Muskegon,  Mich.  Core  box. 
No.   1,432,665 ;   Oct.   17. 

Campbell,  Donald  J.,  Muskegon  Heights,  assignor  of  one- 
third  to  I.  A.  Wvant,  Muskegon,  Mich.  Core-box  plate. 
No.  1,432,660  ;  Oct.   17. 

Campbell,  Edward  B.,  assignor  to  Williams  Patent  Crusher 
&  Pulverizer  Company,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Rotary  pivoted 
hammer  for  crushers.     No.   1,410,455  ;  Mar.   21. 

Campbell,  Edward  B.,  assignor  to  Williams  Patent  Crusher 
&  Pulverizer  Company,  St.  Louis.  Mo.  Rotary  pivoted 
hammer.     No.  1,413,652  ;  Apr.  25. 

Campbell,  Edward  C.     (See  West,  J.,  and  Campbell.) 

Campbell,  Edward  D.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  J.  A.  Wilkie, 
Gait,  Ontario,  Canada.  Barber's  appliance.  No. 
1,413,515  ;  Apr.  18. 

Campbell,  Ernest  P.,  Stockton,  Calif.  Annular-bearing 
puller.     No.    1,425,836 ;   Aug.   15. 

Campbell,  Ernest  P.,  Stockton,  Calif.  Bearing  puller. 
No.  1,435,278  ;  Nov.  14. 

Campbell,  Ernest  R.     (See  Mosier,  J.  P.,  and  Campbell.) 

Campbell,  Ernist  R.,  et  al.  (See  Mosier,  James  P.,  as- 
signor.) 

Campbell,  Frank  M.     (See  Crandall,  Albert  L.,  assignor.)  - 

Campbell,  Fred  S.,  Lynn,  Mass.  Psychograph.  No. 
1,404,927  ;  Jan.  31. 

Campbell,  George  B„  Fort  Morgan,  Colo.  Ditch-digging 
machine.     No.  1,432,837  ;  Oct.  24. 

Campbell,  George  S.,  and  O.  A.  Sommermeyer,  Passaic, 
N.  J.  Submersible  electric  heater.  No.  1,437,166 ; 
Nov.   28. 

Campbell,  George  W.,  Columbus,  Ohio.  Mortising  ma- 
chine.    No.  1,415,790  ;  May  9. 

Campbell,  George  W«,  Hartford,  Conn.,  assignor  to  Under- 
wood Typewriter  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Typewrit- 
ing machine.     No.  1.407,982  ;  Feb.  28. 

Campbell,  George  W.,  Hartford,  Conn.,  assignor  to  Under- 
wood Typewriter  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Typewrit- 
ing machine.      No.   1,428,215 ;   Sept.   5. 

Campbell,  George  W..  Hartford,  Conn.,  assignor  to  Under- 
wood Typewriter  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Typewrit- 
ing machine.     No.  1,430,356  ;  Sept.  26. 

Campbell,  George  W.,  Hartford,  Conn.,  assignor  to  Un- 
derwood Typewriter  Company,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Type- 
writing  machine.     No.    1,433,935 ;    Oct.    31. 

Campbell,  Hardy  W.,  Lincoln,  Nebr.  Grain  shoe.  No. 
1,416,331  ;  May  16. 

Campbell,  Hardv  W.,  Oakland,  Calif.  Rotary  disk  culti- 
vator.   No.  1,417,971  ;  May  30. 

Campbell,  Harry  E.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Window  frame  and 
sash.     No.   L426,458  ;   Aug.  22. 

Campbell,  Hiram  J.      (See  Record,  J.  L.,  and  Campbell,  i 

Campbell,  Horace  L,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Elevator.  No. 
1,431,930  ;  Oct.  17. 

Campbell,  Howard  B.,  Erie,  Ta.  Letter  sheet.  No. 
1,423,910;    July    25. 

Campbell,  Hugh  L.,  Nashville,  Tenn.  Adhesive  composi- 
tion and  producing  the  same.     No.  1,435,377  ;  Nov.  14. 

Campbell,  James  C.      (See  Hatcher,  O.  M.,  and  Campbell.) 

Campbell,  James  IT.,  et  al.  (See  Taylor,  Boone  U.,  as- 
signor.) 

Campbell,  James  M.     (See  Philbert,  Major,  assignor.) 

Campbell.  John.  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Road  indicator.  No. 
1,405,273:  Jan.  31. 

Campbell,  John,  assignor  of  one-half  to  A.  S.  Dowdall, 
Minneapolis,  Minn.  Power-driven  hair  clipper.  No. 
1,428,836;  Sept.  12. 

Campbell,  John  A.,  Carbondale,  111.  Stamping  device.  No. 
1,420,686  ;  June  27. 

Campbell,  John  D.,  Sea  Bright,  N.  J.  Manicure  implement. 
No.    1,433,936;    Oct.    31. 

Campbell,  Joseph,  Company.  (See  McGowan,  James,  Jr., 
assignor.) 


Campbell,  Layard,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  J  W, 
Leslie  and  J.  H.  Leslie,  Chicago,  111.  Bale-wire  tool. 
No.   1,430,623  ;   Oct.  3. 

Campbell,  Layard,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  J.  W. 
Leslie  and  J.  H.  Leslie,  Chicago,  111.  Wire-strapping 
tool.     No.  1,431,151  ;  Oct.  10. 

Campbell,  Layard,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  J.  W. 
Leslie  and  J.  H.  Leslie,  Chicago,  111.  Wire-strapping 
tool.     No.  1,431,152  ;  Oct.  10. 

Campbell,  Leo  F.      (See  Anderson,   S.   R„   and   Campbell.) 

Campbell,   Leo   P.      (See    Williams,   Allen,   assignor,  i 

Campbell,  Leon  W.,  Providence,  R.  I.  Flier  for  roving 
frames.     No.  1,420,966  ;  June  -27. 

Campbell,  Marguerite  G.,  executrix.  (See  Miller,  Daniel 
K.) 

Campbell,  Mark,  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Table  pad.  No 
1,429,225  ;   Sept.  19. 

Campbell,  Peter,  Bristol,  and  W.  J.  Banks,  Hotwells, 
Bristol,  England.  Piston,  piston  valve  or  the  like. 
No.  1,406,536;  Feb.  14. 

Campbell,  Philip  A.,  Vancouver,  British  Columbia  Can- 
ada.     Lawn    mower.      No.   1,423,999 ;    July    2.1. 

Campbell,  Philip  A.,  F.  F.  Eby,  and  S.  H.  Price,  Edmon- 
ton, Alberta ;  said  Campbell  and  Price  assignors,  by 
mesne  assignments,  to  Canadian  Farm  Implement  Com- 
pany Limited,  Vancouver,  British  Columbia,  Canada. 
Mower.      No.   1,424,617  ;   Aug.   1. 

Campbell,  Raymond  W„  Huntsville,  111.  Chain  fastener. 
No.    1.412.91.9;    Apr.    18. 

Campbell,  Robert  B.     (See  Campbell,  Donald  J„  assignor.) 

Campbell,  Robert  C,  Millburn,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  United 
Filters  Corporation,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Filter.  No. 
1,430,518  ;    Sept.  26. 

Campbell,  Robert  F.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Safety  pin.  No. 
1.409.667  ;    Mar     14. 

Campbell,  Ronald  E.,  Columbia,  S.  C.  Stove.  No.  i,427,3r>4  r 
Aug.  29. 

Campbell,   Sarah  W.      (See  Linden,   Alfred  R.,   assignor.) 

Campbell,  Sterling  H.  (See  Moeller,  I.,  and  Arkwright,. 
assignors.) 

Campbell,  Tracy  R.,  Montreal,  Quebec,  Canada.  Loose- 
leaf  binder.     No.  1,432,382  ;  Oct.  17. 

Campbell,  Walter  T„  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Tire  lock.  (Reissue.) 
No.  15,365  ;  May  30. 

Campbell.  Waller  T.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Tire  lock.  (Reissue.) 
No.  15,380;  June  13. 

Campbell,  Wendell  B.,  et  al.  (See  Campbell,  W.  B.,  an« 
Strieker,  assignors.) 

Campbell,  Wendell  B.,  and  C.  W.  Strieker,  Cincinnati,  Ohio, 
assignors  of  one-half  to  The  Perkins-Campbell  Company, 
Cincinnati,  Ohio,  and  one-half  to  said  W.  B.  Campbell. 
Loom  and  the  fabric  produced  thereby.  No.  1,405,274  ; 
Jan.  31. 

Campbell,  William.  Detroit,  Mich  Electric  tireless  cooker. 
No.  1,410,263  ;  May  16. 

Campbell,  William  C,  Denver,  Colo.,  assignor  of  one-half 
to  A.  P.  Russell,  Cheyenne,  Wyo.  Tape  reel.  No. 
1,412,449;  Apr.  11. 

Campbell,  William  J.,  Jr.,  Astoria,  N.  Y.  Combination 
strainer.     No.  1,412,674;  Apr.  11. 

Campbell,  William  S.,  New  Kensington,  Pa.  Elevator 
lock.      No.    1,417,449  ;    May    23. 

Campbell,  William  S.,  New  Kensington,  Pa.  Elevator  lock. 
No.    1.417.450;   May   23. 

Campbell.  William  S.,  New  Kensington.  Pa.  Elevator 
lock.      No.    1,417,451;    May    23. 

Campbell  &  Budlong  Machine  Works.  (See  Budlong,  Wil- 
bur F.,  assignor.) 

Campos,  Victor,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Diver's  suit.  No. 
1,414,174  ;  Apr.  25. 

Camward  Engineering  Co.  (See  Howard,  John  A.,  sr., 
assignor.) 

Canaday,  Orpha  P.,  Fort  Wayne,  Ind.  Air  stand.  No. 
1,412,100  ;  Apr.  11. 

Canadian  Car  &  Foundry  Company.  (See  Shaw,  Ross  O., 
assignor.) 

Canadian  Car  and  Foundry  Company,  Limited.  (See 
Viberg,  Ernest  R.,  assignor.) 

Canadian  Farm  Implement  Company  Limited.  (See 
Campbell,   P.  A.,  Eby,   and  Price,  assignors.) 

Canadian  Vaporizer  Company,  The.  (See  Funke,  Frank, 
assignor.) 

Cauda,  Ferdinand  M.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Ball-rolling  appa- 
ratus.    No.  1,419.817  :  June  13. 

Canda,  Ferdinand  M.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Roll  for  rolling 
mills.     No.  1,427.063;  Aug.  22. 

Canda,  Ferdinand  M.,  i>ew  York,  N.  Y.  Roll  for  rolling 
mills.      No.    1,428.142;    Sept.    5. 

Candee,  Andrew  H.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Westing- 
house  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company.  Regulating 
system.      No.    1,421.165;    June  27. 

Candee,  Andrew  H.,  Wilkinsburg.  Pa.,  assignor  to  Westing- 
house  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company.  System  of 
control.    No.  1,427,355  r  Aug.  29. 

Candee,  Andrew  IL,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Wesling- 
house  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company.  System  of 
control.     No.  1,427,356  ;  Aug.  29. 

Candee,  Andrew  II.,  Forest  Hills,  Pa.,  assignor  to  West- 
inghouse  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company.  System 
of  control.     No.   1,430,534  ;   Oct.   3. 

Candee,  Andrew  H.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Westing- 
house  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company.  Resistor. 
No.  1,433,<597;  Oct.  31. 


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Candee,  Andrew  H.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  assignor  to  Westing- 
house  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company.  System  of 
control.     No.  1,435,207  ;  Nov.  14. 

Candee,  Andrew  H.,  Pittsburgh,  and  L.  J.  Hibbard,  Wil- 
kinsburg,  Pa.,  assignors  to  Westinghouse  Electric  and 
Manufacturing  Company.  Relay.  No.  1,428,837  ;  Sept.  12. 

Candee,  Zenas  P.,  assignor  to  The  W'aterbury  Farrel 
Foundry  and  Machine  Company,  Waterbury,  Conn. 
Transfer    mechanism.      No.    1,426,039 ;    Aug.    15. 

Candee,  Zenas  P.,  assignor  to  The  Waterbury  Farrel 
Foundry  and  Machine  Company,  Waterbury,  Conn. 
Multiple-plunger   machine.     No.   1,435,208 ;   Nov.   14. 

Candee,  Zenas  P.,  assignor  to  The  Waterbury  Farrel 
Foundry  and  Machine  Company,  Waterbury,  Conn.  Feed 
mechanism.     No.   1,440,208;    Dec.   26. 

Candle-Leete,  Limited.  (See  Lloyd,  E.,  and  Lowry,  as- 
signors.) 

Candlot,  Charles,  Paris,  France.  Furnace-drawing  ap- 
paratus for  lime  kilns,  cement  kilns,  and  the  like.  No. 
1,429,925  ;  Sept.  26. 

Candor,  Edward  R.,  Montclair,  N.  J.  Apparatus  for  re- 
frigeration.    No.  1,402,716  ;  Jan.  3. 

Cane,  Gordon  F.,  Oakland,  assignor  to  American  Auto- 
matic Lock  and  Lift  Company,  San  Francisco,  Calif. 
Gear   rack.     No.   1,424,237 ;   Aug.   1. 

Canedy-Otto  Mfg.  Co.     (See  Werth,  George  F.,  assignor.) 

Canell.  Charles  E.,  Portland,  Oreg.,  assignor  of  one-half 
to  E.  T.  White,  Everett,  Wash.  Poultry  feeder.  No. 
1,424,079  ;    July    25. 

Canfield,  Allen  N.,  assignor  to  Fit-Rite  Company.  Des 
Moines,  Iowa.  Foot-measuring  device  for  fitting  shoes. 
No.  1.430.794;  Oct.  3. 

Canfield,  Arthur  J.,  Montreal,  Quebec,  Canada.  Making 
draft-gear  yokes.     No.  1,404,833  ;  Jan.  31. 

Canfield.  Arthur  J.,  and  E.  R.  Viberg,  Montreal,  Quebec, 
Canada.     Truck   bolster.     No.   1,403,588 :   Jan.   17. 

Canfield,  Pany  D.,  Nashville,  Tenn.  Feeding  device  for 
flat-work  ironers.     No.  1,406.823  ;  Feb.  14. 

Canfield,  Harry  R..  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Snowplow.  No. 
1,424,878;  Aug.  8. 

Canine,  Chester  W.,  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Laundry-marking 
machine.      No.    1,435,378  ;   Nov.    14. 

Canion  Air  Brake  Company.  (See  Canion,  William  G., 
assignor.) 

Canion.  William  G..  Glen  Burnie,  Md.,  assignor  to  Canion 
Air  Brake  Company,  Bisbee,  Ariz.  Triple  valve.  No. 
1,406,609  :   Feb.   14. 

Canion,  William  G.,  Baltimore.  Md.,  assignor  to  Canion 
Air  Brake  Company,  Bisbee,  Ariz.  Compound  air  brake. 
No.  1,430,357  ;   Sept.  26. 

Canion,  William  G.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  Canion 
Air  Brake  Company,  Bisbee,  Ariz.  Compound  air  brake. 
No.   1,430,358  ;   Sept.  26. 

Canion  William  G.,  Baltimore,  Md.,  assignor  to  Canion 
Air  Brake  Companv,  Bisbee,  Ariz.  Compound  air  brake. 
No.   1,430,359  ;   Sept.  26. 

Cann,  John  A.,  Harefield.  near  Uxbridge,  and  J.  Burrows, 
Harefield,  England,  assignors  to  Bell's  United  Asbestos 
Companv,  Limited,  London,  England.  Engine  packing. 
No.  1,426,459  ;   Aug.   22. 

Canning.  Ernest,  Sydney,  New  South  Wales,  Australia. 
Paper-setting  yoke  in  typewriting  machines.  No. 
1.411,707  ;  Apr.  4. 

Cannon,  Edson  L.      (See  Sorenson.  Daniel  M.,  assignor.) 

Cannon,  Frederick  L,  Bedford,  Ohio.  Lubricant  demon- 
strator.    No.  1.410,456;  Mar.   21. 

Cannon,  George  B.,  jr.,  Brooklyn,  and  F.  W.  Howard, 
Mount  Vernon,  N.  Y.  Waterproof-paper  umbrella.  No. 
1,431,775  ;  Oct.  10. 

Cannon,  George  W.      (See  Campbell.  Donald  J.,  assignor.) 

Cannon,  Henry  H.,  assignor  to  Regal  Button  Works,  In- 
corporated, Philadelphia,  Pa.  Machine  for  making 
snap  fasteners.     No.  1.436,476;  Nov.   21. 

Cannon,  James  H.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Drier  for  paper- 
ruling  machines.     No.  1.421,166;  June  27. 

Cannon,  Percival  C,  Wolverhampton,  assignor  to  Cen- 
trifugal Concrete  Blocks  and  Poles  Limited,  Westmin- 
ster, London,  England.  Apparatus  for  use  in  manufac- 
turing concrete  and  like  blocks,  pipes,  posts,  girders, 
and  the  like.     No.  1,404,578  ;  Jan.  24. 

Canott,  Fred  D.,  Portland,  Oreg.  Storm  curtain.  No. 
1,410,457  ;    Mar.    21. 

Canova,  William,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Tension  device.  No. 
1,414,175  ;  Apr.  25. 

Cantelo,  John  S.,  Boston,  Mass.  Caster.  No.  1,406,930; 
Feb.  14. 

Cantelon,  David  A.,  and  J  Zuefle,  Hensall,  Ontario, 
Canada.  Shipping  -case  for  eggs  and  the  like.  No. 
1,437,930;  Dec.  5. 

Canter.    Vernnn    C.      (See   Voress,   C.   L-.,   and   Canter.) 

Cantleherry,  vFrank  W.,  Sisquoc,  Calif.  Device  for  sup- 
porting cooking  utensils.     No.  1,414,771;  Mav  2. 

Cantrell,  J.  T.,  &  Company.  (See  Cantrell,  .Joseph  T., 
assignor.) 

Cantrell,  Joseph  T.,  assignor  to  J.  T.  Cantrell  &  Companv, 
Huntington.     N.     Y.       Vehicle     bodv.       No.     1,417,140; 
May    23. 
Cantwell,  Edward  J.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.     Hay  stacker.    No. 
1,422,924  ;   July  18. 

Capell,  Western  L..  Omaha,  Nebr.     Iodine  fumigator.     No. 

1,427,515  ;  Aug.  29. 
Capellman,  Hubert  J.,  and  R.  Hayhurst,  South  Chicago,  111. 
Potato-peeling  apparatus.     No.  1,418.230  ;  May  30. 


Capen  Belting  and  Rubber  Company.     (See  King,  Charlea 

E.,  assignor.) 
Capen,    Mary   B.,    Detroit,   Mich.      Cart.     No.   -1,414,112 ; 

Apr.  25. 
Capewell,    George   J.,    Hartford,    Conn.      Horseshoe.      No. 

1,403,071  ;    Jan.  10. 
Capirosso,    Angelo,     Rossiter,    Ta.       Anchor    hook.       No. 

1,419,016  ;  June  6. 
Capital   City    Chair   Company.      (See   Croft,    John   J.,   as- 
signor.) 
Caplau.     Harry,     Detroit,     Mich.       Vehicle    fender.       No. 

1,423,186;  July  18. 
Caplan,    Harry,   Detroit,   Mich.     Automobile   fender.      No. 

1,423,187  ;  July  18. 
Caplan,  James  H.,  Boston,  Mass.     Buffing  cover  for  rotary 

brushes.     No.  1,413,574;  Apr.  25. 
Caplan,  Nathan  K.,  Detroit,  Mich.     Draft  controller.     No. 

1,431,931  ;  Oct.  17. 
Caple,    William,   Homestead,   Pa.     Motor-generator   drive. 

No.    1,413,158;    Apr.    18. 
Capobianco,    Michael   A.,    Glen    Cove,   N.   Y.     Adjustable 

wrench.      No.    1,413,516;    Apr.    18. 
Capozza,  Pietro,  Portland,  Me.     Furnace-door  mechanism. 

No.  1,410,887  ;  Mar.  28. 
Cappel,   Joseph,   Peoria,   III.     Barrel-head-securing   device. 

No.    1,420,019;    June    20. 
Cappel,    Joseph,    and    C.    R.    Edwards,    Peoria,    111.      Nut 

lock.     No.   1,428,753  ;   Sept.   12. 
Capps,  Frank  L.      (See  Lyle,   M.   E.,  Scully,  and  Capps.) 
Capro,  Angelo  M.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.    Filter.   No.  1",429,488  ; 

Sept.   19. 
Caproni,  Gianni,   Milan,   Italy.     Flying-machine  construc- 
tion.    No.  1,416,167  ;  May  16. 
Caproni,    Gianni,    Milan,    Italy.      Flying    machine.      No. 

1,420,620;  June  27. 
Caps,   Arthur   W.      (See   Hawley,   J.   E.,   and   Caps.) 
Caps,  Arthur  W.,  Topeka,  Kans.     Electric-conductor  con- 
nector.    No.  1,410,651  ;  Mar.  28. 
Caps,  Arthur  W.,  assignor  to  The  Piersen  Manufacturing 

Co.,    Topeka,    Kans.      Timer    casing.      No.    1,410,649; 

Mar.  28. 
Caps,  Arthur  W.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  assignor  to  The  Tier- 
sen    Manufacturing    Companv,    Topeka,    Kans.      Engine 

bed.     No.  1,410,650  ;  Mar.  28. 
Caps,  Arthur  W.,  assignor  to  The  Piersen  Manufacturing 

Company,    Topeka,    Kans.      Radiator.      No.    1,417,026  ; 

May   23. 
Caps,  Arthur  W.,  assignor  to  The  Piersen  Manufacturing 

Company,     Topeka,     Kans.        Engine     radiator.        No. 

1.417,027  ;    May    23. 
Caps,  Arthur  W.,  assignor  to  The  Piersen  Manufacturing 

Company,     Topeka,     Kans.       Engine  -  cylinder  -  cooling 

means.      No.   1,417.028;   May   23. 
Caps,  Arthur  W.,  Topeka,   Kans.,  assignor,  by  mesne  as- 
signments,   to    O.    D.    Collis,    Clinton,    Iowa.    .  Timber 

brush.     No.  1,438,425  ;  Dec.  12. 
Caps.  John   E.,  Wilmette,  111.     Liquid-treating  apparatus. 

No.   1,413.898:   Apr.   25. 
Capstan  Glass  Company.     (See  Kucera,  Peter,  assignor.) 
Capuano,   Crescenzo,   Los   Angeles,   Calif.     Measuring  de- 
vice.    No.   1,433,496 ;   Oct.   24. 
Caracristi,   Virginius  Z.,  Bronxville.  N.  Y.     Valve  cut-off 

and  speed  indicator.     No.  1.419,612;  June  13. 
Caracristi,  Virginius  Z.,  Bronxville,  N.Y.,  and  A.  F.  Wall- 

billich,  Newark,  N.  J.    Valve  cut-off  and  speed  indicator 

for  locomotives.     No.  1,422,832  ;  July  18. 
Caracristi,    Virginius    Z.,    Bronxville,    N.    Y.,    and    C.    H. 

Smoot,    South   Orange,   N.   J. ;   said    Smoot   assignor   to 

Rateau    Battu    Smoot    Engineering    Corporation,    New 

York,   N.    Y.     Means   for   controlling   the   operation    of 

steam   boilers.      No.   1,437,719 ;   Dec.   5. 
Carafilidis,  James,  Sabraton,  W.  Va.     Tin-sticker  machine. 

No.   1,410.458;   Mar.   21. 
Carapina,   Matt,   and   F.   Nevistich,  Terrv,   S.   Dak.     Rail 

joint.     No.  1,430,055  ;  Sept.  26. 
Caraway,   Emmett   L.,   Manila,   Ark.      Automobile   license 

tag.     No.   1,410.992  ;   Mar.   28. 
Carbic   Manufacturing   Company.      (See   Herron,    William 

L.,  assignor.) 
Carbic  Manufacturing  Company.      (See  Martin,  Edgar  C, 

assignor.) 
Carbide   &   Carbon    Chemicals  Corporation.      (See   Curme, 

George  O..  Jr.,  assignor.) 
Carbide  &  Carbon   Chemicals   Corporation.      (See  Thomp- 
son. Harold  E.,  assignor.) 
Carbone,  Tito  L..  Charlottenburg,   near  Berlin,  Germany. 

Economizer    for    inclosed    arc    lamps.      No.    1,404,341  ; 

Jan.  24. 
Carboni  Akt.-Ges.     (See  Pape,  Max  C.  A.  H.,  assignor. ) 
Carbonit  Aktiengesselschaft.      (See  Pape,  Max,  C.  A.  II., 

assignor.) 
Carbo-Oxygen    Company.       (See    Harris,    John,    assignor.) 
Carbo-Oxygen   Company.      (See   Rose,   J.   R.,   and   Harris, 

assignors.) 
Carborundum    Company,   The.      (See   Hutchins,    Otis,    as- 
signor.) 
Carborundum  Company.    (See  Power,  Henry  R.,  assignor.) 
Carborundum   Company,   The.      (See  Tone,   Frank  J.,   as- 
signor.) 
Card.   Charles  S.,  Denver,  Colo.     Combined  drawbar   and 

axle-supporting  apparatus  for  car  trucks.    No.  1,419,716  ; 

June  13. 


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1XDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 
Alphabetical  fist  of  patentees — Continued. 


Card,  Frederic  M.,  Bridgeport.  Conn.,  assignor  to  The 
Singer  Manufacturing  Company.  Elizabeth,  N.  J.  Clutch 
and  stop  mechanism.     No.  1,429,404  ;  Sept.  19. 

Card,   J.   M.,   Lumber  Co.      (See   Arn,   Fred,   assignor.) 

Cardellino,  Michelangelo  M.,  Hacconigi  per  Cavallerleone, 
Italy.  Magneto  electric  machine.  No.  1,405,275; 
Jan.  31. 

Cardem  Process  Company,  The.  (See  Carr,  Oma,  as- 
signor.) 

Carden,  Harry  F.,  assignor  to  L.  W.  Carden.  Lawrence- 
burg,  Tenn.     Cattle  guard.    No.  1,406,343  ;  Feb.  14. 

Carden,  Luther  W.     (See  Carden,  Harry  F.,  assignor.) 

Cardin,  William  O.,  assignor  to  J.  W.  Freeman,  Joplin, 
Mo.     Dehydrator.     No.  1,423,188  ;  July  18. 

Cardwell.  Allen  D.,  Rockville  Center,  assignor  to  Western 
Electric  Company,  Incorporated,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
Portable    electric   lantern.      No.   1,423,911  ;   July   25. 

Careaga,  Cora  M.,  executrix.  (See  Careaga,  John  T.,  and 
K.  A.) 

Careaga,  John  T.  and  R.  A.,  deceased,  San  Jose,  Calif.  ; 
C.  M.  Careaga,  executrix.  Expanding  projectile.  No. 
1,405,276;  Jan.  31. 

Careaga,  Ramon  A.,  deceased.  (See  Careaga,  John  T.  and 
R.  A.) 

Caretto,  Louis,  Baldwin,  N.  Y.  Adjustable  screen.  No. 
1,418,284  ;  June  6. 

Carey-Gavey  Syndicate  Limited.  (See  Higginson,  Kings- 
ley,  assignor.) 

Carey,  Harry  C,  Carpenter,  S.  Dak.  Dry-goods  measure. 
No.    1,413,254 ;    Apr.    18. 

Carey,  Harry  L.,  Richmond  Hill,  N.  Y.  Dirigible  traffic 
indicator.     No.  1,431,932  ;  Oct.  17. 

Carey,  James  A.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Plate  twirler  for 
engravers.     No.   1,424,986 ;   Aug.   8. 

Carey,  James  A.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Oven  for  baking  plates. 
No.  1,432,838;  Oct.  24. 

Carey,  James  A.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Oven  for  drying  platea, 
No.  1,432,839  ;  Oct.  24. 

Carey,  Philip  Manufacturing  Company,  The.  (See  Crabbs, 
Roscoe  B.,  assignor.) 

Carey,  Thomas  W.,  jr.,  New  Orleans,  La.  Denture  reliner. 
No.   1,424,618 ;   Aug.   1. 

Carey,  Walter.     (See  Southgate,  J.  F.,  and  Carey.) 

Carey,  Walter  C.,  Morris  Plains,  N.  J.  Hoisting  book. 
No.   1,434,991  ;  Nov.   7. 

Carhart,  George  E.  (See  Lundstrom,  Andrew  J.,  as- 
signor.) 

Carl,  Max  J..  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Electrically-heated  drying 
roll  for  printing  presses.     No.  1,433,674  ;  Oct.   31. 

Carlberg,  August  E.,  assignor  to  Walden-Worcester,  Inc., 
Worcester,  Mass.  Attachment  for  wrenches.  No. 
1,424,712  ;  Aug.  1. 

Carlo,   Amos  E.      (See  Frankland,  Edwin,  assignor.) 

Carle,  Harold,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  F.  N.  Burt  Com- 
pany, Limited,  Toronto,  Ontario,  Canada.  Labeling  ma- 
chine.   No.  1,405,755  ;  Feb.  7. 

Carle,  Harold,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  F.  N.  Burt  Com- 
pany, Limited.  Toronto.  Ontario,  Canada.  Drum  ma- 
chine.    No.  1,429,324  ;  Sept.  19. 

Carle,  Harold,  Buffalo.  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  F.  N.  Burt 
Company,  Limited,  Toronto,  Ontario,  Canada.  Box 
and  making  same.     No.  1,435,149  ;  Nov.  14. 

Carleton,  Charles  R.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Film  cleaning  and 
polishing  machine.     No.  1,405,277  ;  Jan.  31. 

Carleton,  Charles  R.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Perforating  ma- 
chine.   No.  1,416,168  ;  May  16. 

Carlile,  Benner  H.,  Independence,  Kans.  Valve  or  plug 
for  oil  containers.     No.  1.429.566  :  Sept.  19. 

Carlin,  Bernard,  assignor  of  one-half  to  B.  H.  Meadows, 
Florala,  Ala.  Bridge  radius  rod  and  engine  base. 
No.   1,435,104;  Nov.  7. 

Carling  Turbine  Blower  Co.  (See  Carlson,  Axel  W.,  as- 
signor.) 

Carlino,  Frank,  Buffalo.  N.  Y.  Tomato  masher.  No. 
1.418,231  ;  May  30. 

Carlisle,  Fred,  Tulsa,  Okla.  Bearing-cup  puller.  No. 
1,429.567;  Sept.  19. 

Carlisle,  Fred  B.,  Seattle.  Wash.  Friction  tape  fabric  and 
producing  the  same.  »No.  1,402,918:  Jan.  10. 

Carlisle  Tire  Corporation.  (See  McCIurg,  John  S.,  as- 
signor.) 

Carll,  Addison  B.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Chain  pipe  wrench. 
No.  1.410,993:  Mar.  28. 

Carll,  Addison  B..  New  York,  N.  Y.  Dome  cover  for  tank 
cars.     No.  1,432,591  ;  Oct.  17. 

Carlock,  Fredrick.     (See  Frank,  G.  W..  jr.,  and  Carlock.) 

Carlon,  Timothy.     (See  Gibbons,  John  W.,  assignor.) 

Carlozzo.  Anthony,  Yonkers,  N.  Y.  Heel  for  shoes.  No. 
1.418.428:  June  6. 

Carlquist,  Nils  C.  A.,  Malmo,  Sweden.  Controllable  self 
discharging  railway  hopper  car.     No.  1.408,984  ;  Mar.  7. 

Carlson,  Alexander,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Folding  seat.  No. 
1.421.107  :  June  27. 

Carlson,  Alfred  and  0.  F.,  Rearville,  Alberta,  Canada. 
Wrench.     No.  1,412,552;  Apr.  11. 

Carlson,  Androv  IL,  assignor  to  The  Prostoy  Manu- 
facturing Company,  Bridgeport.  Conn.  Adjustable 
holder.    (Reissue.)      No.   15,431  ;   Aug.   15. 

Carlson,  Anthony  E..  Los  Angeles.  Calif.  Railway  cross- 
ing.    No.  1.411.405  ;  Apr.  4. 

Carlson,  Axel.     (See  Swanson,  P.,  and  Carlson.) 

Carlson,  Axel  W.,  assignor  to  Coppus  Engineering  and 
Equipment  Company,  Worcester,  Mass.  Valve.  No. 
1.408,310;  Feb.  28. 


Carlson,  Axel  W.,  assignor  to  Carling  Turbine  Blower  Co., 
Worcester,  Mass.     Rotor.     No.  1,417,029  ;  May  23. 

Carlson,  Carl  A.,  Bridgeport,  Conn.  Windshield.  No. 
1,434,871  ;  Nov.  7. 

Carlson.  Carl  A.,  Everett,  assignor,  by  mesne  assign- 
ments, to  The  Stafford  Company,  Readville,  Boston, 
Mass.  Weft  feeler  device  for  looms.  No.  1,429,126 ; 
Sept.  12. 

Carlson.  Carl  O.,  Riverside,  Calif.  Hand  truck.  No. 
1.422.254  :   July  11. 

Carlson,  Carl  W.,  Beloit,  Wis.  Fuse-plug  puller.  No. 
1,410,88S  ;  Mar.  28. 

Carlson,  Charles  H.,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Electric  water 
heater.      No.    1,433.698 ;    Oct.    31. 

Carlson,  Charles  J.,  Helena,  Mont.  Tire.  No.  1,409,151 ; 
Mar.    14. 

Carlson,  Charles  J.,  and  A.  W.  Larson,  Seattle,  Wash. 
Extensible  pole.     No.  1,415,145  ;  May  9. 

Carlson,  Edward  L.,  Denver,  Colo.  Music-roll  cabinet. 
No.  1,423,078  ;  July  18. 

Carlson,  Emanuel,  Yonkers,  N.  Y.  Device  for  opening  box 
covers.     No.  1,409,926  ;  Mar.  21. 

Carlson,  Ernest  H.,  Chicago,  111.  Protecting  device  for 
cashiers'    cages.     No.    1,434,872 ;    Nov.    7. 

Carlson,  Frank  W.,  Chicago,  111.  Plumbing  system.  No. 
1,417,660:  May  30. 

Carlson,    Gust.      (See  White,  C.   E.,   and   Carlson.) 

Carlson,  Gustaf.  assignor  to  The  Stromberg-Carlson  Tele- 
phone Manufacturing  Company,  Rochester,  N.  Y. 
Switchboard  signal.     No.  1,421,403;  July  4. 

Carlson.  Gustaf  H.,  Adrian,  Mich.  Haying  implement. 
No.    1,439,942  ;    Dec.  26. 

Carlson,  Gustav  A.,  assignor  to  The  Boys  Needle  Company, 
Chicago,  111.     Pencil  holder,  etc.     No.  1,408,863  ;  Mar.  7. 

Carlson,  Gustav  A.,  assignor  to  The  Boye  Needle  Com- 
pany, Chicago,  111.  Holder  for  pencils,  fountain  pens, 
etc.     No.  1,412,505  ;  Apr.  11. 

Carlson,  Gustav  W.,  assignor  to  The  Torbensen  Axle  Com- 
pany, Cleveland,  Ohio.  Wheel  and  axle  construe! ion. 
No.  1,417,972;  May  30. 

Carlson,  Gustave  A.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Polishing  machine. 
No.   1 ,430,624  ;   Oct.  3. 

Carlson,  Gustave  A.,  Detroit,  Mich.  Work-holding  device. 
No.   1,430,625;   Oct.   3. 

Carlson,  Herman  B.     (See  Rasmusen,  L.  S.,  and  Carlson.) 

Carlson,  Hjalmar,  Woonsocket,  R.  I.  Dog  driver.  No. 
1,405,898  ;   Feb.  7. 

Carlson,  Hjalmar  G.  (See  Rockwood,  G.  I.,  and  Carl- 
son.) 

Carlson,  Hjalmar  G.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
Rockwood  Sprinkler  Company  of  Massachusetts,  Worces- 
ter, Mass.     Upsetting  tool.     No.  1,402,919  ;  Jan.  10. 

Carlson,  Hjalmar  G.,  assignor  to  Rockwood  Sprinkler 
Company  of  Massachusetts,  Worcester,  Mass.  Making 
socket-wrench   heads.      No.   1,430,004 ;   Sept.    26. 

Carlson,  Ivar,  Leominster,  assignor  of  one-third  to  G.  Ca- 
hill,  Lowell,  Mass.,  and  one-third  to  J.  H.  Lynch,  Paw- 
tucket,  R.  I.    Aeroplane.    No.  1,405,667  ;  Feb.  7. 

Carlson.  Jahan  G..  assignor  to  Burson  Knitting  Company, 
Rockford,  111.     Tension  device.     No.  1.407.731 :  Feb.  28. 

Carlson,  Jahan  G.,  assignor  to  Burson  Knitting  Company, 
Rockford,  111.  Automatic  stop  for  knitting  machines. 
No.  1,414,546  ;  May  2. 

Carlson,  John  P.,  The  Dalles,  Oreg.  Railway  brake.  No. 
1,424,393;  Aug.  1. 

Carlson,  John  W.,  assignor  to  Chicago  Novelty  Mfg.  Co., 
Chicago.  111.     Toy.     No.  1,422,833  ;  July  18. 

Carlson,  Julius,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Cap.  No.  1,423,829  ; 
July  25. 

Carlson,  Julius  E.,  Edgewater,  N.  J.  Drill  press.  ■  No. 
1.436,477  ;   Nov.  21. 

Carlson,  Lewis  H.      (See  Bye,  M.,  and  Carlson.) 

Carlson,  Oscar.     (See  Eller.  H.  M.,  and  Carlson.) 

Carlson,     Oscar,     Boston,     Mass.       Bottle     stopper.       No. 

1,425,237  ;  Aug.  S.- 
Carlson, Oscar  F.     (See  Carlson,  Alfred  and  O.  F.) 

Carlson,  Oscar  J.,  A.  Fransen,  and  J.  Fransen,  Chicago, 
111.      Rail-spike    retainer.     No.    1,438,896;    Dec.    12. 

Carlson,  Peter,  Dover,  assignor  of  one-fourth  to  I.  J.  Rice, 
St.  Paul,  Minn.     Drip  catcher.     No.  1,410.889  :  Mar.  28. 

Carlson,  Theodore.  Stillwater,  Wash.  Hoisting  device. 
No.   1,434,478  ;   Nov.  7. 

Carlson.  Walter  W.,  Manhattan,  Kans.  Clothes  wringer. 
No.   1,435,029  :    Nov.   14. 

Carlson,  Wendell  L.      (See  Hanson,   E.  C,  and  Carlson.) 

Carlson,   William   A.      (See  Matson,   David   E.,   assignor.) 

Carlson,  William  R.,  Warrenton,  Oreg.  Beet  harvester. 
No.  3,408.986:  Mar.  7. 

Carlstedt,  Sven  M.,  assignor  to  Aktiebolaget  Lux,  Stock- 
holm, Sweden.  Waxing  or  polishing  brush.  No. 
1,424.879  ;   Aug.  8. 

Carlucci,  Rocco  A..  West  New  York,  N.  J.  Banjo  ukelele. 
No.   1,409,078  ;  Mar.  7. 

Carlucci,  Rocco  A.,  West  New  York,  N.  J.  Banjo.  No. 
1.419,818;  June  13. 

Carlyle,  Clyde  A.,  Detroit,  assignor  of  one-half  to  B.  D. 
Cleghorn,  River  Rouge,  Mich.  Flytrap.  No.  1,424,619  ; 
Aug.  1. 

Carmack,  Prescott  H.,  Chico,  Calif.  Wheel  guards.  No. 
1,411,840  ;  Apr.  4. 

Carman,  Charles  L.,  assignor  to  J.  E.  Kennedy,  New  York, 
N.  Y.     Crusher.     No.  1,436,33S  ;  Nov.  21. 

Carman,  Edwin  C.,  New  Orleans,  La.  Stovepipe  construc- 
tion.    No.  1.440,273;  Dec.  26. 


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Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


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Carman,  Frank  V.,  Oakland,  Calif.  Car  mover.  No. 
1,408,561 ;  Mar.  7. 

Carman,  Frank  V..  Oakland,  Calif.  Railway-tie-adzing  ma- 
chine.   No.  1,427,51(3 ;  Aug.  29. 

Carmean,  Jaires  H.     (See  Carmean,  Samuel  M.  and  J.  H.) 

Carmean,  James  H.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Hand  level.  No. 
1,417,496  ;  May  30. 

Carmean,  Samuel  M.  and  J.  H.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Elec- 
tric heater.     No.   1,416,688  ;   May  23. 

Carrael,  Joseph,  assignor  to  S.  Orenbuch,  New  York,  N.  Y. 
Radiator    ,alve.      No.    1,426,150;    Aug.    15. 

Carmichael.  Andrew  R.,  assignor  of  one-third  to  J.  II. 
Pearson  and  one  third  to  J.  J.  Scott,  Indianapolis.  Ind. 
Automatic  attachment  for  power-driven  machines.  No. 
1,431,723  ;  Oct.  10. 

Carmichael,  Drewey  A.,  Americus,  Ga.  Water  motor.  No. 
1,429,842  ;   Sept.   19. 

Carmichael.  Duncan,  Ancoats,  Manchester,  Euglan  1. 
Acetylene-gas-lightiug  plant.     No.  1,422,030  ;  July  4. 

Carmichael,  James  H..  Cedar  Falls,  Wash.  Smoke-fuel 
attachment.      No.    1.417,030  ;    May    23, 

Carmichael.  Feter  M..  New  York,  N.  Y.  Magazine  fuse 
plug.      No.   1,426.040;   Aug.    15. 

Carmichael.  Thomas  B.  (See  Ocklestou,  W.  H..  and  Car- 
michael.) 

Carnall,  Fredrick  W.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Sewing  awl.  No. 
1,409,668  ;  Mar.   14. 

Carnation  Milk  Products  Company.  (See  Grindrod, 
George,   assignor.) 

Carnation  Milk  Products  Company.  (See  Kinzer,  Philip 
G.,   assignor.) 

Carnation  "Milk  Products  Company.  (See  Stevens.  C.  S.. 
and   Baumanu.    assignors,  i 

Carnation  Milk  Products  Company.  (See  Stevens,  Oar 
ence    S.,    assignor.  | 

Carnefix,  Elizabeth.     (See  Brauner,  Ada  A.,  assignor.) 

Carnegie.  Alfred  Q.  (See  Parsons,  C.  A.,  Carnegie,  and 
Bone,  i 

Carnes  Artificial  Limb  Company.  (See  Carnes,  William 
T.,  assignor.) 

Carnes,  William  T.,  assignor  to  Carnes  Artificial  Limb 
Company,  Kansas  Citv,  Mo.  Artificial  hand  mechanism. 
No.    1.402,476  ;   Jan.   3. 

Carney,    James    J.    Bethel,    Vt.,    assignor,    by    mesne    as- 
signments, to  X  &  K  Industries.  Ltd.,  Montreal.  Quebec, 
Canada.     Lubricating  device.     No.  1,434,5S9  ;  Nov.  T.- 
Carney, Ralph  J.,  Boston,  assignor  to  Carr  Fastener  Com- 
pany, Cambridge,  Mass.  Fastener.  No.  1,431,566  ;  Oct.  10. 

Carnrick,  G.   W.,  Co.      i  See  Neun,  Dora  E.,  assignor.) 

Carollo,    Philip.      (See   Bommarius,   F.    H.,    and   Carollo.) 

Caron  Brothers.     (See  Lavallee,  Joseph  O.  W.,  assignor.) 

Caron,  Philias.      (See  Caron,  Wilfred  and  P.) 

Caron,  Wilfred  and  P.,  Rumford,  Me.  Sled  attachment 
for  wheeled  vehicles.     No.  1,438,359  ;  Dec.  12. 

Caronia,  Frank  J.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Stepladder.  No. 
1,415.791  ;  May  9. 

Carothers.  John  N.,  Anniston,  assignor  to  Federal  Phos- 
phorus Company,  Birmingham,  Ala.  Recovery  of  the 
phosphorus  content  of  phosphatic  material.  No. 
1.410,550;  Mar.  28. 

Carpenter,  Campbell  C,  assignor  to  U.  S.  Light  &  Heat 
Corporation.  Niagara  Falls,  N.  Y.  Relief  mechanism 
for  storage  batteries.     No.  1,403,539  ;  Jan.  17. 

Carpenter,  Campbell  C,  assignor  to  U.  S.  Light  &  Heat 
Corporation.  Niagara  Falls,  N.  Y.  Preparing  paste. 
No.  1,416,787  ;  May  23. 
Carpenter,  Campbell  C,  assignor  to  TJ.  S.  Light  &  Heat 
Corporation,  Niagara  Falls,  N.  Y.  Storage  -  batterv 
plates.      No.    1,416,788;    May    23. 

Carpenter,  Charles  C,  assignor  to  The  Samuel  C.  Tatum 
Companv.  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Filing  tray  or  drawer. 
No.    I.424.0S0;    July    25. 

Carpenter.  Charles  E..  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Armchair  ash 
receiver.     No.   1,433,782;    Oct.   31. 

Carpenter.  Chester  E.,  Aberdeen,  S.  Dak.  Combination 
tool.     No.  1.435.150  ;  Nov.   14. 

Carpenter.  Cranston  H..  Irwin.  Pa.,  assignor  to  Westing- 
house  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company.  Electric 
furnace.     No.    1,409.609;   Mar.   14. 

Carpenter,  Cranston  II.,  Irwin.  Pa.,  assignor  to  Westing- 
house  Electric  &  Manufacturing  Company.  Th»ee-phase 
crucible  furnace.     No.  1.415. 989  ;  May  16. 

Carpenter,  Eugene  R..  Ansonville.  N.  C.  Fluid  clutch 
and  transmission.     No.  1.436.753  :  Nov.  2S. 

Carpenter,  Francis  W.,  assignor  to  Fosston-Carponter  Com- 
pany, St.  Paul,  Minn".  Driving  mechanism  for  washing 
machines.     No.  1,418,429  ;  June  6. 

Carpenter,   Herbert  L.,  Brooklyn,  N.   Y.     Container.     No. 

1,414,861  ;  May  2. 
Carpenter,    John,    North    Auckland,    New    Zealand.      Pro- 
peller.    No.  1,438,094  ;  Dec.  5. 
Carpenter,  Lee  B.,  assignor  tc  The  Carpenter  Shoe  Com- 
pany,   Inc.,    Rochester,    N.    Y.     Shoe.     No.    1.436.696 ; 
Nov.  28. 
Carpenter,  Paul.      (See  Ellis,  Ridsdale,  assignor.) 
Carpenter,    Quiucy    G.,    Mendon,    Ohio.      Fencepost   form. 

No.   1.438.517:    Dec.   12. 
Carpenter,   Robert   S..    Chicago,    111.     Live-bait   bos.      No. 

1,439,690:    Dec.    26. 
Carpenter  Shoe  Company.   The.      (See  Carpenter,   Lee  B., 
assignor.) 

Carpino.  Frank  W.,  et  al.     (See  Ceserani.  John,  assignor.) 

Carples.  Victor  II.     (See  Seelig,  A.  E.,  and  Carples.) 


Carpmill,  John  F.,  and  G.  W.  Troop,  assignors  to  The 
North  &  Judd  Manufacturing  Company,  New  Britain, 
Conn.     Buckle.     No.  1,415,017  ;  May  9. 

Carpmill,  John  F.,  and  G.  W.  Troop,  assignors  to  The 
North  &  Judd  Manufacturing  Company,  New  Britain, 
Conn.     Buckle.     No.  1,438,897 ;  Dec.   12. 

Carpmill,  John  F.,  assignor  to  The  North  &  Judd  Manu- 
facturing Company,  New  Britain,  Conn.  Buckle.  No. 
1.438,898;   Dec.    12. 

Carr,  C.  M.,  Dental  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Mose- 
ler,  Jennie  S.,  assignor.) 

Carr,  Elza  B.     (See  Thompson,  E.  B.,  and  Carr.) 

Carr  Fastener  Company.  (See  Carney,  Ralph  J.,  as- 
signor.) 


pany,    Cambridge,    Mass.       Fastener.       No.     1,433,786 ; 
Oct.    31. 
Carr,    Fred   S.,  Newton,   assignor  to  Carr  Fastener   Com- 
pany,    Cambridge,     Mass.       Separable    fastener.       No. 

1.433.787  ;  Oct.  31. 

Carr,  Fred  S.,  Newton,  assignor  to  Carr  Fastener  Com- 
pany,    Cambridge,     Mass.       Separable    fastener.        No. 

1.433.788  ;    Oct.   31. 

Carr,  Fred  S.,  Newton,  assignor  to  Carr  Fastener  Com- 
pany,    Cambridge,     Mass.       Separable    fastener.        No. 

1.433.789  ;  Oct.   31. 

Carr,  Fred  S.,  Newton,  assignor  to  Carr  Fastener  Com- 
pany, Cambridge,  Mass.  Fastener.  No.  1,433,790; 
Oct.    31. 

Carr,  Fred  S.,  Newton,  assignor  to  Carr  Fastener  Com- 
pany, Cambridge,  Mass.  Separable  fastener.  No. 
1,433,791;  Oct.  31. 
.  Carr,  Fred  S.,  Newton,  assignor  to  Carr  Fastener  Com- 
pany, Cambridge,  Mass.  Fastener.  No.  1,433,792  ; 
Oct.    31. 

Carr,  Fred  S.,  Newton,  assignor  to  Carr  Fastener  Com- 
pany, Cambridge,  Mass.  Fastener.  No.  1,433,793- 
Oct.    31. 

Carr,  Fred  S.,  Newton,  assignor  to  Carr  Fastener  Com- 
pany, Cambridge,  Mass.  Fastener.  No.  1,433  794  ; 
Oct.    31. 

Carr,  Fred  S.,  Newton,  assignor  to  Carr  Fastener  Com- 
pany, Cambridge,  Mass.  Fastener.  No.  1 433,795  • 
Oct.   31. 

Carr.  Fred  S.,  Newton,  assignor  to  Carr  Fastener  Com- 
pany, Cambridge,  Mass.  Fastener.  No.  1,433,796  • 
Oct.  31. 

Carr,  Fred  S.,  Newton,  assignor  to  Carr  Fastener  Com- 
pany. Cambridge,  Mass.  Fastener.  No.  1,433,797 ; 
Oct.    31. 

Carr,  Fred  S.,  Newton,  assignor  to  Carr  Fastener  Com- 
pany, Cambridge,  Mass.  Separable  fastener.  No. 
1,433,798;  Oct.   31. 

Carr,  George  J.,  et  al.,  trustees.  (See  Heslewood,  W.  R  , 
and  Mocine,  assignors.) 

Carr.  James,  Syracuse,  N.  Y.  Tool  chuck.  No.  1,428,754  • 
Sept.  12. 

Carr.  James  II.,  and  M.  A.  Powers,  Winchester,  Mass 
Lock  nut.     No.  1,406,169  ;  Feb.  14. 

Carr.  Judd,  Frankfort,  Ind.  Display  rack.  No.  1  404  270  • 
Jan.  24. 

Carr-Lowrey  Glass  Company.  (See  Newell,  Louis  B„  as- 
signor.) 

Carr,  Moses  F.,  Newton,  assignor  to  Carr  Fastener  Com- 
pany, Cambridge,  Mass.     Stud.     No.  1,433,783  •  Oct  31 

Carr,  Moses  F.,  Newton,  assignor  to  Carr  Fastener  Com- 
pany, Cambridge,  Mass.  Fastener.  No.  1,433,784 ; 
Oct.    31. 

Carr,  Moses  F.,  Newton,  assignor  to  Carr  Fastener  Com- 
pany. Cambridge,  Mass.  Separable  fastener.  No. 
1,433,785  ;  Oct.  31. 

Carr,  Oma,  assignor  to  The  Cardem  Process  Company,  New 
York,  N.  Y.  Evaporating  apparatus.  No.  1,405,756 ; 
Feb.  7. 

Carr,  Thomas  J.,  Newcastle-upon-Tvne,  England.  Shin's 
davit.     No.  1.422,175  :  July  11. 

Carr,  William  C,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.  Elevator  truck.  No 
1.407,124;   Feb.  21. 

Carradus,  Thomas  W.,  and  D.  Nield,  Ancoats,  Manchester, 
England.  Means  for  facilitating  the  removal  of  pul- 
leys, wheels,  and  the  like  from  shafts.  No.  1,402  477  : 
Jan.  3. 

Carrasco,  Oreste,  assignor  to  Societe  Generate  Delle 
Conserve  Alimentari  Cirio,  St.  Giovanni  di  Teduccio, 
near  Naples,  Italy.  Device  for  testing  preserved  foods. 
No.   1,434,771  :   Nov.   7. 

Carre,  Francis  D.,  Rockford.  111.  Combined  truck  and 
workbench.      No.   1,429,926 ;   Sept.   26. 

Carrel,  Alexander  M.,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Heel  retainer 
for  low  shoes.     No.  1,40S,721  ;  Mar.  7. 

Carrey,  John  O.,  assignor  to  Carrey  Rotary  Engine  Com- 
pany, St.  Louis,  Mo.     Turbine.     No.  1,415.219  ;  May  9. 

Carrey  Rotary  Engine  Company.  (See  Carrey,  John  0„ 
assignor.) 

Carrico,  Noel.  Sidney,  Mont.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  F.  C. 

Hughes,    Evauston,    111.      Mending    electric    resistance 

elements.     No.   1,415,524  ;   May  9. 
Carrico,  William  G.,  Washington,  D.  C.     Air-inlet-control 

means  for  furnaces.     No.  1.418,776  ;  June  6. 
Carrie     Gyroscopic     Corporation,     The.        (See     Rossiter, 

George  A.,  assignor.) 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 

Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Carrie,  James,  Butler,  Pa.,  assignor  to  W.  D.  Sawyer,  Mil- 
waukee, Wis.  Grinding  and  polishing  machine.  No. 
1,430,214;  Sept.  26. 

Carrier,  Carl  F.  P.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Piston  packing  ring. 
No.  1,403,008  ;  Jan.  10. 

Carrier,  Carl  F.  P.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Automatic  elec- 
trical controlling  device.     No.  1,422,415  ;  July  11. 

Carrier  Engineering  Corporation.  (See  Harrison,  Burt  S„ 
assignor.) 

Carrigue,  William,  &  Company.  (See  Bodman,  John  W., 
assignor.) 

Carrington,  William  D.,  Inver  Groye,  Minn.  Signal  flag. 
No.    1,420,967;    June   27. 

Carris,  Edward  C,  assignor  to  Cards  Manufacturing  Com- 
pany, Washington,  Iowa.  Button-blank-grinding  ma- 
chine.    No.  1,410,489.     June  13. 

Carris  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Carris,  Edward  C, 
assignor.) 

Carrra,  Bazel  E.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Convertible  automobile 
body.    No.  1,405,486  ;  Feb.  7. 

Carrm,  Bazel  E.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Convertible  vehicle 
body.     No.  1,413,965  ;  Apr.  25. 

Carrm,  Bazel  E.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Convertible  vehicle 
body.     No.   1,426,153;    Aug.  15". 

Carroll,  Alfred  F.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Reed  for  accordions 
No.  1,408,985;  Mar.  7. 

Carroll,  Andrew  L.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  J.  W.  Cham- 
bers, St.  Louis,  Mo.     Car  wheel.     No.  1,431,370  ;  Oct.  10. 

Carroll.   Arthur  L.      (See  Gale,   Walter  M.  A.,   assignor.) 

Carroll,  Arthur  V.,  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Lathe.  No. 
1,414,176  ;  Apr.  25. 

Carroll,  Carl  H.,  Arlington,  Mass.  Closed  pocket  for  panels 
and  forming  same.    No.  1,419,490  ;  June  13. 

Carroll,  Clarence  W.     (See  Nichols,  E.  B.,  and  Carroll.) 

Carroll,  Elbert  H.,  assignor  to  Morgan  Construction  Com- 
pany,   Worcester,    Mass.    'Machine    for    planing    gears. 

.     No.   1,436,431  ;  Nov.  21. 

Carroll,  Frank  H.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Vegetation-pro- 
tecting structure.     No.  1,407,125  ;   Feb.   21. 

Carroll,  Henry  R.      (See  Crider,  Walter  R.,  assignor.) 

Carroll,  Herron  G.,  Ayr,  Nebr.  Antimiring  device.  No. 
1,425.448;   Aug.   8. 

Carroll,  Houston  M.,  Sr.,  San  Antonio,  Tex.  Compression 
tray.     No.  1,404,271  ;  Jan.  24. 

Carroll,  James  A.,  assignor  of  one-third  to  W.  B.  Paine, 
Bentonville,  Ark.  Sectional  tire  fastener.  No. 
1,431,097;  Oct.  3. 

Carroll,  James  H.  Charlotte,  N.  C.  Bottled-drink-vending 
machine.     No.  1,419,219  ;  June  13. 

Carroll,  James  H.,  Charlotte,  N.  C.  Bottled-drink-vending 
machine.     No.  1,419,220  ;  June  13. 

Carroll,  John  D.     (See  Tregoe,  B.  B.,  and  Carroll.) 

Carroll,  John  D.,  West  Lafayette,  Ind.  Pump.  No. 
1,437,464;  Dec.  5. 

Carroll,  Owen  L.,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Heating  apparatus  for 
vapor-bath  devices.     No.   1,410,164 ;  Mar.   21. 

Carroll,  Stewart  J.,  assignor  to  Eastman  Kodak  Company, 
Rochester,  N.  Y.  Cellulose  ether  solvent  and  compo- 
sition.    No.   1,405,487  ;   Feb.  7. 

Carroll,  Stewart  J.,  assignor  to  Eastman  Kodak  Com- 
pany, Rochester,  N.  Y.  Cellulose-ether  solvent  and 
composition.     No.  1,411,708  ;  Apr.  4. 

Carroll,  Stewart  J.,  assignor  to  Eastman  Kodak  Company, 
Rochester,  N.  Y.  Cellulose  ether  solvent  and  com- 
position.    No.  1,425,173  ;  Aug.  8. 

Carroll,  Stewart  J.,  assignor  to  Eastman  Kodak  Com- 
pany, Rochester,  N.  Y.  Cellulose  ether  solvent  and  com- 
position.    No.   1,429,188  ;   Sept.  12. 

Carroll,  Stewart  J.,  assignor  to  Eastman  Kodak  Company, 
Rochester,  N.  Y.  Cellulose-ether  solvent  and  composi- 
tion.    No.  1,431,905  ;  Oct.  10. 

Carroll,  Stewart  J.,  assignor  to  Eastman  Kodak  Company, 
Rochester,  N.  Y.  Composition  containing  cellulose  ni- 
trate and  cellulose  ether  and  solvent  used  therein.  No. 
1,431,906  ;  Oct.  10. 

Carroll,  Stewart  J.,  assignor  to  Eastman  Kodak  Company, 
Rochester,  N.  Y.  Cellulose-ether  solvent  and  composi- 
tion.    No.   1,434,426  ;   Nov.   7. 

Carroll,  Stewart  J.,  assignor  to  Eastman  Kodak  Com- 
pany, Rochester,  N.  Y.  Cellulose-ether  solvent  and 
composition.     No.   1,434,427 ;   Nov.   7. 

Carroll,  Stewart  J.,  assignor  to  Eastman  Kodak  Company, 
Rochester,  N.  Y.  Cellulose-ether  solvent  and  composi- 
tion.    No.   1,437,792 ;    Dec.    5. 

Carroll,  William  P.,  Horton,  Kans.  Metal-working  tool. 
No.  1,418,125;  May  30. 

Carron,  James  A.,  assignor  to  Art  in  Buttons,  Inc.,  Roch- 
ester, N.  Y.  Saw-filing  machine.  No.  1,436,954 ; 
Nov.  21. 

Cnrscadin,  Charles  A.  (See  Woodman,  George  A.,  as- 
signor. ) 

Carskaddon,  James  K.,  Pearson,  Wash.  Muffle  furnace. 
No.   1,432,667  ;   Oct.   17. 

Carson,  Clarence,  New  Rochelle,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Johns- 
Manvillc  Incorporated.  Trip  reset  for  speedometers. 
No.   1,405,899;    Feb.   7. 

Carson,  Clarence,  New  Rochelle,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Johns- 
Manville  Incorporated.  Hub  odometer.  No.  1,424,000; 
July   25. 

Carson,  Hugh  J.,  Fairfax,  Minn.  Feed  regulator.  No. 
1,426,041  ;    Aug.    15. 

Carson,  John  R.,  Montclair,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  American 
Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.  Frequencv-control 
system.     No.  1,403,841  ;  Jan.  17. 


Carson,  John  R.,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  American 
Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.  Method  of  and 
means  for  modulating  carrier  oscillations.  No. 
1,410,890;  Mar.  28. 

Carson,  John  R.,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  American 
Telephone  and  Telegraph  Company.  Translating  circuit. 
No.  1,418,285  ;  June  6. 

Carson,  Pirie,  Scott  and  Company.  (See  Hartrick,  George, 
assignor.) 

Carson,  Robert  A.,  Kansas  City,- Mo.  Valve  grinder.  No. 
1.436,150;  Nov.  21. 

Carson,  Robert  M.,  and  J.  J.  Leahy,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
Fabric.     No.  1,430,360;  Sept.  26. 

Carson,  Thomas  P.,  Breckenridge,  Tex.  Hydraulic  ele- 
vator.     No.    1,412,920 ;    Apr.    18. 

Carson,   Walter  H.      (See   Stanley,   J.,   and   Carson.) 

Carstarphen,  Frederick  C,  Trenton,  N.  J.,  assignor  to 
The  American  Steel  and  Wire  Company  of  New  Jersey. 
Aerial  tramway.     No.  1,422.255  ;  July  11. 

Carstarphen,  Frederick  C.,  Trenton,  N.  J.,  assignor  to 
The  American  Steel  and  Wire  Company  of  New  Jersey. 
Lumber  carrier.     No.  1,436,151 ;  Nov.  21. 

Carstens,  Alexander  B.,  Monterey,  Mexico,  assignor  to 
The  American  Metal  Company,  Limited.  Rotary  kiln. 
No.  1,415,990;  May  16. 

Cartasso,  Giacomo,  Oakland,  Calif.  Signal.  No.  1,410,165  ; 
Mar.   21. 

Carter,  Arthur,  Birmingham,  England.  Free  wheel.  No. 
1,412,336;  Apr.  11. 

Carter,  Arthur  J.      (See  Richards,  Paul  P.  E.,  assignor.) 

Carter,  Carnie  B.,  and  A.  E.  Coxe,  Pittsburgh,  Ta.,  as- 
signors, by  mesne  assignments,  to  S.  Karpen  &  Bros. 
Producing  active  methylene  bodies.  No.  1,423,753 ; 
July    25. 

Carter,  Chapel  S.  and  H.  P.,  assignors  to  The  H.  C. 
Cook  Go.,  Ansonia,  Conn.  Finger-nail  trimmer.  No. 
1,436,010  ;  Nov.   21. 

Carter,  Charles  E.,  Gillespie,  III.  Operating  mechanism 
for  mine  doors.     No.  1,419,357;  June  13. 

Carter,  Charles  J.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Flooring.  No. 
1,412,506;  Apr.  11. 

Carter,  Charles  J.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  Nail  set.  No. 
1,412,507;  Apr.  11. 

Carter,  Clarence  W.,  assignor  to  Carter  Mayhew  Manu- 
facturing Company.  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Grain  sepa- 
rator.    No.   1,437.042  ;  Nov.   28. 

Carter,  Clark  E.     (See  Baker,  W.  H.,  and  Carter.) 

Carter,  Clark  E.,  Montreal.  Quebec,  Canada.  Camera. 
No.  1,407,973;  Feb.  21. 

Carter,  Clark  E.,  Montreal,  Quebec,  Canada,  assignor 
to  Aladdin  Cinema  Co.,  Inc.,  Malone,  N.  Y.  Cinemato- 
graphic apparatus.     No.  1,412.508  ;  Apr.  11. 

Carter,  Clark  E.,  Montreal,  Quebec,  Canada,  assignor  to 
Aladdin  Cinema  Co.,  Inc.,  Malone,  N.  Y.  Cinemato- 
graphic machine.     No.  1,412,509  ;  Apr.  11. 

Carter,  Daniel.      (See  Roach,  P.  J.,  and  Carter.) 

Carter,  Douglas  G.,  Picton,  Ontario,  Canada.  Convertible 
bolt.     No.  1,414,979  ;  May  2. 

Carter,  Edward  V.,  and  A.  W.  Sprague,  Huntington, 
W.  Va.  Jack  for  removing  pinions,  etc.,  from  shafts. 
No.  1,403,893;  Jan.  17. 

Carter,  Floyd  R.,  O.  A.  Otten,  and  J.  C.  Willard,  Fair- 
bury,  Nebr.  Ice  -  cream  -  brick  center  punch.  No. 
1,429,405  ;  Sept.  19. 

Carter,  Frank  B.,  assignor  to  The  Indiana  Manufacturing 
Company,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Pneumatic  straw  stacker. 
No.  1.415,792  ;  May  9. 

Carter,  George  J..  Bromborough,  and  L.  G.  McFarlane, 
Liverpool,  England.  Internal-combustion  engine.  No. 
1,429,016;   Sept.  12. 

Carter,  George  W.,  and  R.  B.  Hayden,  San  Angelo,  Tex. 
Casing-pulling  device.    No.  1,418,533  ;  June  6. 

Carter,  Harold  H.,  Thornton  Heath,  England.  Motor  fire 
engine  and  rail  coach  or  truck.     No.  1,405.278  ;  Jan.  31. 

Carter,  Hedley  P.      (See  Carter,  Chapel  S.  and  H.  P.) 

Carter,  Horace  D.,  Multnomah,  Oreg.  Swimming  pool.  No. 
1,403,009  ;  Jan.  10. 

Carter,  J.  B.,  et  al.      (See  Wysong,  Bennett  C,  assignor.) 

Carter,  J.  Barrett,  et  al.  (See  Wrenn,  H.  A.,  and  Phil- 
lips, assignors.) 

Carter,  J.  C,  et  al.  (See  Strong,  E.,  and  Tarbutton, 
assignors.) 

Carter,  Jack  B.,  trustee.  (See  Homey,  Jeffrey  C,  as- 
signor.) 

Carter,  James  D.,  Chicago,  111.  Proportional  scaling  in- 
strument.     No.    1,422,925 ;    July    18. 

Carter,  James  W.,  Minden,  La.  Agricultural  implement. 
No.  1,414,931 ;  May  2. 

Carter,  Joseph.  Saskatoon,  Saskatchewan,  Canada.  Multi- 
magazine   self-locking  rifle.     No.  1,420,471  ;  June  20. 

Carter,  Lester  L.,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Oil,  gas,  and 
water  separator.     No.  1,426,955  ;  Aug.  22. 

Carter,  Lionel  A.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Power-transmission 
mechanism.     No.  1,414,622  ;  May  2. 

Carter,  Lionel  A.,  assignor  of  one-third  to  T.  O.  Moloney 
and  one-third  to  J.  J.  Mullen,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Trans- 
former casing.     No.  1,429,927  ;  Sept.  26. 

Carter,  Martin  E.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.  Strainer  for  sugar 
juices.     No.  1,422,737  ;  July  11. 

Carter  Mayhew  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Carter, 
Clarence  W..   assignor.) 

Carter,  Oscar  M.,  Houston,  Tex.  Drill.  No.  1,412.101; 
Apr.  11. 


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Garter,  Ralph  B.,  Hawortli,  N.  J.  Tump.  No.  1,410,994  ; 
Mar.  28. 

•Carter,  Ray  I,.,  Syracuse,  N.  Y.  Shaping  device.  No. 
1,433,497  ;  Oct.  24. 

Cartel',  Robert  D.      (See  Drake,  T.,  and  Carter.) 

Carter,  Robert  D.,  Broadheath,  England,  assignor  to  Lino- 
type and  Machinery  Limited,  London,  England.  Dis- 
tributing mechanism  of  typographical  composing  and 
casting  machines.    No.  1,427,517;  Aug.  29. 

Carter,  Robert  E.,  Sykesville,  Md.  Yieldable  drive  shaft. 
No.  1,416.204  ;  May  16. 

Carter,  Robert  E.,  Sykesville,  Md.  Can  closure.  No. 
1,417,141  ;    May    23. 

Carter,  Wallace  E.,  Dover,  England.  Convertible  peram- 
bulator and  push  chair.     No.  1,423.912;  July  25. 

Carter,   Walter  J.      (See  Lamp,  Arthur  W.,   assignor.) 

Carter,  Walter  M.,  Portsmouth,  Va.  Lamp  socket.  No. 
1.410,007  ;  May  16. 

Carter,  Wiley  H.     (See  Allure,  L.  E.,  and  Carter.) 

tarter,  William.  Company,  The.  (See  Cunningham,  Sam- 
uel,   assignor.) 

Carter,  William,  Company,  The.  (See  Redmond,  Harriet 
L.,  assignor.) 

Carter,  William  C,  St.  Louis,  Mo.  Fuel-supply  apparatus 
for  internal-combustion  engines.    No.  1,423,913  ;  July  25. 

Carter,  Winthrop  L.,  Nashua,  N.  H.  Method  of  and  appa- 
ratus for  waxing  paper.     No.  1,429,928;   Sept.  26. 

Cartier,  Charles  E.,  et  al.  (See  Putney,  William  W., 
assignor.) 

Cartier,  Inc.      (See  Genaille,  Alexandre,  assignor.) 

(  artier,  Leo,  Oakland,  Calif.  Cushion  tire.  No.  1,403,289  ; 
Jan.  10. 

Cartlidge,  Frank,  Claremont,  N.  H.,  assignor  to  Sullivan 
Machinery  Company.  Mining  machine.  No.  1,417,716; 
May  30. 

Cartlidge-,  Frank,  Claremont,  N.  II.,  assignor  to  Sullivan 
Machinery  Company.  Transmission  mechanism.  No. 
1,418,126;  May  30. 

Cartlidge.  Frank,  Claremont,  N.  H.,  assignor  to  Sullivan 
Machinery  Company.  Clutch  mechanism.  No.  1,434,772  ; 
Nov.    7. 

Cartmill,  Holley,  Spokane,  Wash.  Spark  plug.  No. 
1,429,017  ;  Sept.  12. 

Cartmill,  Orrell  E.,  Stevens  Point,  Wis.  Trunk  attach- 
ment.    No.  1,402,211 ;  Jan.  3. 

Cartoning  Machinery  Corporation.  (See  Andrews,  J.  W., 
and   Evans,   assignors.) 

Cartoning  Machinery  Corporation.  (See  Evans,  H.  L., 
and  Andrews,  assignors.) 

Cartter,  William  G.,  and  E.  D.  Arthur,  Arcadia,  Calif. 
Solar-heat-collecting  apparatus.     No.  1.425,174  ;  Aug.  8. 

Cartuschka,  Jalean  W.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Butter  cutter. 
No.  1,436,236  ;  Nov.  21. 

Cartwright,  Burr  M.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  M.  S. 
Getman,  Syracuse,  N.  Y.  Street-indicating  apparatus 
for  street   cars.     No.  1,435,696 ;   Nov.   14. 

Caruelle,  Georges  A.,  Paris,  France.  Multicellular  arrange- 
ment for  the  raising  of  liquids.     No.  1,417,886  ;  May  30. 

Carvalho.  Leslie  R.  N..  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Receptacle  clo- 
sure.     No.    1,413,257  ;   Apr.    18. 

Carvalho,  Leslie  R.  N.,  assignor  to  Closure  Service  Cor- 
poration, Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Receptacle  closure.  No. 
1,413,653;  Apr.  25. 

Carvalho,  Leslie  R.  N.,  assignor  to  Closure  Service  Cor- 
poration, Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Receptacle  closure.  No. 
1.413,654  ;     Apr.    25. 

Carvalho,  Leslie  R.  N.,  and  A.  L.  Merollo,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  ; 
said  Merolle  assignor  to  said  Carvalho.  Receptacle 
closure.       No.     1.4)3,250;     Apr.     18. 

Carver,  Fred  S.,  Newark,  N.  J.  Compression  pump.  No. 
1.419.221  ;  June  13. 

Cary,  Edward  D.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Mold-handling  appa- 
ratus.     No.   1,425,449 ;   Aug.    8. 

Cary  Edwin  H.,  Stockton,  Calif.  Constructing  streets 
and  highways.     No.  1,410,733  ;  Mar.  28. 

Cary,  George  W.,  Greenfield,  Mass.  Saw  guide.  No. 
1.417,973  ;  May  30. 

Cary.  Harrv  E.,  and  T.  T.  McGuire,  Oakland,  Calif.  Dirigi- 
ble  headl'ight.    No.  1,417.497  ;  May  30. 

Cary,  James  IT.,  and  .1.  D.  McMurry,  Memphis,  Tenn.  Com- 
bination collar  and  hame.     No.  1,402.920  ;  Jan.  10. 

Cary  Manufacturing  Co.  (See  Cary,  S.  C,  and  Betton, 
assignors.) 

Cary  Manufacturing  Co.     (See  Cary,  Spencer  C,  assignor.) 

Cary  Manufacturing  Co.  (See  Freeh,  William  F.,  as- 
signor.) 

Oarv,  Spencer  C.,  assignor,  to  Cary  Manufacturing  Com- 
panv,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Implement  for  joining  package 
binders.     No.  1,411,109  ;   Apr.   4. 

Cary,  Spencer  C,  assignor  to  Cary  Manufacturing  Com- 
pany, Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Band  tightener.  No.  1,412,165  ; 
Apr.   11. 

Cary,  Spencer  C.  Brooklyn,  assignor  to  Cary  Manufactur- 
ing Co.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Wire  package  binder.  No. 
1.419.110;  June  0. 

Cary,  Spencer  C,  assignor  to  Cary  Manufacturing  Co., 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y.     Bundled  wire.     No.  1,423,478  ;  July  18. 

Cary,  Speucer  C,  assignor  to  Cary  Manufacturing  Co., 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y.    Bundled  wire.    No.  1.427,518  ;  Aug.  29. 

Cary,  Spencer  C,  assignor  to  Cary  Manufacturing  Co., 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y.     Bundled  wire.     No.  1.427,519  :  Aug.  29. 

Cary.  Spencer  C,  assignor  to  Cary  Manufacturing  Co., 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Implement  for  binding  shipping 
packages.      No.    1.431.098;   Oct.  3. 


Cary,  Spencer  C,  Brooklyn,  and  J.'  M.  Betton,  Mount 
Vernon,  assignors  to  Cary  Manufacturing  Co.,  Brooklyn, 
N.  Y.  Means  for  cleaning  metals  preparatory  to  weld- 
ing.    No.  1,419,717  ;  June  13. 

Cary,  William  J.      (See  Downey,  Richard  F.,  assignor.) 

Caryl,  Harry  S.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  L.  B.  Landau, 
Scranton,  Pa.     Horseshoe  pad.     No.  1,407,379  ;  Feb.  21. 

Carzis,  Demetrius  G.,  ot  al.  (See  Anthos,  Frank  I-L,  as- 
signor.) 

Carzis,  James,  et  al.     (See  Anthos,  Frank  H.,  assignor.) 

Carzis,  John  G.,  et  al.     (See  Anthos,  Frank  H.,  assignor.) 

Casahlancas,  Fernando,  Sabadell,  Spain.  Drawing  mech- 
anism for  textile  rovings,  with  feeding  belts.  No. 
1,416,608  ;  May  16. 

Casablancas,  Fernando,  Sabadell,  Spain.  Drawing  appa- 
ratus for  textile  rovings.     No.  1,440,274  ;  Dec.  26. 

Casale,  Luigi,  Rome,  Italy,  assignor  for  himself  and  Rene" 
Leprestre,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Catalytic  apparatus  for  the 
synthesis  of  ammonia.     No.  1,408,987  ;  Mar.  7. 

Casarcs,  Miguel  G.,  Santiago,  Spain.  Method  of  and  ap- 
paratus for  recording  arterial  pulsations.  No. 
1.413,389  ;    Apr.    18. 

Case,  Arthur  E.,  assignor  to  Delta  Electric  Company, 
Marion,  Ind.     Electric  lamp.     No.  1,428,755  ;  Sept.   12. 

Case,  Arthur  E.,  assignor  to  Delta  Electric  Company, 
Marion,  Ind.  Portable  electric  lamp.  No.  1,430,939  ; 
Oct.  3. 

Case,  Arthur  F.,  assignor  to  The  Wellman-Seaver-Morgan 
Company,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Car  dumper.  No.  1,407,926  ; 
Feb.  28. 

Case,  Arthur  F.,  assignor  to  Wellman-Seaver-Morgan  Com- 
pany, Cleveland,  Ohio.  Car  blocking  for  car-dumper 
cradles.     No.  1,427,090  ;  Aug.  29. 

Case,  Arthur  F.,  assignor  to  The  Wellman-Seaver-Morgan 
Company,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Fueling  barge.  No. 
1,427,091  ;  Aug.  29. 

Case,  Arthur  F.,  assignor  to  The  Wellman-Seaver-Morgan 
Company,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Car  dumper.  No.  1,439,866  ; 
Dec.    26. 

Case,  Francis  M.,  Cleveland,  assignor  to  The  Hoover  Suc- 
tion Sweeper  Company,  New  Berlin,  Ohio.  Suction 
sweeper.     No.  1,408,074  ;  Feb.  28. 

Case,  Francis  M.,  Cleveland,  Ohio,  assignor,  by  mesne 
assignments,  to  The  Foote-Burt  Company.  Washing  and 
wringing  machine.    No.  1,410,652  ;  Mar.  28. 

Case,  Francis  M.,  assignor  to  The  Shelby  Supply  and 
Manufacturing  Company,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Coin-con- 
trolled vending  machine.     No.  1,414,502  ;  May  2. 

Case,  Francis  M.,  assignor  to  E.  C.  McKay,  Cleveland, 
Ohio.  Loader  for  machine-gun  magazines.  No.  1,436,083  ; 
Nov.  21. 

Case,  George  W.,  and  J.  W.  Roberts,  Passaic,  N.  J.  Ma- 
chine for  aligning  the  flanges  of  traylike  articles.  No. 
1,424,280;   Aug.  1. 

Case,  Harry  J.,  Potosi,  Wis.  Tractor  drawbar.  No. 
1,414,457  ;  May  2. 

Case,  Henry  M.,  assignor  to  The  Cincinnati  Stamping 
Company,  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Ventilator.  No.  1,412,607; 
Apr.  11. 

Case,  J.  I.,  Plow  Works  Company.  (See  Hcndrickson, 
R.  O.,  and   Morec,  assignors.) 

Case,  J.  I.,  Plow  Works  Company.  (See  Hendrickson, 
Robert  O..  assignor.) 

Case.  J.  I.,  Threshing  Machine  Company.  (See  Caughey, 
Robert  C,  assignor.)        » 

Case.  J.  I.,  Threshing  Machine  Company.  (See  Crawford, 
John  F.,  assignor.) 

Case,  J.  I.,  Threshing  Machine  Company.  (See  Davies, 
David  P.,  assignor.) 

Case,  J.  I..  Threshing  Machine  Company.  (See  Krause, 
Norman  R.,  assignor.) 

Case,  J.  I.  Threshing  Machine  Company.  (See  MacGregor, 
W.  F.,  and  Krause,  assignors.) 

Case,  John  J.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  J.  J.  Wright, 
Saratoga  Springs,  N.  Y.  Throttle  regulator.  No. 
1,404,009  ;  Jan.  17. 

Case,  John  J.,  assignor  to  Baker  Manufacturing  Corpora- 
tion, Saratoga  Springs,  N.  Y.  Acid  line  for  paper  mills. 
No.  1,426,956;  Aug.   22. 

Case,   Joseph  E.      (Sep  Halliday.  George,  assignor.) 

Case,  Maxwell,  Evanston,  111.  Chart  for  recording  com- 
petitive sales.     No.  1,439,867  ;  Dec.  26. 

Case,  Rolland  T.,  La  Crosse,  Wis.  Method  of  and  appa- 
ratus for  metal  casting.     No.  1,429,568  ;  Sept.  19. 

Case,  Theodore  W.,  Scipio,  N.  Y.  Electrical  device.  No. 
1,406.149  ;  Feb.  7. 

Case.  Theodore  W.,  Scipio,  N.  Y.  Signaling  system.  No. 
1,412,385  ;  Apr.  11. 

Casebeer,  Alvin,  Heppner,  Oreg.  Saw  setter.  No. 
1.439,144  :  Dec.  10. 

Casein  Manufacturing  Company,  The.  (See  Dunham, 
Andrew  A.,  assignor.) 

Casele,  Luigi,  et  al.     (See  Casele,  Luigi,  assignor.) 

Casello,  Joseph.      (See  Currie,  Thomas  D.,  assignor.) 

Casey,  Charles  C,  assignor  to  Work  Organizer  Specialties 
Company,  Detroit,  Mich.  Sorting  device.  No.  1,439,793  ; 
Dec.  26. 

Casey.  Francis  W.,  Rockland,  Mass.  Firewood-cutting 
machine.     No.   1,438,943  :  Dec.  19. 

Casey-Hedges  Co.,  The.  (See  Stimmel,  Frederick  G,  as- 
signor.) 

Caspv.  Thomas  I.,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Dehydrator. 
No*.    1,426,816:   A112.   22. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED,  FEOM    THE 

Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Casgrain.   Charles  E.,   Chicago,  111.     Attachment  for  but- 
tonhole machines.     No.   1,404,372;  Jan.  24. 
Casgrain.   Charles  E.,   Chicago,   111.     Buttonhole-stitching 

machine.  No.  1,411,953 ;  Apr.  4. 
Casgrain,  Lonis  A.,  Beverly,  Mass.,  assignor  to  United 
Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  .T.  Grinding 
machine.  No.  1,410,551  ;  Mar.  28. 
Casgrain,  Louis  A.,  Beverly,  Mass.,  assignor  to  United 
Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Machine 
for  applying  foxing  to  rubber  shoes.  No.  1,439,794 ; 
Dec.  26. 

Cashman.  John  C.  Baldwin  Park,  Calif.  Pruning  knife. 
No.  1,439,225  ;  Dec.  19. 

Cashmer.   Jacob,   Denver,  Colo.     Nut  and  bolt  lock.     No. 

1,433,6.75  ;    Oct.    31. 
Casler,    Herman.    Canastota,    N.    Y.      Drill    chuck.      No. 
1.432,278;  Oct.  17. 

Casler,  John  C,  Chicopee  Falls,  Mass.  Feeding  attach- 
ment for  stokers  and  the  like.     No.  1,415,146  ;  May  9. 

Casmire,  Frederick  B.,  Chanute,  Ivans.  Slop.  No. 
1.420.180;    June    20. 

Cason.  Charles  S..  Oakland.  Calif.  Lather's  hatchet. 
No.    1.426,151  ;    Aug.    15. 

Cason.  Louisa  B..  Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Hair-straightening 
comb.      No.    1 ,413,255  ;    Apr.    18. 

Casorso.  Napoleon  P.,  and  C.  Vacher,  Santa  Barbara.  Calif. 
Nozzle.      No.    1,417,031  ;    May    23. 

Caspari,  Karl.  Frankfort-on-the-Main-Ginnheim,  Germany. 
Tensioning  peg  for  stringed  instruments.  No. 
1.422,738:  July  11. 

Casper,  Albert.     (See  Nixon,  Albion  K..  assignor.) 

Casper,  Frank  L.,  Howes  Cave,  N.  1".  Graphophone  stop. 
No.   1,434.366  ;  Nov.  7. 

Casper,  William  L.,  Brooklyn,  assignor  to  Western  Elec- 
tric Company,  Incorporated,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Elec- 
tric circuit.     No.   1,432,965  ;   Oct.  24. 

Casperson,  Carl  S.,  New  Britain.  Conn.  Combination 
drawbolt  and  lock.     No.  1,410,995  ;  Mar.  28. 

Caspersson,  Karl  A.  (See  Gustafsou,  G.,  Jungmarker, 
and    Caspersson.) 

Cassady,  George,  New  Westminster,  British  Columbia, 
Canada.  Speed-change  mechanism.  No.  1,409,523  ; 
Mar.    14. 

Cassady.  John,  assignor  to  Cassady  Specialty  Company, 
Ritzville,  Wash.  Circulating-air  beater.  No.  1,402,728  ; 
Jan.  3. 

Cassady  Specialty  Company.  (See  Cassady,  John,  as- 
signor.) 

Cassalette.  Eddy,  Berlin-Friedenau,  Germany.  Device  for 
controlling  the  exhaust  of  motor  cars  and  the  like. 
No.   1,405.900  ;   Fob.  7. 

Cassedv.  William  M.,  Cape  May,  N.  J.  Toothbrush.  No. 
1,405.279  ;  Jan.  31. 

Cassell.  Oscar  Ii.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Flying  machine.  No. 
1.406.344  ;   Feb.  14. 

Cassidy,  Frederick  F.,  et  al.,  trustee.  (See  St.  John, 
George  L,  assignor.) 

Cassidy,  Gabriel  J.,  Hastings,  Minn.  Sprayer  nozzle. 
No.  1,428,530  :   Sept.  12. 

Cassidy.  George  L.,  et  al.  (See  Davis,  Mortimer  D.,  as- 
signor^ 

Cassidv.  John  P.,  Aurora.  Ontario,  Canada.  Pipe  lifter. 
No.   1.420,621  ;   June   27. 

Cassidy,  Louis  T.,  Norwich,  Conn.  Surgical  appliance. 
No.  1,438,899  ;  Dec.  12. 

Cassutt,  Casper  J.     (See  Hui'ber,  Henry,  assignor.) 

Cast  Steel  Locomotive  Ash  Pan  Company.  (See  Westlflke, 
Charles   T.,    assignor.) 

Castberg,  Thomas.  (See  Blankenhorn,  G.  W.,  and  Cast- 
berg.) 

Casterline,  Edwin  D.,  and  J.  A.  Brien.  San  Francisco  ;  said 
Casterline  assignor  of  his  right  to  Laura  F.  Casterline, 
Oakland,  Calif.  Boll-paper  bolder.  No.  1,408,499  ; 
Mar.    7. 

Casterline.  Laura  F.  (See  Casterline,  E.  D.,  and  Brien, 
assignors.) 

Castle,  John  E.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  J.  C.  Jones, 
Ridge  Farm,  111.  Collapsible  rim.  No.  1,439,943 ; 
Dec.  26. 

Castle,  Samuel  N.,  New  Rochelle,  N.  Y.  Electric  furnace. 
No.    1.420.687  ;    June   27. 

Castleman,  Frank   M.,  Rotherham.   England,  assignor,   by 
mesne    assignments,    to    The    Union    Switch    &    Signal 
Company,    Swissvale,    Pa.      Power-operated    ram.      No.  . 
1,407,253  ;  Feb.  21. 

Castles,  Richard  ('..  Chicago.  111.  Holder  for  playing 
cards.      No.    1.416,447;   May   16. 

Castricum,  Martin.  Springfield,  assignor  to  The  Fisk  Rub- 
ber Company,  Chicopee  Falls,  Mass.  Continuous  fabric 
feed.     No.   1.415,312;  May  9. 

Caswell.  Carl  F..  Coon  Rapids,  Iowa.  Glass  tongs.  No. 
1,428,679  :    Sept.   12. 

Caswell,  Herbert  M.,  Oatman,  Ariz.  Wheelbarrow  handle. 
No.  1,427,720  ;  Aug.  29. 

Catalano,  Peter  P.,  North  Collins.  N.  Y.  Automatic  safety 
gas  cut-off.     No.  1.416.169:  May  16. 

Cataldi,  Beniamino,  Turin,  Italy,  assignor  to  A.  Pomilio, 
New  York,  N.  Y.  Extraction  of  the  cellulose  from 
vegetable  libers.     No.   1,424,620;  Aug.   1. 

Catalpo,  Limited.     (See  Schidrowitz.  Philip,  assignor.) 

Catching.  Roy  W.,  Roseburg,  Oreg.  Vacuum  brake.  No. 
1 .4H3.290  ;  Jan.  10. 

Gate,  Charles  D..  assignor  of  one-half'to  J.  D.  Fisk.  Syra- 
cuse.   X.   Y.     Reel.     No.  1,425,076  ;   Aug.   8. 


Catella,  Robert,  Woodlawn,  N.  Y.  Bottle  stopper.  No. 
1,429,929;  Sept.  26. 

Cater,  William  H.,  Chicago,  111.  Well  screen.  No. 
1,431,872;  Oct.  10. 

Caterini,  Rocco,  Archbald,  Pa.  Arch  support.  No. 
1,408,267  ;  Feb.  28. 

Cathcart.  Oswald  J.,  Newburgh,  N.  Y.  Vanity  case.  No. 
1,423.079;  July  18. 

Cathcart,  William  A.  P.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  K.  C. 
Hoon,  Honolulu,  Hawaii.  Hairpin.  No.  1,419,017 ; 
June  6. 

Cathrill,  Jack,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Lamp.  No.  1.403,147  ; 
Jan.  10. 

Cathrill,  Jack,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Valve  lock.  No. 
1.422,336:  July  11. 

Catini,  Federico,  Pomeroy.,  Ohio.  Attachment  for  soda- 
fountain  faucets.     No.  1,432,592  ;  Oct.  17. 

Catlett,  Charles,  Staunton,  Va.  Oxysalt  composition.  No. 
1,422,337  ;  July  11. 

Catlin,  Hoyt,  assignor  to  The  Bryant  Electric  Company, 
Bridgeport,  Conn.  Electric  appliance.  No.  1,408,268  ; 
Feb.  28. 

Catlin,  Hoyt,  assignor  to  The  Bryant  Electric  Company, 
Bridgeport,  Conn.  Electric  fitting.  No.  1,411.161  ; 
Mar.  28. 

Catlin,  Hoyt,  assignor  to  The  Bryant  Electric  Company, 
Bridgeport,  Conn.  Attachment  plug.  No.  1,417,452 ; 
May    23. 

Catlin.  Hoyt.  assignor  to  The  Bryant  Electric  Company, 
Bridgeport,  Conn.  Electric  switch.  No.  1,423,306; 
July  18. 

Catlin,  Mildred  II.,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Supplemental 
clothes  hanger.     No.  1,427,260  ;  Aug.  29. 

Catlin,  Thomas  S.,  Waveland,  Ind.  Gun  sight  No. 
1.433,177;  Oct.  24. 

Cato,  Joseph  L..  Elmhurst,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  L-W-F  Engi- 
neering Company,  Inc.,  College  Point,  Long  Island, 
N.  Y.  Fuselage  construction  for  aeroplanes.  No. 
1.42S.143.;   Sept.   5. 

Cato,  Joseph  L.,  Elmhurst,  assignor  to  L-W-F  Engineer- 
ing Company  Inc.,  College  Point,  Long  Island,  N.  Y. 
Armed   aeroplane.     No.    1,434,367 ;   Nov.   7. 

Catron,  John  J.,  assignor  to  Catron  Manufacturing  Com- 
pany, Bonham,  Tex.  Auxiliary  air  valve  for  motors. 
No.   1,436,943 ;   Nov.   28. 

Catron  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Catron,  John  J., 
assignor.) 

Cattaneo,  Giustino,  Milan,  Italy.  Cooling  arrangement 
for  exhaust  valves  of  internal-combustion  engines.  No. 
1,415,793;    May    9. 

Cattaneo.  Giustino,  Milan,  Italy.  Cylinder  of  intcrnal- 
conihuslion   engines.     No:   1,416,170;   May   16. 

Catterall.  Albert  B..  Ottumwa,  Iowa.  Dust  cap.  No. 
1,423,515  ;    July    25. 

Catterlin,  F.  ,L,  et  al.  (See  Platb,  Theodore  C,  as- 
signor. ) 

Cattin,  Walter  J.,  Omaha,  Nebr.  Valve  tool.  No. 
1,430.940;  Oct.  3. 

Cattoi,  Louis  C,  Hurley,  Wis.  Gearless  transmission 
mechanism.      No.    1,421,908  ;    July   4. 

Cattoor.  Joe  M.,  Eaton,  Colo.  Rope  machine.  No. 
1.430,519  :  Sept.  26. 

Catts.  Erwin  C.  (See  Hughes,  B.  I.,  jr.,  Dickey,  and 
Catts.) 

Caudle.  Theron  L.,  Wadesboro,  N.  C.  Garment  supporter. 
No.  1,411,160;  Mar.  28. 

Caugney,  Robert  C.  Dixon,  111.,  assignor,  by  mesne  assign- 
ments, to  J.  I.  Case  Threshing  Machine  Companv,  Ra- 
cine, Wis.     Plow.     No.  1,427,357;  Aug.  29. 

Cauhn.    Charles    R.      (See   Stuart,    Edwin    T.,    assignor.) 

Caulk,  L.  D.,  Company.  (See  Zurbrigg,  Daniel  A.,  as- 
signor.) 

Caulkins,  Theodore  r.,  assignor  to  E.  T.  Wrav.  Chicago, 
111.     Drilling  machine.     No.  1,422.031  ;  July  4. 

Causebrook,  Henry  F.,  Greenfield,  Mass.  Electrical  con- 
denser.    No.   1.415.220;   May   9. 

Causon,  William  B.,  Oakland,  Calif.  Rear-light  signal  for 
autos.     No.  1,402,479  ;  Jan.  3. 

Cauthorn.  Courtney  M.  (See  Cauthorn,  Richard  C,  as- 
signor.) 

Cauthorn.  Richard  C.  Nowata,  Okla.,  assignor  of  one-half 
to  C.  M.  Cauthorn,  Denver,  Colo.  Attachment  for  check 
pads.     No.  1,402,398;  Jan.  3. 

Cavanagh,  James,  Boston.  Mass.,  assignor  to  United  Shoe 
Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Sole-protect- 
ing device.     No.  1.438,979:  Dec.   19. 

Cavanaugh.  William  M.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Making  leather 
yarn  and  article.     No.  1,415,313;  May  9. 

Cave.  Herbert  E.,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Holder  for  light- 
diffusing  bowls.     No.   1,430,941  ;  Oct.  3. 

Caveney,  George,  Oakland,  Calif.  Adjustable  well-drilling 
bit.     No.  1,407,927  ;  Feb.  28. 

Caverly,  Ralph,  Chicago,  111.  Drill  bit.  No.  1,427,064 ; 
Aug.   22. 

Cavigelli.  Emanuel.  Ste.  Margarethen,  near  Miincbwilen, 
Switzerland,  assignor  to  the  Firm  Schweiz.  Gesellscbaft 
fur  Tiillindustrie  A-G.,  Miinchwilen,  Switzerland.  Ma- 
chine for  making  tulle.     No.  1,404.373  ;  Jan.  24. 

Cavigelli,  Emanuel.  St.  Margarethen,  near  Miinchwilen, 
assignor  to  Firm  of  Schweiz  Gesellschaft  fiir  Tiillin- 
dustrie A.-G.,  Miinchwilen,  Switzerland.  Plain  -  net 
loom.     No.   1.428.756;   Sept.  12. 

Caviness,  Edwin  A..  Battle  Creek.  Mich.  Horn  or  ampli- 
fier for  phonographs.     No.   1.412,772  ;   Apr.  11. 


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Cavitt,  John   C,   Weirton,   W.   Va.     Electric  heating  ap- 
paratus.    No.   1,424,340  ;   Aug.   1. 
Cawley,  Aloysius  J.,  l'ittston,  Pa.     Sound-recording  proc- 
ess.     No.   1,420,304  ;   June   20. 

Cawlev,  Frank  1J.,  1'ittsburgh,  l'a.     Game  apparatus.     No. 

1,405,967;   Feb.  7. 
Cawley,    Michael   J.,    New    York,    N.    Y.      Burglar   alarm. 
No.  1,439,795  ;  Dec.  26. 

Cawood,  Richard  L.,  Fast  Liverpool,  Ohio.  Plastic  ma- 
terial and  producing  the  same.     No.  1,414,254  ;  Apr.  25. 

Cawse,  Alfred  J.,  Prince  Bay,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  The 
S.  S.  White  Dental  Manufacturing  Company.  Flexible 
shaft.     No.   1,437,493  ;  Dec.  5. 

Cayce,    Robert    D.,    Nashville,    Tenn.      Moistening    device. 

No.    1,430,492 ;    Sept.    26. 
Caye,   Fred  L..   Detroit,   Minn.     Loading  apparatus.     No. 
1,428,472  ;   Sept.  5. 

Cayer,  Joseph  L.,  and  F.  Gersdorff,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor 
to  Interior  Window  Display  Co.  Lambrequin.  No. 
1,405,280 ;  Jan.  31. 

Caylor,  George  K.,  Delaware,  Ohio.  Pneumatic  tire.  No. 
1,404,685  ;  Jan.  24. 

Caywood,  Albert  D.,  Oak  Park,  111.  Print-trimming  ma- 
chine.     No.   1,433,799;    Oct.   31. 

Cazier,  Murray  H.,  and  E.  P.  Youkey,  Chicago,  111.,  as- 
signors, by  mesne  assignments,  to  A.  Aderer,  New  York, 
N.  Y.     Clothes-hanger  rack.     No.  1.439,145  ;  Dec.  19. 

Cazier,  Perry  II.,  and  W.  H.  Hecker,  Nashville,  Mich. 
Compressed-air  filtering  apparatus.  No.  1.429,713 ; 
Sept.   19. 

Ceccarini,  Olindo  O.,  et  al.  (See  Monbaruzzo,  Luigi, 
assignor.) 

Celane,  Jacob  L.,  and  D.  Steinberg,  New  York,  X.  Y. 
Advertising  device.     No.   1,434,873  ;   Nov.  7. 

Cellino,  Attilio,  Buenos  Aires,  Argentina,  assignor  to  Cen- 
tral Battery  Corporation.  Battery  element  and  forming 
the  same.    No.  1,433,602  ;  Oct.  31. 

Celluloid  Company,  The.  (See  Lindsay,  William  G.,  as- 
signor.) 

Center-Fed  Spring  Insert  Co.  (See  Dale,  Sylvester  F., 
assignor.) 

Central  Automatic  Sprinkler  Company.  (See  Lewis,  Leroy 
M.,    assignor.) 

Central  Battery  Corporation.  (See  Cellino,  Attilio,  as- 
signor. ) 

Central  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Schuette,  August 
E.,  assignor.) 

Central  Metal  Products  Company,  The.  (See  Nyrnan, 
John  O.,  assignor.) 

Central  Oil  &  Gas  Stove  Co.  (See  White,  Fred  E., 
assignor.) 

Central  Railway  Signal  Company.  (See  Dutcher,  Frank, 
assignor.) 

Central  Railway  Signal  Company.  (See  Ross,  Louis  S., 
assignor. ) 

Central  States  Bridge  Company.  (See  Riley,  Austin  A., 
assignor.) 

Central  Talking  Machine  Shop,  Inc.  (See  Hadley,  Wal- 
ter C,  assignor.) 

Central  Union  Trust  Company  of  New  York.  (See  Rad- 
ford, George   S.,    assignor.) 

Central  Wheel  Company.     (See  Rupe,  Judson  R.,  assignor.) 

Centrifugal  Concrete  Blocks  and  Poles  Limited.  (See 
Cannon,  Percival  C.  assignor.) 

Centrifugal  Gun  Corporation.  (See  Lombard,  Levi  W., 
assignor.) 

Cerf,  Lester,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Heel  fastener.  No. 
1,423,787  ;   July   25. 

Ceriat,  Eugene,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.  Tile  construction. 
No.  1,420,020;  June  20. 

Certain-Teed  Products  Corporation.  (See  Outman,  Orr 
K.,    assignor.) 

Cervenka,  William  F.,  Traverse  City,  Mich.  Bank-protec 
tion   system.     No.   1,420.520  ;   June  20. 

Cervenka,  William  F.,  Traverse  City,  Mich.  Bank  pro- 
tective apparatus.     No.  1,427,065  ;  Aug.  22. 

Cerveny,  Emil  F.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  S.  Yavitz,  Chi- 
cago, 111.  Angle-indicating  level  and  plumb.  No. 
1,440,275  ;  Dec.  26. 

Cerveny,  Emil  F.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  S.  Yavitz,  Chi- 
cago, 111.  Record-lifting  device  for  sound-reproducing 
machines.     No.  1,440.276  ;  Dec.  26. 

Cesak,  Martin,  Berwyn,  111.  Oiling  system  for  vehicle 
springs.     No.  1,436,012  ;  Nov.  21. 

Cesar,  Vital,  Brussels,  Belgium.  Controlling  device  for 
signals  having  several  positions.    No.  1,418,127  ;  May  30. 

Ceserani,  John,  assignor  of  one-third  to  G.  Wrightson'and 
one-third  to  F.  W.  Carpino,  Butte,  Mont.  Surveyor's 
instrument  and  range  finder.     No.  1,406,150  :  Feb.  7. 

Cessna,  Ira  B.,  lloisington,  Kans.  Trailer  hitch  fo>-  auto- 
mobiles.    No.  1,427,579  ;  Aug.  29. 

Chabot,  Joseph  O.,  assignor  to  George  L.  Paine  Co.,  North 
Attleboro,  Mass.     Belt  buckle.     No.  1,440.339  :  Dec.  26. 

Chabot,  .Tosephat.      (See  Gauthier,   E.,   and  Chabot.) 

Chace,  Warren  O.,  Everett,  Mass.  Stirrer.  No.  1,416,332  • 
May   16. 

Chadd,  Frank  E.      (See  Redifer,  R.,  and   Chadd.) 

Chadderton,  Irvine.  Ashton-under-Lyne,  and  R.  C.  Booth 
Failsworth,  England.  Box  spanner  and  the  like.  No! 
1,419,222  ;  June  13. 

Chadeloid  Chemical  Company.  (See  Ellis,  Carleton,  as- 
signor.) 

Chadwick.  Cecil  C.  Newton.  Mass.  Bubbler  fountain. 
No.    1,435,515;   Nov.   14. 


Chadwick,  George  C,  Melbourne.  Victoria,  Australia.  Un- 
loading apparatus.     No.  1.422.926  ;  July  18. 

Chadwick,    Herbert   D.      (See   Frost,   John   A.,    assignor.) 

Chadwick.  Lee  S..  Cleveland.  Ohio.  Apparatus  for  vapor- 
izing liquid   fuel.     No.   1,439.146;   Dec.  19. 

Chadwick,  Lee  S.,  East  Cleveland,  assignor  to  The  Cleve- 
land Metal  Products  Companv,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Wick. 
No.  1,403,010  ;  Jan.  10. 

Chadwick,  Lee  S.,  assignor  to  The  Cleveland  Metal  Prod- 
ucts Company.  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Oil  burner.  No. 
1,405,488  ;   Feb.    7. 

Chadwick,  William  A.,  Toronto,  Ontario,  Canada.  Ice- 
cream-cone protector.      No.  1,436,754  ;   Nov.  28. 

Chafetz,  Benjamin,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Finger  ring  and 
cigarette  holder.     No.   1,434,590 ;  Nov.   7. 

Chaffee,  Harold  D.,  South  Manchester,  Conn.  Shoe-lace 
tip.     No.  1,402,341  ;  Jan.  3. 

Chaffee,  Milo  O.,  Sanford,  Kans.  Tractor  hitch.  No. 
1,427,066;    Aug.    22. 

CUallin,  Clarence  M.,  Springfield,  Mo.     Lawn  cleaner.     No. 

1.417.032  ;    May    23. 

Cliagnon,  Moise  C,  Derby,  Conn.  Dustpan.  No.  1,410,369; 
Mar.  21. 

Chaillaux,  Paul,  Paris,  France.  Manufacture  of  gold- 
colored    sulphurs    and    vermilions    of    antimony.      No. 

1.417.033  ;    May    23. 

Chain   Belt    Company.      i  See    Bethke,    Leo,    assignor.) 
Chain  Belt  Company.     (See  Brown,  James  W.,  assignor.) 
Chain    Belt    Company.       (See    Fraser,    D.,    Shafer,     and 

Levalley.  assignors.) 
Chain  Belt  Company,      i  See  Roddy,   Gustav  R.,  assignor.) 
Chain  Belt  Company.     (See  Shafer.  Samuel,  Jr.,  assignor.) 
Chain    Belt    Company.       (See    Welser,     George     B.,     jr., 

assignor.) 
Chakiris,  George.      (See  Veaux,  A.,  and  Chakiris.) 
Chalas,  Adolphe,   Paris,  France.     Preparing  meat  extract 

in  a  dry  state.     No.  1,414,177  ;  Apr.  25. 
Chalfant,  Cotter  S.,  Chicago,  111.     Spark  arrester  for  loco- 
motives.    No.  1,408.075;  Feb.  28. 
Challoner    Company.       (See    Ackerberg,    Carl,    assignor.) 
Chaiman.    John    K..    assignor    to    Union    Special   Machine 

Company,    »  bicago.    111.     Folder  for   sewing   machines. 

No.   1.422.176  :   July  11. 
Chaiman,    John    E.,    assignor    to    Union    Special    Machine 

Company,    Chicago,    111.      Folder   for   sewing   machines. 

No.   1,433,447;   Oct.  24. 
Chaiman,    John   E.,   assignor    to    Union    Special    Machine 

Company,  Chicago,  111.     Needle  guard.     No.  1,433,S72  ; 

Oct.  31. 
Chaiman,    John    E.,    assignor   to    Union    Special   Machine 

Company,  Chicago,   111.     Stitching  mechanism   for  sew- 
ing machines.     No.  1,436,944  ;  Nov.  28. 
Chaiman,    John    E.,    assignor   to   Union    Special    Machine 

Company.    Chicago,    111.      Guide    for    sewing    machines. 

No.   1,439,944';  Dec.  26. 
Chaloupka,    Joseph.    Omaha,    Nebr.      Hose    clamp.      No. 

1,413,003;    Apr.    18. 
Chamales-Lehmann    Company.      (See    Lehmann,    Karl    L., 

assignor.) 
Chamberlain,  Arthur  R.,  et  al.     (See  Charlton,  Robert  W., 

assignor.) 
Chamberlain,  Kit  C,  Houston,  Tex.     Staple-setting  device. 

No.   1,406,974  ;  Feb.   21. 
Chamberlain,    Minor   E.,    St.   Louis,    Mo.      Rail    tie.      No. 

1,431,631;   Oct.  10. 
Chamberlain,   Richard   H.,  et  al.      (See  Hull,   Chester  A., 

assignor.) 
'jamberlain,  Rufus  N..  assignor  of  one-half  to  G.  R.  Ber- 

ger.  Chicago,  111.    Locomotive.    No.  1,417,498  ;  May  30. 
Chamberlain,  Wilbur  L.,  Merideu.  Conn.     Sound-reproduc- 
ing device.     No.  1,407,928;  Feb.  2.8. 
Chamberlin,    Clarence    P.,    assignor    to    Joseph   N.    Smith 

&  Company,  Detroit,  Mich.     Sash-operating  mechanism. 

No.  1.434.874  :  Nov.  7. 
Chamberlin,  Walter  L.,  Laurel,  Mont.     Measuring  instru- 
ment.    No.   1.436,648 ;   Nov.  28. 
Chambers    Brothers    Company.      (See    King.    Howard    K.. 

assignor.  > 

Chambers.  Charles  E.,  El  Dorado.  Kans.  Skimmer.  No. 
1.405, 66S  ;  Feb.  7. 

Chambers,  Charles  E.,  Wichita,  Kans.  Milk  skimmer. 
No.   1,421.909  :  July  4. 

Chambers,  George  C.      (See  Clark.  Edward  B.,  assignor.) 

Chambers.  Howard  E.,  and  J.  L.  Downing,  Seattle,  Wash. 
Camp  stove.     No.   1,403,842  ;  Jan.   17. 

Chambers,  John  A..  Newburg.  Mo.  Mail-delivery  appara- 
tus.    No.  1,405,097;  Jan.  31. 

Chambers,  John  M.,  Baltimore,  assignor  to  O.  P.  Le 
Compte.  Towson.  Md.  Grip  handle.  No.  1,426,357  ; 
Aug.    22. 

Chambers,  Jordan  W.     (See  Carroll,  Andrew  L.,  assignor.) 
Chambers,  Lee.  Bastrop.  Tex.     Shoe-shining  machine.    No. 

1.410. ins  :   .Tune  6. 
Chambers.   Mack  and  Y.   W.,   East   St.  Louis,   111.      Bandit 

trap.      X,,.    1.428.003  :    Sept.   5. 
Chambers,    Peter,      i  See   Fisher,    W.    H.,   and   Chambers.) 
Chambers.  William  ('..  Cicero.  111.     Valve-operating  mech- 
anism.     No.    1.413,097;    Apr.    18. 
Chambers,  Yancy  W.      (See  Chambei's.  Mack  and  Y.  W.) 
Chambless,    .Tames,   assignor   of  one-half   to   H.    W.   Cran 
ford.     Jaspar.     Ala.      Motion-picture     apparatus.      No. 
1.428.531  :   Sept.   12. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 

Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Cliainbon,  Henri,  Paris,  France.  Combined  letter  and 
cover  and   the  like.     No.   1,409,828  ;   Mar.   14. 

Chainbon,  Henri,  Paris,  France.  Envelope  for  sending 
post  cards  and  the  like.     No.   1,409,829  ;  Mar.  14. 

Chamney,  Ronald  M.  (See  Robinson,  C.  R.,  and  Chain- 
ney.) 

Champagne,  Henry  J.,  Pittsfield,  Mass.  Removable  heel. 
No.  1,427  261  ;  Aug.  29. 

Champeau,  Lawrence  X.,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.  Adjustable 
illumination  device  for  skylights.  No.  1,419,918 ; 
June  20. 

Champion  Ice  Machine  Company,  The.  (See  Gase,  George 
A.,  assignor.) 

Champion  Ignition  Company.  (See  McDougal,  T.  G., 
and  McDowell,  assignors.) 

Champion  Ignition  Company.  (See  McDougal,  Taine  G., 
assignor.) 

Champion  Register  Company,  The.  (See  Moss,  Victor  G., 
assignor.) 

Champion  Shoe  Machinery  Company.  (See  Dobyne,  Stephen 
A.,   assignor.) 

Champlin,  Charles  W.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  S.  Higby, 
Cedar  Falls,  Iowa.     Car  seal.     No.  1,420,968  ;  June  27. 

Champlin,  Herbert  H.  (See  Davis,  M.  L.,  and  Cook,  as- 
signors. ) 

Chance,  George  W.,  Swarthmore,  Pa.  Harbor-improve- 
ment apparatus.     No.  1,432,530  ;  Oct.   17. 

Chancellor,  Chester  A.,  L.  G.  McMannama,  and  C.  E. 
Houiihton,  Mindenmines,  Mo.  Engine  trip  for  steam 
shovels.     No.   1,430,942 ;   Oct.  3. 

Chandeson,  Alfred  H.,  deceased,  Jette  St.  Pierre ;  sole 
heirs  of  said  Alfred  H.  Chandeson  assignors  to  Com- 
pagnie  Internationale  de  Freinage  (Systeme  Luyers) 
Societe  Anonyme,  Brussels,  Belgium.  Braking  mecha- 
nism.    No.  1,434,678  ;  Nov.  7. 

Chandler,  Albert  L.,  Akron,  Ohio,  assignor  to  The  B.  F. 
Goodrich  Companv,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Tube-wrapping 
lathe.     No.  1,432,531 ;  Oct.  17. 

Chandler,  Charles  D..  and  F.  B.  Roland,  Portland,  Oreg. 
Headlight.     No.  1,403,291 ;  Jan.  10. 

Chandler,  Elmo  M.,  Toronto,  Ontario,  Canada.  Strut  for 
automatic   sprinklers.      No.    1,434,679  ;    Nov.    7. 

Chandler,  Franklin  F.,  and  H.  G.  Myers,  assignors  to 
Adaptable  Tractor  Co.,  Indianapolis,  Ind.  Tractor. 
No.    5,439,066:    Dec.    19. 

Chandler,  James  Henry,  London,  England.  Spring  suspen- 
sion for  vehicles.    No.  1,431,632  ;  Oct.  10. 

Chandler,  Jermain,  Toledo,  Ohio.  Dispensing  apparatus. 
No.    1,420,080  ;    June    20. 

Chandler,  Logan  B.,  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Boot  and 
valve.     No.   1,437,130  ;  Nov.  28. 

Chandler  &  Price  Company,  The.  (See  Sixt,  Frederick 
C,  assignor.) 

Chandler  and  Price  Company,  The.  (See  Tyler,  Ralph 
S..   assignor.) 

Chandler,  Robert  W.,  Stamford,  Conn.  Distant  control 
for  industrial  cranes.     No.  1,439,945  ;  Dec.  26. 

Chanier,  Gaston  L.,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Pathe 
Exchange  Inc.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Film-testing  machine. 
No.  1.422,665  ;  July  11. 

Chanier,  Gaston  L.,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  Pathe 
Exchange,  Inc.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  Film-printing  ma- 
chine.    No.   1,425,450  ;  Aug.   8. 

Channell,  Charles  A.,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  Channell 
Chemical  Company.     Floor  mop.   No.  1,406,610  ;  Feb.  14. 

Channell  Chemical  Company.  (See  Channell,  Charles  A., 
assignor.) 

Channon,  Thomas  H.,  Fitzroy,  Melbourne,  Victoria,  Aus- 
tralia. Manufacture  of  resilient  tires  and  apparatus 
therefor.     No.   1,424,802  ;    Aug.    8. 

Chanowsky,   Adolph.      (See   Kerr,  Michael,  A.,   assignor.) 

Chantemerle,  Joseph  L.  (See  Garcelon,  G.  H.,  and 
Chantemerlo.) 

Chantemerle,  Joseph  L.,  Turtle  Creek,  Pa.,  assignor  to 
Westinghouse  Electric  and  Manufacturing  Company. 
Brush  holder.     No.  1,435.209  ;   Nov.   14. 

Chantiers  et  Ateliers  Augustin-Normand.  (See  Augustin- 
Normand,  Augustin,  assignor.) 

Chantiers  &  Ateliers  Augustin  Normand.  (See  Lecoq, 
Henri,  assignor.) 

Chantler,  Henry  C.      (See  Hedrick,  H.  L.,  and  Chantler.) 

Chantraine,  Alphonse  B.,  Marcinelle,  Belgium.  Heating 
apparatus.     No.  1,402,568;  Jan.  3. 

Chapdelaine,  Norhert,  assignor  to  Allan  A.  Magee,  Mon- 
treal, Quebec,  Canada.  Rocking  carriage.  No.  1,404,834  ; 
Jan.  31. 

Chapdelaine,  Norhert,  assignor,  by  mesne  assignments,  to 
International  Toy  Company,  Limited,  Montreal.  Que- 
bec, Canada.  Chdd's  vehicle.  (Reissue.)  No.  15,404; 
July  11. 

Cliapin,  Marvin  E.,  assignor  to  Chicago  Carton  Company, 
Chicago,  111.  Shipping  and  dispensing  box.  No. 
1,416,448;   May   16. 

Chapin  &  Hollister  Co.  (See  Lewis,  Frederick  W.,  as- 
signor.) 

Chapman,  Charles  E.,  Chicago,  111.  Jewelry  tray.  No. 
1,425,317;    Aug.    8. 

Chapman,  Charles  E..  Chicago,  111.  Moving  display 
apparatus    for   jewelry.      No.    1.425,508 ;    Aug.   15. 

Chapman,  Charles  E.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  J.  Good- 
fellow,  Fort  Edward,  N.  Y.  Apparatus  for  burning 
hydrocarbon  oils.    No.  1,419,223  ;  June  13. 


Chapman,  Charles  E.,  assignor  of  one-half  to  J.  Goodfel- 

low,  Fort  Edward,  N.  Y.     Superheater.     No.  1,436,379  : 

Nov.  21. 
Chapman,  Earle  E.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  assignor  to  Miller- 
Chapman  Company.     Side  chain  shackle  for  automobile 

wheels.      No.    1,418,534  ;   June   6. 
Chapman,  Edward  B.,   Whitley  Bay,  England.     Magnetic 

strainer  apparatus   for  separating  solids   from   liquids. 

No.   1,425,366;  Aug.  8. 
Chapman,  Edward  H.,  assignor  to  Bethlehem  Shipbuilding 

Corporation,  Ltd.,  South   Bethlehem,  Pa.     Radial  rivet- 
ing hammer.     No.  1,404,512  ;  Jan.  24. 
Chapman  Engineering  Company.      (See  Chapman,  William 

B.,    assignor.) 
Chapman,  Ernest  L.,  Hyde  Park,  assignor  to  W.  Fillmore 

Company,  Cambridge,  Mass.     Show  case.    No.  1.431,371  t 

Oct.  10. 
Chapman,    Frank,    Brooklyn,    N.    Y.      Amusement    device. 

No.  1,422,032  ;  July  4. 
Chapman,    Frank    C,    Modesto,    Calif.      Dehydrator.      No 

1.404,369  ;  Jan.  24. 
Chapman,    Frank    C,    Modesto,    Calif.    Combustion    and 

mixing     chamber     for     dehvdrators.       No.     1,422,410 ; 

July  11. 
Chapman,    Frank    M.,    assignor    to    E.    W.    Labombarde, 

Nashua,    N.    H.      Machine    for    screening    paper.      No. 

1,437,720;  Dec.   5. 
Chapman,     Fred     H.,     Pepperell,     Mass.       Spindle.       No. 

1,406,975;  Feb.   21. 
Chapman,  Harry,   Sheffield,   England.     Means  for  observ- 
ing   combustion    in    internal-combustion    engines.      No. 

1,433,530;  Oct.   31. 
Chapman,  James,  and  W.  F.  R.   Reynolds,  Johannesburg, 

Transvaal    Province,    South   Africa.      Sluice   for    dams. 

No.  1,404,092  ;  Jan.  17. 
Chapman,  John  A.,  et  al.,  trustees.     (See  Kellogg,  Chester 

A.,  assignor.) 
Chapman,  John  A.,  et  al.,  trustees.      (See  Sommer,  John, 

assignor.) 
Chapman.     John    A.,     et    al.,     trustees.       (See     Sommer, 

William  H.,  assignor.) 
Chapman,  Leroy  B.     (See  Crites,  Virgil  C,  assignor.) 
Chapman,    Matthew  T.,    assignor   to   The   American    Well 

Works,    Aurora,    111.      Means    for    boring    wells.       No. 

1,420,365  ;    June   20. 
Chapman,  Solomon  D.,  Canton,  Ohio.    Heating  apparatus. 

No.  1,405,281 ;  Jan.  31. 
Chapman,   William  B.,  assignor  to   Chapman  Engineering 
•    Company,    Mount    Vernon,    Ohio.      Gas    producer.      No. 

1,412,921  ;   Apr.    18. 
Chapman,  William  H.,  Portland,  Me.     Magneto  generator. 

No.    1,416,789;    May    23.. 
Chapman,    William     H.,    assignor     to     Norton    Companv, 

Worcester,  Mass.     Terrazzo  safety  tread.   No.  1,419,019' ; 

June    6. 
Chapman,    William    M.,    Hartford    City,    Ind.      Mail   box. 

No.    1,438,518;    Dec.    12. 
Chapman,  Winthrop  M.,  Needham,  Mass.     Signal-control- 
ling apparatus.     No.  1,428,532 ;   Sept.  12. 
Chapp,   Frank.      (See   Zoldowski,   John   H.,   assignor.) 
Chappell,  David  J.,  Llanelly,  Wales.     Air  tube  for  pneu- 
matic tires.     No.   1,430,795  ;   Oct.   3. 
Chappell,    Marvin    L.,    and    M.    M.    Moore,    El    Segundo, 

assignors  to  Standard  Oil  Company  of  California,   San 

Francisco,    Calif.      Clarifying  and   improving  the   color 

of  petroleum  oils.     No.  1,404,374  ;  Jan.  24. 
Chappell,    Mar»vin    L.,    and    M.    M.    Moore,    El    Segundo, 

assignors  to   Standard  Oil  Company  of  California,   San 

Francisco,    Calif.      Clarifying  and  improving  the   color 

of  petroleum  oils.     No.  1,404,375 ;  Jan.  24. 
Chapuy,  Antoine,  and  L.  F.  Meunir,  St.  Etienne,  France. 

Variable-speed-transmission     device.        No.     1,426,358 ; 

Aug.  22. 
Charbonneaux,  Edward  A.,  San  Francisco,  Calif.     Gaseous 

fuel.      No.    1,420,622 ;    June   27. 
Charbonneau,  Leonard,  Ogdensburg,  N.  Y.     Drainage  sys- 
tem for  vehicles.     No.  1,415,794  ;  May  9. 
Chardard,   Jean   B.   D.   L.,   Paris,   France.     Radiator   con- 
struction.     No.    1,416,944 ;    May   23. 
Chardard,   Jean   B.   D.   L.,   Paris,   France.     Motor  vehicle 

radiator.     No.   1,416,945  ;  May   23. 
Charles,  B.  R.     (See  Charles,  Phyllis  E.,  assignor.) 
Charles,  George  M.,   Washington,  D.   C.     Fountain   comb. 

No.  1,413,320;  Apr.  IS. 
Charles,  John   D.   and  J.  P.,  Park  Rapids,  Minn.     Wheel 

with      demountable  -  rim     fastener.        No.      1,412,337; 

Apr.  11. 
Charles,  John  P.     (See  Charles,  John  D.  and  J.  P.) 
Charles,  Louis  A.,  Paris,  France.     Process  apd  apparatus 

for  fuel  injection   in  internal-combustion  engines.     No. 

1,418,232  ;  May  30. 
Charles,   Manuel,   Mexico,   Mexico.      Tire.     No.   1,406,151 ; 

Feb.  7. 
Charles,   Merlin    Y.,    Wichita,    Kans.      Reenforced    hollow 

concrete  wall.     No.   1,420,521 ;  June  20. 
Charles,  Phyllis  E.,  Victoryville,  assignor  to  B.  R.  Charles, 

Los    Angeles,     Calif.       Electric     heating     fabric.       No 

1.419.613;  June  13. 
Charles    Skidd    Manufacturing    Company.       (See    Hippen- 

meyer,  I.  R.,  and  Skidd,  assignors.) 
Charleston    Electrical    Supply    Company.       (See    Lewis, 

Henry  C,  assignor.) 
Charlet,  Barney.      (See  Degen.  Charles  F.,  assignor.') 


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Alphabetical  Ust  of  patentees — Continued. 


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Cuarlet,  Hans,  Krefeld,  Germany.  Inherently-regulated 
direct-current  dynamo.     No.  1,416,265  ;  May  16. 

Charley,  John  J.,  Murrunibeena,  Victoria,  Australia.  Re- 
silient vehicle  wheel  and  tire.     No.  1,402,717  ;  Jan.  3. 

Charlton,  Harry  W.  (See  Meadows,  T.  C,  Hauber,  and 
Charlton.)  „  _ 

Charlton,  Robert  W.,  assignor  of  one-third  to  A.  F.  Kluinpp 
and  one-third  to  A.  R.  Chamberlain,  Pineville,  La. 
Kitchen    utensil.      No.    1,417,453;   May   23. 

Charlton,  Thomas,  Chicago,  111.  Apparatus  for  making 
food  products.     No.  1,466,170;  Feb.  14. 

Charm,  iiyman,  Dorchester,  Mass.  Container  for  electric 
wires.     No.   1,421,168  ;   June  27. 

Charon,  Thomas  J.,  Park  River,  N.  Dak.  Tower  attach- 
ment for  automobiles.     No.  1,424,281  ;  Aug.  1. 

Charriot,  Joseph,  Paris,  France.  Wheelbarrow.  No. 
1,427,262  ;  Aug.  29. 

Charsky,  Benjamin,  New  York,  assignor  to  Mochar.Leather 
Good's  Corporation,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Brief  case.  No. 
1,424,152  ;  Aug.  1. 

Charter,  .lames  A.,  Chicago,  111.  Metal  disk  wheel.  No. 
1.423,508;    July    25. 

Chase,  Albert  W.,  Catskill,  N.  Y.  Internal-combustion 
engine.     No.  1,411,710  ;  Apr.  4. 

Chase,  Albert  W.,  and  W.  B.  Van  Arsdel,  assignors  to 
Brown  Company,  Berlin,  N.  H.  Preparing  catalytic 
material.     No.  1,432,668  ;  Oct.  17. 

Chase,  Benjamin  F.      (See  Chase,  William  M.,  assignor.) 

Chase,  Carl  C-,  assignor  to  Motor  Recording  Corporation, 
New  York,  N.  Y.  Abstract  of  title  for  motor  vehicles. 
No.    1,410,020;    June    0. 

Chase,  Clarence  E..  Harlan,  Ky.  Arch  supporter.  No. 
1,400.957;  Feb.  14. 

Chase  Companies,  The.      (See  Crane,  Arthur  T.,  assignor.) 

Chase  Companies,  The.  (See  Recker,  Adolph  C,  as- 
signor.) _ 

Chase  Companies,  The.  (See  Wellington,  Arthur  W., 
assignor.) 

Chase,  Earl  G.,  Smethport,  Pa.  Glass-handling  apparatus. 
No.  1,414,547;  May  2. 

Chase,  Ernest  N.,  Auburn,  Me.  Clamping  device  for  at- 
taching heels  to  shoes.     No.  1,405,098  ;  Jan.  31. 

Chase,  Ceorge  Q.,  San  Francisco.  Calif.  Mechanical 
musical  instrument.     No.  1,412,386  ;  Apr.  11. 

Chase,  Ceorge  T.,  Utica,  N.  Y.  Hairpin.  No.  1,425,367  ; 
Aug.  8. 

Chase,  Henry  E.     (See  McKenna,  J.,  and  Chase.) 

Chase,  Henry  H.,  Jamestown,  N.  Y.  Socket-wrench  con- 
tainer.    No.   1,438,900 ;   Dec.   12. 

Chase.  March  F.,  Ardsley-on-Hudson,  and  F.  E.  Pierce, 
assignors  to  The  Cos  Process  Company,  Inc.,  New  York, 
N.  Y.  Manufacture  of  sulphuric  anhydride  and  sul- 
phuric acid.     No.  1.405,669  ;  Feb.  7. 

Chase,  Maurice  E.,  Cambridge,  Mass.  Concrete  insert. 
No.    1,409,524 ;   Mar.   14. 

Chase,  Philip  H.,  Cynwyd,  Pa.,  assignor  to  S.  B.  Condit, 
Brookline,  Mass.  Electric  switch.  No.  1,408,690 ; 
Mar.   7. 

Chase.  Samuel  H.,  Madison,  Wis.  Scarecrow.  No. 
1,428.216  ;    Sept.   5. 

Chase-Shawmut  Company,  The.  (See  Conant,  Franklin 
N.,  assignor.)  „     .        .   ■ 

Chase,  Sidney  M.,  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Device  for  hang- 
ing pictures.     No.   1,433,178  ;   Oct.   24. 

Chase,  Wilfred  O.,  Redford,  Mich.,  assignor  to  Stewart- 
Warner  Speedometer  Corporation,  Chicago,  111.  Vac- 
uum fuel-feeding  system.     No.  1,439.691  ;  Dec.  26. 

Chase,  William  M.,  Atlantic  City,  N.  J.,  assignor  to  B.  F. 
Chase,  Roanoke,  Va.  Roofing  fabric.  No.  1,434,200; 
Oct.   31. 

Chase.  Willis  A.,  North  Concord,  Vt.  Oil  can.  No. 
1,430.943;    Oct.   3. 

Chasse,  Raphael,  deceased,  Middletown,  N.  Y.  ;  R.  J. 
Chasse,     administrator.      Rat     trap.      No.     1,429,189 ; 

Chasse!  Russell  J.,  administrator.     (See  Chasse,  Raphael.) 
Chaszar.  Emery  J.,  Detroit,  Mich.    Furnace.    No.  1,435,955  ; 

Nov.  21. 
Chateauneuf,     Frank,     Swampscott.     Mass.,     assignor     to 

United    Shoe    Machinery    Corporation.    Paterson,    N.   J. 

Stitch-removing  machine.     No.  1,412,041;  Apr.  11. 
Chatfield,  Augustus  S„  New  York,  N.  Y.     Golf  ball.     No. 

1.426.712  ;    Aug.    22. 
Chatfield,   Charles  B.,  Orange,  N.  J.     Making  substituted 

amines.      No.    1,429,714  ;    Sept.    19. 
Chattin,  Robert  C,  Mountain  Home,  Idaho.     Power-driven 

mowing  machine.     No.  1,439,727  ;  Dec.  26. 
Chaudet,   Felix  R.,   St.  Louis,  Mo.     Attachment  for  shoe 

heels.     No.  1,431,933  ;  Oct.  17. 
Chaufouraux,    Armand    H.,    St.    Louis,    Mo.      Air-cooling 

apparatus.     No.  1.434,368  ;  Nov.  7. 
Chausse,  Wilfrid  G.,  Detroit,  Mich.     Safety  device  for  gas 

generating    and    heating    apparatus.       No.     1,423,080 ; 

July  18. 
Cheatham  Electric  Switching  Device  Co.     (See  Robinson, 

Robert  M.,  assignor.) 
Cheesman,  Frederic  E.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.     Air-check  device. 

No.  1,428,145;  Sept.  5. 
Chelena,     Vincent,     Atlanta,     Ga.       Check     guard.       No. 

1,406,611  ;  Feb.  14. 
Chelsea  Radio  Co.      (See  Goodwin.  Aubrey  R.,  assignor.) 
Chelsea    Ship   Repair   Co.      (See   Fackert,"  Harry    M.,   as- 
signor.) 


Chemical  Construction  Company.  (See  Hechenbleikner, 
I.,  and  Oliver,  assignors.) 

Chemical  Engineering  and  Wilton's  Patent  Furnace  Com- 
pany, Limited,  The.      (See  Mann,  Harold  C,  assignor.) 

Chemical  Equipment  Company.  (See  La  Bour,  Harry  E., 
assignor.) 

Chemical  Foundation,  Inc.,  The.  (See  Blass,  Ferdinand 
M.   E.,   assignor.) 

Chemical  Foundation,  Inc.,  The.  (See  Bronnert,  Emile, 
assignor.) 

Chemical  Foundation,  Inc.,  The.  (See  Classen,  Alexander, 
assignor.) 

Chemical  Foundation,  Inc.,  The.  (See  Elsaesser,  Emil, 
assignor.) 

Chemical  Foundation,  Inc.,  The.  (See  Glasser,  Otto,  as- 
signor.) 

Chemical  Foundation,  Inc.,  The.  (See  Goldschmidt,  H., 
and  Miiller,  assignors.) 

Chemical  Foundation,  Inc.,  The.  (See  Ising,  G.,  and  Bo- 
rofski,  assignors.) 

Chemical  1'oundatiou,  Inc.,  The.  [(See  Korselt,  Jo- 
hannes, assignor. ) 

Chemical  Foundation,  Inc.;  The.  (See  Kunert,  If.,  and 
Acker,   assignors.) 

Chemical  Foundation,  Inc.,  The.  (See  Kuttner,  Ernst  W., 
assignor.) 

Chemical  Foundation,  Incorporated,  The.  (See  Linz, 
Arthur,    assignor.) 

Chemical  Foundation,  Inc.,  The.  (See  Lobeck,  Oskar, 
assignor.) 

Chemical  Foundation,  Inc.,  The.  (See  Low-Beer,  Oscar, 
assignor.) 

Chemical  Foundation,  Inc.,  The.  (See  Martens,  Fried- 
rich,  assignor.) 

Chemical  Foundation,  Inc.,  The.  (See  Minck,  Paul  H., 
assignor.) 

Chemical  Foundation,  Inc.,  The.  (See  Miiller,  Philipp, 
assignor.) 

Chemical  Foundation,  Inc.,  The.  (See  Miinder,  Wilhelm, 
assignor.) 

Chemical  Foundation,  Inc.,  The.  (See  Oehme,  Hermann, 
assignor.) 

Chemical  Foundation,  Inc.  (See  Riedel,  Friedrich,  as- 
signor.) 

Chemical  Foundation,  Inc.,  The.  (See  Rohm,  Otto,  as- 
signor.) 

Chemical  Foundation,  Inc.,  The.  (See  Romer,  A.,  and 
Blaugey,  assignors.) 

Chemical  Foundation,  Inc.,  The.  (See  Schroder,  Edmund, 
assignor.) 

Chemical  Foundation,  Inc.,  The.  (See  Stuer,  B.  C,  and 
Grob,  assignors.) 

Chemical  Foundation,  Inc.,  The.  (See  Turk,  Gustav, 
assignor.) 

Chemical  Foundation  Inc.,  The.  (See  Ullrich,  Georg,  as- 
signor. ) 

Chemical  Foundation.  Inc.     (See  Wolff,  Albert,  assignor.) 

Chemical  Fuel  Company  of  America,  Inc.  (See  Stevens, 
Eldridge  W.,  assignor.) 

Chemical  Machinery  Corporation.  (See  Field,  Crosby,  as- 
signor.) 

Chemical  Research  Syndicate  Ltd.,  trustees.  (See  Itamage, 
Alexander  S.,  assignor. ) 

Chemical  Works,  formerly  Sandoz.  (See  Stoll,  Arthur, 
assignor.) 

Chemidlin,  John  B.,  Plainfield,  N.  J.  Electric  contact. 
No.   1,415,795  ;  May  9. 

Chemische  Fabrik  auf  Actien  (vormals  E.  Sobering). 
(See  Weidel,  Arno,  assignor.) 

Chemische,  Fabrik  Griesheim  -  Eleklron.  (See  Cramer, 
Carl,  assignor.) 

Chemische  Fabrik  Griesheim-Elektron.  (See  Laska.  A.  L., 
and   Prillwitz,  assignors.) 

Chemische  Fabrik  Griesheim-Elektron.  (See  Specketer, 
Hi  inrich,    assignor.) 

Chemische  Fabrik  Weissenstein  Gesellschaft  m.  b.  H. 
(See  Baum,  Gustav,  assignor.) 

Chenard,  Bert  E.,  et  al.     (See  Marion,  Frank,  assignor.) 

Chenard,  Emile  A.  R.,  deceased,  Cognac,  Charente,  France  ; 
J.  Chenard,  nicknamed  Armand,  executor.  Fractional- 
distilling  apparatus.     No.  1,407,380  ;   Feb.  21. 

Chenard,  Jean,  nicknamed  Armand,  executor.  (See  Che- 
nard, Emile  A.  R.) 

Chenel,  Albert,  New  Bedford,  Mass.  Window-rod  fastener. 
No.    1,410,459;    Mar.    21. 

Cheney,  Anson  W.,  Seattle,  Wash.  Safety  cabinet  for 
gas  plates  and  ranges.     No.  1.405.489  ;  Feb.  7. 

Cheney   Brothers.      (See  Ruddell,   Richard,   assignor.) 

Cheney,  Charles  C,  Charlestown,  Mass.  Automatic  con- 
trol for  compressed  -  air  -  actuated  machines.  No. 
1,429,325  ;   Sept.   19. 

Cheney,  Forest,  assignor  to  Cheney  Talking  Machine  Com- 
pany, Chicago,  111.     Sound  box.     No.  1,402,052  ;  Jan.  3. 

Cheney,  Forest,  assignor  to  Cheney  Talking  Machine  Com- 
pany, Chicago,  111.  Sound-reproducing  machine.  No. 
1,407,781  ;  Feb.  28. 

Cheney,  Forest,  assignor  to  Cheney  Talking  Machine  Com- 
pany, Chicago,  111.  Control  means  for  sound-reproduc- 
ing machines.     No.  1,415,525  ;  May  9. 

Cheney,  Forest,  assignor  to  Cheney  Talking  Machine  Com- 
pany, Chicago,  III.     Soundbox.     No.  1,417,499  ;  May  30. 


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INDEX    OF    PATENTS    ISSUED    FROM    THE 
Alphabetical  list  of  patentees — Continued. 


Cheney,  Forest,  assignor  to  Cheney  Talking  Machine  Com- 
pany, Chicago.  111.  Motor  for  talking  machines.  No. 
1,421,404  ;  July  4. 

Cheney,  Forest,  assignor  to  Cheney  Talking  Machine 
Company,  Chicago,  111.  Automatic  stop  for  talking 
machines.     No.  1,435,697  ;  Nov.  14. 

Cheney,  Harry  F.     (See  Cheney,  John  W.  and  H.  F.) 
Cheney,  Herbert  W.,  assignor  to  Allls-Chalmers  Manufac- 
turing    Company,     Milwaukee,     Wis.       Dashpot.       No. 
1,420,460  ;   Aug.   22. 

Cheney,  John  W.,  Pasadena,  and  H.  F.  Cheney,  Los 
Angeles,  Calif.  Gathering  and  preserving  fruit  juices. 
No.  1,403,072  ;  Jan.  10. 

Cheney,  Moses  E.  (See  Blodgett,  Hurley,  and  Cheney.) 
(Reissue.) 

Cheney  Talking  Machine  Company.  (See  Cheney,  Forest, 
assignor.) 

Cheney  Talking  Machine  Company.  (See  Scotford,  Louis 
K.,  assignor.) 

Cheney,  William  G.,  Marlboro,  Mass.,  assignor  to  United 
Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Device 
for  laying  and  indenting  rubber  foxing.  No.  1,413,707  ; 
Apr.    25. 

Cheney,  William  G..  Marlboro,  Mass.,  assignor  to  United 
Shoe  Machinery  Corporation,  Paterson,  N.  J.  Machine 
for  working  uppers  over  lasts.     No.  1,432.532  ;  Oct.  17. 

Cheney,  William  G.,  Marlboro,  Mass.,  assignor,  by  mesne 
assignments,  to  United  Shoe  Machinery  Corporation, 
Paterson,  N.  J.     Making  shoes.     No.  1,432,533  ;  Oct.  17. 

Chennour,  John   S.      (See  Schultz,  John   M.,  assignor.) 

Chenoweth,  William  P..,  assignor  to  National  Atmospheric 
Power  &  Light  Company,  a  Trust  Estate,  Dallas,  Tex. 
Wind  motor.     No.  1,408,988;  Mar.  7. 

Chernikeeff,  Basil,  London,  England.  Ship's  log.  No. 
1.421.405;   July  4. 

Chernock,  Isidore.      (See  Prebluda,  Barney,  assignor.) 

Chernock.  Isidore.  Boston,  Mass.  Display  device.  No. 
1.434,479  ;    Nov.    7. 

Chernovetz.  Frank  P.,  Bridgeport,  Conn.  Padlock.  No. 
1,411,682  ;  Apr.  4. 

Chcrrv.  Isaac  W.,  Pensacola,  Fla.  Window  screen.  No. 
1,422,539  ;  July  11. 

Cherry,  Lester  A.,  Kenmore,  N.  Y.  Regulator  for  vapor- 
heating  systems.     No.  1,423,492  ;  July  18. 

Chertok,  Joseph,  New  York,  N.  Y.,  assignor  to  Chertok 
Safety  Appliance  Company.  Guard  for  sewing-machine 
needles.     No.  1,419,718  ;  June  13. 

Chertok  Safety  Appliance  Company.  (See  Chertok,  Joseph, 
assignor.) 

Cheshire  Company.      (See  Cheshire.   Milton  F.,  assignor.) 

Cheshire,  Milton  F.,  Chicago,  111.,  assignor  to  T.  A. 
Cheshire,  Des  Moines,  Iowa.  Addressing  machine. 
No.  1,420,814  ;  June  27. 

Cheshire,  Milton  F.,  assignor  to  Cheshire  Company,  Incor- 
porated, Chicago,  111.  Attachment  for  addressing  ma- 
chines.    No.  1,436,013  ;  Nov.   21. 

Cheshire,  Thomas  A.    (See  Cheshire,  Milton  F.,  assignor.) 

Chesnutt,  John  L.,  Long  Beach,  Calif.  String-proof 
roller-bearing  wheel.     No.  1,432,966;  Oct.   24. 

Chesnutt,  Owen  L.,  Atlanta,  Ga.  Adjustahle  headlight. 
No.   1,410,370;  Mar.  21. 

Chesnutt,  Owen  L.,  Atlanta,  Ga.  Tape  or  web  printing 
machine.     No.  1,422,666;  July  11. 

Chesnut,  Victor  IC.      (See  Power,  F.  B.,  and  Chesnut.) 

Chester,  Ashmead  B.,  Jacksonville,  111.  Drill.  No. 
1.433,498  ;  Oct.   24. 

Chester,  Frank  R.,  Ashury  Park,  N.  J.  Amusement  appa- 
ratus.    No.  1,405,282  ;  Jan.  31. 

Chester,  Frank  R.,  Asbury  Park,  N.  J.  Amusement  appa- 
ratus.    No.   1,410,371  ;   Mar.   21. 

Chester  Machine  Co.  (See  Augustine,  Addison  E.,  as- 
signor.). 

Chestnut,  Donald  L.,  Seattle,  Wash.  Device  for  restoring 
trolley  wheels  to  trolley  wires.     No.  1,414.548  ;  May  2. 

Cheston,  Arthur  S.,  Birmingham,  England.  Vehicle  top. 
No.    1,414,178;    Apr.    25. 

Chetham,  Edward,  London,  England.  Grease  shield  for 
hats   and  like  headwear.     No.   1,434,201;   Oct.   31. 

Chevalier,  John  F.     (See  Griswold.  Albert  A.,  assignor.) 

Chevrier,  Louis,  Paris,  France.  Surgical  footwear.  No. 
1,402.282;  Jan.  3. 

Chew,  Lenig,  and  W.  F.  Jennings.  London,  England. 
Compression  pump.     No.  1,428,473  ;  Sept.  5. 

Chew,  Manley.  Midland.  Ontario,  Canada.  Fiber  board. 
No.   1,423,081  ;   July   18. 

Clew,  Manlev.  Midland,  Ontario,  Canada.  Apparatus  for 
producing  fiber  board.     No.  1,423,082  ;  July  18. 

Chew.  Manley,  Midland.  Ontario,  Canada.  Producing  fiber 
board.     No.  1,423,083:  July  18. 

Chiarelli,  Frank,  et  al.     (See  Rhoades,  Thomas,  assignor.) 

Chicago  Automatic  Conveyor  Co.  (See  Shaw,  Arthur  L., 
assignor.) 

Chicago  Cabinet  Lock  Co.  (See  Mantanfel.  August,  as- 
signor.) 

Chicago  Car  Seal  Company.  (See  Rogers,  Harry  R.,  as- 
signor.) 

Chicago  Carton  Company.      (See  Chapin,  Marvin  E.) 

Chicago  Carton  Company.      (See  Walker,  Paul,  assignor.) 

Chicago  Case  Manufacturing  Company.  (See  Thomas. 
Adelbert   A.,   assignor.) 

Chicago-Cleveland  Car  Roofing  Company.  (See  Bern- 
baum,  John   W.,  assignor.) 

Chicago-Cleveland  Car  Roofing  Co.  (See  Hamilton.  Karl 
M.,   assignor.) 


Chicago-Cleveland  Car  Roofing  Company.  (See  McMullen, 
John,  assignor.) 

Chicago-Cleveland  Car  Roofing  Company.  (See  Russell, 
Thomas   N.,   assignor.) 

Chicago-Cleveland  Car  Roofing  Company.  (See  Tessey-